[EARLY EVENT] Impossible Trivia w/ Googolplexia!
Mar
25
7:00 PM19:00

[EARLY EVENT] Impossible Trivia w/ Googolplexia!

Howdy Friends, Nerds, Dorks, Know-It-Alls, and Poindexters! Quick, what's the capital of Burkina Faso? Who's the only pitcher with a perfect game in the World Series? How many Best Director Oscars does Steven Spielberg have? What heaviest stable halogen has atomic number 53? Who wrote MOBY-DICK? And, in what year did Eli Whitney invent the cotton gin?*

If you knew the answer to any of these IMPOSSIBLE questions, and/or you're looking for a fewscore others, MONDAYS** at Foam (FOAM!) are the place to be, beginning FEBRUARY 11th! Bring some pals and join in the fun!

--Free to play
--7:00PM~9:00PM
--Teams of ONE to a maximum of SIX allowed
--Three games of 15 questions each (3 themed rounds of 5 questions each per game)***
--Prizes (mostly of the variety that you may IMBIBE!) for individual game scores, and overall nightly winners
--Other surprises and fun as are deemed fitting, appropriate, or accidentally arrived-upon!
--All composed and hosted (i.e. reigned-over tyrannically!) by me, your friendly neighborhood GOOGZ! (Pancake Productions / Googolplexia)****


*ANSWERS: Ouagadougou; Don Larsen; Two (for SCHINDLER'S LIST and SAVING PRIVATE RYAN); Iodine; Herman Melville; and 1793.

**Unless there's a concert or other event scheduled at Foam.

***You may, but probably don't, remember this format as that used by my once-upon-a-time late-night IMPOSSIBLE MUSIC TRIVIA at South City's best pizza-punk bar named for a misspelled citrus fruit, which took place during most of 2012.

****Don't worry, I won't play any pesky Googolplexia music...PROBABLY.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1315378465268137

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Harmony Woods w/ Frankie Valet, Camp Counselor, 3 of 5
Mar
27
8:30 PM20:30

Harmony Woods w/ Frankie Valet, Camp Counselor, 3 of 5

Harmony Woods: pretty, sad, and uncompromising
https://harmonywoods.bandcamp.com

Frankie Valet: have you heard their newer stuff? god damn it if its not some of the best indie rock I've ever heard...
https://frankievalet.bandcamp.com

Camp Counselor: that one friend that has a crush on everyone and cries a lot
http://actualcampcounselor.bandcamp.com

3 of 5: introverted nerd bedroom pop from our lovable dork Andy Garces
https://3of5.bandcamp.com

8:30PM//ALL AGES//$5//**respect the space + each other**

https://www.facebook.com/events/295944724416954/

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A Light Among Many w/ MotherFather, Ox Braker
Mar
29
8:30 PM20:30

A Light Among Many w/ MotherFather, Ox Braker

A Light Among Many (Lyons, CO)
https://aloopamongmany.bandcamp.com/
Doom/drone metal, ambient/experimental

MotherFather (STL)
https://motherfatherstl.bandcamp.com/releases
MotherFather is an instrumental post-rock band from St. Louis, MO.

Ox Braker (STL)
https://oxbraker.bandcamp.com/
Fuzz Rock

830pm - doors
9pm - show
$7
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/398287047384939/

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Moodie Black w/ Teacup Dragun, Wamhoda
Mar
30
9:00 PM21:00

Moodie Black w/ Teacup Dragun, Wamhoda

MOODIE BLACK - MN - returning after totally destroying their set at Pu Fest V, Moodie Black bangs out dissonant, disjointed and blown out hip hop with live visuals and guitar.
https://moodieblackdeath.bandcamp.com/

Teacup Dragun - st louis - dark emo vibes and candle lit confessions.
https://soundcloud.com/teacupdragun

Wamhoda - st louis - perpetually slithering from the cosmos. barely-there rhythms and tones through hazy, psychedelic unknown.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGl70MBfBDk

$7
9pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/345929452662181/

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[EARLY EVENT] Impossible Trivia w/ Googolplexia!
Apr
1
7:00 PM19:00

[EARLY EVENT] Impossible Trivia w/ Googolplexia!

Howdy Friends, Nerds, Dorks, Know-It-Alls, and Poindexters! Quick, what's the capital of Burkina Faso? Who's the only pitcher with a perfect game in the World Series? How many Best Director Oscars does Steven Spielberg have? What heaviest stable halogen has atomic number 53? Who wrote MOBY-DICK? And, in what year did Eli Whitney invent the cotton gin?*

If you knew the answer to any of these IMPOSSIBLE questions, and/or you're looking for a fewscore others, MONDAYS** at Foam (FOAM!) are the place to be, beginning FEBRUARY 11th! Bring some pals and join in the fun!

