This Week In St. Louis: May 21 - 27, 2018


Dubb Nubb 10-Year Anniversary Fest:
-Early Worm
-Sleepy Todd
-Le Ponds
-Curt Oren
-Dj Hood Bunny

How many bands live to see their fifth anniversary, much less the tenth? Dubb Nubb is made up of two sisters and is folk in a class of its own. See what's become a St. Louis mainstay surrounded by a non-stop night of musical friends and family. 

@ Kerr Foundation
9pm | $5-$10
-Cloning (Pittsburgh, PA)
-Kevin Harris
-Chizmo TV
-Blank Thomas

If this show seems like it came out of nowhere, that's because it basically did. Announced only last week, this flyby mini noise fest brings the legendary Cloning alongside three of St. Louis' foremost audio-visual artists. Expect a warped perception of reality as otherworldly waves invade your eyes and ears. 


@ CBGB | 9pm
-Cement Shoes (Richmond, VA)
-Newt Patrol
-Body Leash

Cement Shoes is a brutal name for a brutal band. This hardcore leaves little to the imagination as it races through a razor sharp set of songs that burn out fast before wearing out their welcome. Newt Patrol recently returned after a lengthy hiatus and Q returns to its native habit in the close, claustrophobic confines of CBGB.


@ Off Broadway | 8pm | $10-$20
New Music Circle presents:
-Joshua Abrams
-Hamid Drake

All three artists featured on this night have played St. Louis in some shape or form in the last few years, but never like this. This is a laser-focused trio made up of individuals who have, in one way or another, helped shape the contemporary music underground. Come see some of the building blocks of modern experimental music construct a distinct set of sound in real-time. 

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