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The Schlafly Tap Room
2100 Locust St. (at 21st) St. Louis, MO 63103 314-241-BEER x1

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THE POTOMAC ACCORD formed in 2000 as a 3-piece to explore introspective and subtler spaces through dynamics. Two official albums released, Silver Line On a Black Sea (out of print) and In One-Hundred Years the Prize Will Be Forgotten (available), a live release from Hinah Records in France, and also included on various compilations and soundtracks. Toured both coasts and countless weekend excursions in between. A rotating cast of players at bass, guitar and violin have kept the sound changing while Andy & Jerry have remained steady players. Back after a 4.5 year hiatus, they are as dynamic as ever.

HUMDRUM Humdrum hasn’t skipped a beat since guitarist Gareth Schumacher left the mercurial Midwest weather for the sun-glazed coasts of California. It has been recording an album with Steve Albini and mixing it with Jay Pellicci at San Francisco’s Tiny Telephone studios. Aside from polishing that, its third LP, the band is still an active live presence in St. Louis. Its second album, The Arrangement, is as loopy as a space cadet. The band can bounce from cloying piano parts and guitar riffs (“Reproduce”) akin to the Hush Sound to sincere (“Hello Hello Hello”) in two tracks’ time. Dan Meehan’s voice has the thin echo of a penny dropped on marble. Its tinlike sound is sharp, pleasant and achingly sweet. Bill Streeter’s Lo-Fi Saint Louis series recently recorded a video for “I’ll Find You.” Stripped of galactic noises, the band becomes tender and all the more terrestrial. —Blair Stiles THE RIVERFRONT TIMES

ESTEVAN was started back in late 2010 as a side project between members of the bands: Chapters and The lonely hall of fame.  The band recently released its first recording, a 5 song EP titled “Gloria”


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