--Free to play
--7:00PM~9:00PM
--Teams of ONE to a maximum of SIX allowed
--Three games of 15 questions each (3 themed rounds of 5 questions each per game)***
--Prizes (mostly of the variety that you may IMBIBE!) for individual game scores, and overall nightly winners
--Other surprises and fun as are deemed fitting, appropriate, or accidentally arrived-upon!
--All composed and hosted (i.e. reigned-over tyrannically!) by me, your friendly neighborhood GOOGZ! (Pancake Productions / Googolplexia)****


*ANSWERS: Ouagadougou; Don Larsen; Two (for SCHINDLER'S LIST and SAVING PRIVATE RYAN); Iodine; Herman Melville; and 1793.

**Unless there's a concert or other event scheduled at Foam.

***You may, but probably don't, remember this format as that used by my once-upon-a-time late-night IMPOSSIBLE MUSIC TRIVIA at South City's best pizza-punk bar named for a misspelled citrus fruit, which took place during most of 2012.

****Don't worry, I won't play any pesky Googolplexia music...PROBABLY.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1315378465268137

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[LATE SHOW] Jeff Carey w/ Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson, NNN Cook
Apr
1
to Apr 2

[LATE SHOW] Jeff Carey w/ Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson, NNN Cook

Jeff Carey
Jeff Carey is an interdisciplinary artist creating radical computer music. He performs electro-instrumental synthetic noise with custom software controlled by a joystick and gamer keypad. His instrument also controls an array of strobe lights making shows totally immersive and visceral. "He's acting on raw instinct here - he refuses the clinical approach to programming software or composing music, and strives to throw himself bodily at his machines, replacing all mechanical moving parts with human flesh, blood, and bone. In pursuit of this all-organic goal, virtually everything else is jettisoned, starting with recognizable notes or melody.” Ed Pinsent, Sound Projector on ‘Impulse’ (2010)
jeffcarey.foundation-one.org
https://youtu.be/0cy5fbfGPNA

Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson (Iceland/Belgium)
Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson is a visual, sound and performance artist born in Akureyri, Iceland in 1977. He studied Sonology at the Royal Conservatory Den Haag, Holland in 1997 to 1998, and received MFA at Fachochshcule fur bilende kunst Hannover, Germany in 2004. Sigmarsson exhibits his paintings & drawings internationally but is probably most known for his energetic performances at a wide array of venues. His approach is that of the trembling artist, struggling to make sense and direction out of a creative impulse. Regardless of the medium, there is a continuous search for order and chaos throughout his body of work. With his series of drawings Sigmarsson distorts the normal, daily life by drawing very common objects in an abstract way. For some time he has been releasing solo recordings with albums on Trente Oiseaux, ERS, Helen Scarsdale, Fire Inc., Hanson Records, Bawag Contemporary Vienna, Korm Plastics, Bottrop Boy, Ultra Eczema and De Player.

Sigtryggur lives and works in Ghent, Belgium, where he has been working with Ghent gallery Tatjana Pieters and has taken part in two exhibitions in the gallery space as well as being presented by the gallery at various art fairs. Solo exhibitions of Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson include Galerie Tatjana Pieters, Ghent (BE), Lindenau, Leipzig (DE),Castle Insterburg, Tchernyakhovsk (RU), Museums Quartier (AUS), Kunstschlager, Reykjavik (IS), Der Grieche, Berlin (DE), National Gallery of Iceland, Reykjavik (IS), Rocksbox Fine Art, Portland (USA), Hectoliter, Brussels, Stadslimiet, Antwerpen & Basement Gallery, Vienna (AT). Participation in various group exhibitions amongst others Copenhagen Art Festival, Copenhagen (DK), 21er Kunsthaus, Vienna (AT), The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik (IS), De Vleeshal, Middelburg (NL) & Galerie Tatjana Pieters, Ghent (BE).
http://www.hljodaklettar.com/sigtryggurbergsigmarsson.html
http://www.helenscarsdale.com/siggi/
https://www.discogs.com/artist/10136-Stilluppsteypa


