What's Going on Around St. Louis Blogs: Monday, September 24



*In high school marching band, we played songs by Chicago, Kansas, Styx and from various Disney movies. This troupe, however, is busting out Nine Inch Nails. That's some nerd-cred. (Yourstandardlife)

*Mike Appelstein went to the Mitch Easter show Saturday night and did a little review. (Yes, Don Dixon -- who co-produced early R.E.M. stuff with Mitch -- was there; no, I didn't geek out (outwardly). Yes, Mitch was amazing on guitar -- and even re-learned a Let's Active song just for me, which makes him an awesome person too. I nearly shed a tear.)

*Photos from Common's show last Wednesday at the Pageant (I Shoot Shows, via Music Sucks)

*Bill Streeter spies on the treasure-hunters at the six-times-a-year record show at the Czech Educational Arts Center. (lofistl.com)

*Another Monday mix. (Dividing By Zero)

*Oldie but goodie: The Human League's Travelogue, revisited and reviewed. (Patrick's Music, via Highway 61 Revised)

-- Annie Zaleski

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