Stolen Goods


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It hasn't exactly been the best few days for St. Louis-associated bands on tour. First, our blog colleagues at Seattle alt-weekly the Stranger tipped us that local indie-spazz heroes So Many Dynamos had their gear ganked in Seattle. According to the posting by staffer Megan Seling, anyone who "has any information about any of these items, contact Alicia at," the Paradox being the venue where the band played last Thursday. So Many Dynamos can also be contacted via MySpace.

Then, a few hours ago, synth-happy danceniks Men, Women and Children -- featuring St. Louisian Nick Conceller on keyboards -- sent out the following MySpace missive:

hello. to anyone that lives in or around detroit, we just had our van and trailer stolen. Pretty much our whole entire lives were in there. PLEASE SEND ANY INFORMATION TO if anyone sees a WHITE VAN with new york PLATES and a RED trailer, call the cops.... 2005 WHITE FORD ECONOLINE PLATES 5HY2994 RED 2006 Danzer Trailer D712TA35 if you are at any pawn shops and see our stuff it includes: red rickenbacker bass 70s off white fender jazz bass moog voyager sunburst fender telecaster gibson sunburst les paul roland 300 keyboard amp bogner shiva combo amp orange ad 30 amp ampeg svt vr ampeg svt 8x10 av sequential circuits 6 trak LUDWIG DRUM kit from the 70s sparklely silver finish. 4 piece kit. zildjian- hi hat, 2 crash cymbals, ride, older looking cymbals. ultimate ears in ears marked david sullivan kaplan rack with in ears wireless pack ALL OF OUR ROAD CASES ARE MAROON and marked with MWC on the outside there is more// lights//merch// suitcases ect, but we just need to get the word out. thanks in advance. mwc

Our thoughts are with both bands. -Annie Zaleski

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