NNN Cook
Multi-disciplinary sound artist, visual artist, and graphic designer, Nathan Cook runs the Close/Far Recordings experimental music label which publishes cassettes, zines, and art prints. Past commissions have been with the Laumeier Sculpture Park for Site/Sound, the World Chess Hall of Fame for a performance of John Cage’s Reunion, the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis for Audible Interruptions, a residency with High Concept Laboratories (Chicago), a performance for the Oscillations series at Experimental Sound Studios (Chicago), a radio presentation for Radius (Chicago), an end of the season showcase performance for the New Music Circle, a visiting artist performance for the MU electronic music department, and a commissioned composition for Alarm Will Sound (NYC) for the opening of the Public Media Commons in 2014. He has been documenting the work of St. Louis sound artists and experimental musicians over the last six years by publishing the Rhizomatic St. Louis compilation. For the past five years Cook has also been running a bi-monthly concert series called Bruxism which focuses on presenting St. Louis sound art, jazz, noise, free improvisation, electronic, ambient, and avant-garde music. The Wire magazine said this of his solo release (Bl)end User: “Regarding the latter [analogue electronics], Nathan Cook is a distinctive voice in this crowded field.”
www.close-far.com
www.nnncook.com

TBA: a fourth artist will also perform at this event. More details soon.

9pm - doors
930pm - show
$5
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/235668084003772/

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Satanic Abortion w/ Roman Master, Terminal Island, Nadir Smith
Apr
2
9:00 PM21:00

Satanic Abortion w/ Roman Master, Terminal Island, Nadir Smith

SATANIC ABORTION - omaha - Occult violence ritual / Primitive void static. Drums & electronics. heavy noise. members of BIB & Effluvium
https://satanicabortionfuckyou.bandcamp.com/

ROMAN MASTER - omaha - black metal / electronics.
https://moonworshipper.bandcamp.com/album/roman-master

TERMINAL ISLAND - st louis - DO YOU EVEN HARSH NOISE?! / CHAINS MADE OF MACHETES ON FIRE
https://trashfuckrecords.bandcamp.com/album/becoming-sick

NADIR SMITH - st louis - ambient, intentional and always fresh. Olan sends you messages from other dimensions.
(ex biggie stardust) / https://vimeo.com/149571024?fbclid=IwAR01kAOK8cH-y_KVsQ_I74nZ0_QmA0j0e4uXkC91290uEv2oO_GPuRlEDS0

$7
9pm
all ages

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Hikes w/ Jr. Clooney, Pono AM, 18andcounting&theonlyensemble, Ryan Wasoba's 19 second songs
Apr
5
8:00 PM20:00

Hikes w/ Jr. Clooney, Pono AM, 18andcounting&theonlyensemble, Ryan Wasoba's 19 second songs

It's the hometown show for the Jr. Clooney/Hikes tour.
Live at Foam on April 5th, 2019.


Hikes (ATX)
Jr. Clooney
Pono Am
18andCounting&The Only Ensemble
Ryan Wasoba's 19 Second Songs.


7-10$ cash or whatever you've got. You won't be turned away for a lack of funds.

https://www.facebook.com/events/248224019445375/

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Buddy Crime w/ Net, Sea Priestess, Trauma Harness
Apr
6
9:00 PM21:00

Buddy Crime w/ Net, Sea Priestess, Trauma Harness

BUDDY CRIME - louisville - psychedelic / prince inspired techno / dance from members of ANWAR SADAT. BRING YOUR BOOTY
https://buddycrime.bandcamp.com/?fbclid=IwAR3v1X28QQupDI9nBhPHq2w7YbGvhR-ACyGf8S8ARRxmkef1Y_A5h5hh1bg

Net - OKC - catchy cyberpunk weirdo goodness
https://netinspace.bandcamp.com/releases?fbclid=IwAR1EKM3N0Vj1ZdiGUaBy16C8l7uag-zWGIsdmTNe-3SKhODxxzuUnbkiHnI

SEA PRIESTESS - st louis - this city's premier bizarro sex fueled undewater dance act.
https://greathairrecords.bandcamp.com/album/last-years-paper-fan-a-night-with-a-clear-moon

TRAUMA HARNESS - st. louis

$7
9pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/2045752775533069

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Young Animals w/ Bernie & the Wolf, Lightrider, Sunsulking
Apr
7
8:00 PM20:00

Young Animals w/ Bernie & the Wolf, Lightrider, Sunsulking

Young Animals
A dad hat-wearing math rock quintet

Bernie & The Wolf (Chicago)
Hot coco and world domination inspired indie alternative dream pop slightly mathy rock goodness.


Lightrider
Lightrider exemplifies sounds of melodic indie-rock interlaced with textures of a post rock influence.

