Wrong Division Playlist: Dec. 6, 2018

Wrong Division airs live every Thursday night from 11pm to 1am on 88.1 FM KDHX. Stream the show at KDHX.ORG and check out past playlists on Spinitron.

Monobody “Raytracing” from Raytracing
18andCounting &TheOnlyEnsemble “Rings To Your Saturn” from Animal Skins
M. Crook + Oxherding “Soft Moon” from Soft Moon
Alex Cunningham “Accepting Your Countless Failures” from Fiddle
The Dreebs “My Killer” from Forest of a Crew
Parlor Walls “Low Vulture” from Exo
Wume “Ravel” from Towards the Shadow
Guerilla Toss “Meteorological” from Twisted Crystal
Golden Oriole “The Trilithon” from Golden Oriole
Arrington De Dionyso “Mani Malaikat” from Malaikat Dan Singa
Behavior “Topanga Keepsake” from Bitter Bitter
Lithics “Thing In Your Eye” from Borrowed Floors
Die Monitr Batss “White Shock” from Girls of War
Weakwick “Bat the Knife” from Whistle Along
Brise-Glace “Host of Latecomers” from when in Vanitas...
Arab On Radar “Attack on Tijiuana” from Queen Hygiene II 
Cellular Chaos “Gaslight” from Dirty Girl
The Flying Luttenbachers “kkringg Number One” from Systems Emerge from Complete Disorder
Ahleuchatistas “Unfolding” from What You Will
Clean Girls “The Blade” from Clean Girls // Jail Solidarity Split
Jail Solidarity “Chlorine” from Clean Girls // Jail Solidarity Split
Cacaw “Conquering The Green Dragon” from Bat Skin Robes
Toupee “Gramma In the Slamma” from Leg Toucher
Melkbelly “Doomspringa” from Pennsylvania 
Gold Dime “easy” from Nerves
Fond Han “Spine” from Wronked
Goat “New Games” from New Games

This Week In St. Louis: Dec. 3 - 9, 2018

TUE. DEC. 4


@ Kerr Foundation | 9pm | $5-$10
-Cube (Oakland, CA)
-Ra Child
-Ethiks' Mind
-Shux

With the bitter cold moving in, it can be hard to find the motivation to venture outside your house, but a show like this is a can't-miss event with the diverse mix of rap, punk and electronic -- even if the acts very loosely fit those terms. The multi-tiered Kerr Foundation is just as much part of the show as the wide range of performing artists. 

THU. DEC. 6


@ Foam | 9pm | $8 | all ages
-Stove (NY)
-Maneka (NY)
-Glued
-Complainer

Stove's melodic rock has all the heavy lifting of a grunge outfit with shimmery, melodic riffs that put the band's grand gestures into context. Propulsive drumming drives a thick mesh of guitars that seamlessly bleed into one another, making for a set of songs that can feel both compact and massive. Maneka walks a tight-rope of indie and experimental rock, using familiar tools to craft an otherwise alien sound. 

SAT. DEC. 8


@ El Lenador | 7:30pm | $5-$7
-Monobody (Chicago, IL)
-Holy Posers
-Lobby Boxer
-Jr. Clooney

Monobody seems to subvert itself on a constant basis, using sharp staccato breaks between bouts of polyrhythmic madness to build a sense of density. The musicianship is top notch here, even coming off as relentless in the band's more intense sections. Monobody's injection of jazz into post-rock is an approach shared by St. Louis' own Jr. Clooney, who rounds out the show alongside Holy Posers and the brain-bending Lobby Boxer. 

These are just some highlights. See the side bar for more!