Since middle school, Brandon Asraf and John Tacon knew they were going to make music together. Thanks to their notoriously high-energy live shows and trippy music videos, they have recently become a favorite among EDM lovers.
Tef Poe, a St. Louis local, has spent the past few years releasing a steady stream of mixtapes, made his way to the pages of XXL and earned recurring appearances on BET’s 106th and Park. Fans can count on Tef Poe to stay true to his St. Louis roots and represent the city he calls home.
Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros have an incredible natural ability to make even the biggest shows feel intimate. Their performances are a unique celebration of love and life, winning over audiences everywhere.
Ra Ra Riot spent more than half a decade making some fantastic dreamy indie pop. The band is taking a bold step away from their familiar genre with this year’s album, Beta Love.
Hailing from Nashville, the four-piece MODOC is establishing a future for themselves in Music City and beyond with undeniably cool rock and roll anthems.
What do you do after you’ve spent two decades as part of one of the most outspoken, critically acclaimed, and commercially successful groups in country music?
Despite his chillwave beginnings on 2010’s Causers of This, Chazwick Bundick (better known as Toro Y Moi) is anything but mellow these days.
The Mowgli’s (yes, they’re aware of the misplaced apostrophe in their name) are the Golden State’s newest exports, and they’re ready to take you on a musical journey up U.S. 1 while spreading peace, love and understanding along the way.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Swedish Invasion is upon us. Before Icona Pop turns Forest Park into a giant discotheque, listen to a track off their upcoming album in today’s Artist Spotlight.
He’s a little bit reggae… She’s a little bit rock ‘n’ roll… One of the most buzzworthy bands in the country, Wild Belle is definitely going to be a highlight of this year’s LouFest.