So Many Dynamos, which recently lost guitarist Griffin Kay to a move to Boulder, will be tuning its new look a bit with a series of shows at Foam Coffee & Beer. The band is selective about St. Louis shows, so this is a rare opportunity to spend some quality time with one of our city's lynchpin bands. One of the many ways the group earns that status is by working with groups outside the confines of its own sound and/or scene, and this residency's opening acts offer a taste of that diversity: Black Spade, Syna So Pro, Volcanoes and M.S.I.F.
The residency is being presented by the St. Louis Secret Sound Society. Doors will open at 8 p.m. each night and there is a suggested $5 donation at the door. The full schedule, which you can also find on that fancy poster below, is:
October 27th - with Black Spade
November 3rd - with Syna So Pro
November 10th - with Volcanoes
November 17th - with M.S.I.F