Lost in the Trees
October 11, 2012
Blueberry Hill – The Duck Room
St. Louis, MO
Lost in the Trees experience with St. Louis didn’t start off too well. They came in town early to make a visit to the City Museum, one of St Louis’ hidden gems. While enjoying the adult playground their van was broken into, and all their laptops, ipads, etc. were stolen. Fortunately, their instruments survived this rude welcome to our great city and they went on to perform one heck of a show.
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So many good albums are released over the course of a calendar year that we don’t even pretend to be thorough in our coverage of current music. Its even harder for someone like me to absorb the amount of music I would like to, whereas Wes and Todd are human encyclopedias of all things past, present and future music. Wes in particular is usually able to listen to an album once and form an opinion I usually agree with, but would take me upwards of five or six listens to form.
Due to my mongoloid nature of absorbing new music, it often takes me weeks, or even months to decide that I like an album, sometimes putting it on the shelf for quite some time after a first listen, only to give it one more shot and come around on it. Due to my deficiency, I would like to bring to you a song from five albums that I’m pretty sure we won’t be able to review in whole, as a sign of respect that they are more than worthy of review. Some have been released this week, some are weeks old, and some months, but all these artists are worthy of note. Let these five tracks be your Friday Sizzurp.
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