The Luminary Center for the Arts' Elevator Music Series is kicking into gear again -- and, at least so far in 2010, it's kicking ass. As we reported a while ago, Califone will be performing the score to the movie All My Friends are Funeral Singers, which was directed by its frontman, Tim Rutili. And now comes word that hushed indie-electro act The Album Leaf and well-mannered rockers Sea Wolf have booked a show there on Saturday, April 24. Tickets are $12 in advance, and $14 day of show. I'd buy these in advance; Sea Wolf packed the Billiken Club in the fall, and the Album Leaf hasn't been through St. Louis in a very long time. (If ever?) Here's a new song from the latter's new album, A Chorus of Storytellers.
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