What’s Going On: 3/7-3/14
Wednesday March 7, 2012
Owning the stage with banjos and acoustic guitars, Elliot Brood, the Canadian trio is gracing the Old Rock House with its presence. Their new album, Days Into Years, is a lively combination of their trademark mandolin harmonies with piano and an electric guitar (for the first time). Check these Toronto natives out!
Raekwon at Wash U
Come out to Wash U tonight to see former member of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan, Raekwon The Chef, and take a break from the stressful work week (and from studying!) Free admission for Wash U students with ID and $15 for everyone else at the door!
Don’t miss out on a kick ass night of hip hop.
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Inspired by Justice, Daft Punk, and LCD Soundsystem, The Pass will be sure to provide an 80s synth pop vibe at Cicero’s. They will be performing with Nee, it!, and Bear Hive, so swing by Thursday night for a pizza, beer, and night of upbeat electro music to kick off the (almost) weekend!
8:30 p.m., $8
Take a listen!
GOOD Ideas for Cities at the Contemporary Art Museum
This event taps creative problem-solvers to tackle a challenge. Seven teams were chosen last year to represent St. Louis, and were given a challenge by local urban leaders. At this event, the teams will present their solutions to the challenge. Stick around for a Q&A and drinks afterwards to discuss how these ideas will become real for St. Louis!
Contemporary Art Museum, 7 pm, FREE!
Friday, March 9, 2012
Howler w/ Scattered Trees
For all you folks who couldn’t afford a Radiohead ticket and for all you 80’s punk fans out there, this show at the Old Rock House will not disappoint. Jordan Gatesmith, the lead guitarist, describes the band as “an 80’s punk band cleaned up just enough so you could stick a corsage on it and take it to prom.” Who else is sold?
Doors are at 6 pm, Show’s at 7 pm, $8
TRIVIA NIGHT at the Luminary! (And free beer!)
Come out to trivia night at the Luminary Center for the Arts, where all proceeds will help fund the Luminary’s move to Cherokee Street.
Doors at 6 pm, Trivia at 7 pm, $20 per person or $160 for a table of 8!
ART show– Cbabi Bayoc – Birds And Words
Cbabi, an artist whose work reflects his love of music and family, will be displaying his artistic talent at the Aisle 1 Gallery (hint: it will not disappoint fans of BIRDS and WORDS.) Come to Cherokee Street Friday to check it out!
Event goes from 7-11 pm.
RADIOHEAD at Scottrade!
For all you Radiohead fans who have tickets, enjoy the show! Their first tour in four years will surely be a memorable one. For all you fans who don’t have tickets, head on over to one of the other three events tonight and maybe you’ll have an equally awesome time.
Radiohead starts at 7:30 pm and doors at 6 pm, so don’t be late!
Saturday, March 10, 2012
London Calling- The Gramophone
Looking for a night to let loose and dance?! Well, what’s better than an electronic dance party that happens every second and fourth Saturday of the month? Make your way to the Gramophone this Saturday for a chance to blow off some steam and end the week the right way.
The Gramophone, 10:30pm, $4 till 11/ $6 after 11 ($3 18+ surcharge)
Middle Class Fashion w/ Via Dove and the Ladybirds
What’s better than good food, good music, and good beer? Not much! So head over to Cicero’s on Saturday for an indie rock evening.
Check out the review from our February issue: http://issuu.com/elevenmagazinestl/docs/eleven_8_3/13
Humdrum, Zoo Animal (MN), The Half Hearts (MN) and Volcanoes at PLUSH
Looking for a show of eclectic music AND a way to end the week off right?! Go to PLUSH on Saturday to see two local bands and two MN acts that rock.
Doors at 8:30, $5/ person!
FarFetched presents:20,000 Years From Tomorrow release/listening party at Aisle 1 Gallery!
Producer and artist, LooseScrewz debuts his first solo instrumental album, 20,000 Years from Tomorrow, at Aisle 1 Gallery. Come hang out on Cherokee Street, sit back, relax, and enjoy the music. The album is now available for download!
Party goes from 9 pm- 1 am, FREE (with a suggested donation of $10).
Sunday, March 11, 2012
Empires and Saint Motel
Hailing from Chicago, Empires makes their way to St. Louis. A bit of alternative rock is always a good way to start the week. Come on out to the Gramophone on Sunday for a chance to see these four cool dudes rock out.
The Gramophone, $10 for 21+, $12 for 18+, doors at 5 pm, show starts at 5:30/
Monday, March 12, 2012
Grace Weber and Lilly Papas
The Milwaukee native, Grace Weber, is making a name for herself in the indie soul genre with delightful vocals. Her latest album, Hope & Heart was produced by a Grammy winning producer, so get out to Off Broadway on Monday to enjoy a mellow night.
Show’s at 8 pm, $8 for 21+, $11 for under 21.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Two Cow Garage
Columbus, OH rockers show us what they’re made of at Off Broadway on Tuesday. If you can dig a little bit of alternative mixed with country, then this is the show for you.
Off Broadway, 9 pm, $8 for 21+ folks, $11 for minors!
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Galactica and Stone Sugar Shakedown (Galactic after-party)
After you all get your funk on at the Pageant to see Galactic, head to the Gramophone for a mid-week opportunity to see a great funk, rock, and jam band Stone Sugar Shakedown. I’m sold! Are you?
Galactic at 8 pm, Stone Sugar Shakedown at 10:30 pm.
Bring your stub from Galactic and get into The Gramophone for FREE! Party on.
Civil Ape @ CAM
Taking place from March 5-April 5, you can go to the Contemporary Art Museum gift shop to find items from the Civil Ape (a St. Louis collaboration of artists and designers) collective– such as photography, apparel designs, art prints and tees, and more!
Now get out there St. Louis!
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