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Frozen Food Section

Saturday, December 31; Blueberry Hill's Duck Room (6504 Delmar Boulevard, University City)


It's twelve a.m. on a Monday night. All of your favorite delivery places are closed and you just cannot stomach another drive through Del Taco. Where do you turn? The frozen food section. Open 24 hours at your local grocery store, its eclectic selections can satisfy anyone's midnight craving — from the mixed-veggies-seeking Wash U. field hockey player to the four-meat-Tombstone-starved DJ. Lo and behold, St. Louis label Frozen Food Section is the musical incarnation of the grocery aisle: all-hours, diverse and oh-so-satisfying. Always socially conscious, their artists cannot be placed into a single cache, with unexpected undertones of everything from ambient to techno to country. So poke a fork through the plastic seal, heat it up and enjoy.

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