Sunsulking
risen from soil, like plants. we eat flower food.
we won't be too loud, promise

~~~~~~~~~~

FOAM
All Ages
$5 cover
8PM

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Tatsuya Nakatani + Assif Tsahar :: Fuck Lungs :: Cook/McNeil Duo
Apr
8
9:00 PM21:00

Tatsuya Nakatani + Assif Tsahar :: Fuck Lungs :: Cook/McNeil Duo

Tatsuya Nakatani + Assif Tsahar
*Telepathic free jazz explorations from two longtime masters of the genre*

Fuck Lungs
*Warped electro-acoustic punk jazz from Curt Oren and Joe Hess*

NNN Cook + JoAnn McNeil
*Textured electronic sound environments*


9pm - doors

930pm - show


$7-10 suggested, but no one turned away for lack of funds

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Tatsuya Nakatani is a sound artist, composer, and master percussionist originally from Osaka, Japan. Based in the USA since 1994, he lives in Truth or Consequences, NM. Since the late 1990s, Nakatani has released over 80 recordings in the USA and Europe and has toured extensively; performing solo, in collaboration with other artists, and with his large ensemble project, the Nakatani Gong Orchestra. He presents masterclasses, workshops, and lectures across the USA and around the world.

Assif Tsahar is a free jazz saxophonist born in Israel and now based in New York City. He runs Hopscotch Records and has collaborated with too many outer jazz luminaries to count, including Cecil Taylor, William Parker, Rashied Ali, Hamid Drake, Susie Ibarra, Fred Anderson, Gerald Cleaver, Cooper-Moore, and Ken Vandermark.

https://www.facebook.com/events/2348990125336843/

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New Candys (Italy) w/ display-only
Apr
10
8:00 PM20:00

New Candys (Italy) w/ display-only

New Candys (Venice, Italy)
>http://newcandys.com/music
>KEXP Session: https://youtu.be/mHiaVznIIJQ

Hailing from Venice, Italy, New Candys formed in 2008. Described as dark modern rock’n’roll, the band combines noisy, brooding sounds with distinct melodies and has developed a notably dynamic and symbiotic connection between their music and meticulously crafted visual imagery. The band consists of Fernando Nuti, Andrea Volpato, Alessandro Boschiero and Dario Lucchesi.

Released in 2012, their first studio album ”Stars Reach The Abyss”, mastered by Jon Astley, brought the band on tour in England and Italy. The song "Meltdown Corp." was included in the annual compilation “The Reverb Conspiracy”, co-released by the highly revered independent label Fuzz Club and The Reverberation Appreciation Society (Levitation Austin). In 2015 their second studio album “As Medicine”, mixed by John Wills of Loop, was released through Picture In My Ear and Fuzz Club and distributed by The Committee To Keep Music Evil. In the next two years the band toured Europe three times, also performing at the Secret Garden Party and Liverpool Psych Fest. They supported bands such as Slowdive, The Vaccines, Savages, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and The Warlocks.

New Candys’ third and latest album “Bleeding Magenta” was released in 2017 by Fuzz Club and repressed in the United States by Little Cloud Records, followed by its European promotional tour and a performance at SpaceFest in Gdańsk. In 2018 they toured Australia playing 14 shows, headlining both Sydney and Melbourne Psych Fest and performing at the Adelaide Fringe. Next the band went on a US-Mexico tour of 18 shows plus a KEXP live session in Seattle. The American tour started with two shows in New York and proceeded along the west coast, including performances at Pappy & Harriet's in Joshua Tree and the Highland Park Bowl in Los Angeles. Later in the summer they performed at Fuzz Club Eindhoven, headlined by The Black Angels, and supported The Brian Jonestown Massacre for both of their Italian shows. Some of their songs are featured on episodes of Showtime Networks original TV series "Shameless".

display-only (St. Louis)
https://display-only.bandcamp.com/

730pm - doors
8pm - show
$10 adv / $12 dos
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/2003832079707412/

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Bill MacKay w/ Dark Tea, Jake Leech
Apr
11
9:00 PM21:00

Bill MacKay w/ Dark Tea, Jake Leech

Bill MacKay is a Chicago based guitarist-composer-improviser. He has energized experimental folk, rock, and avant-garde scenes with his radiant songs, and creative and unpredictable approach to the guitar.

https://billmackay.bandcamp.com/
https://billmackay.com/

Dark Tea is the solo project of New York musician Gary Canino. Freak-folk from BK.

https://www.facebook.com/darkteamusic/
https://darktea.bandcamp.com/?fbclid=IwAR13ysfBfdr5W506o7tMbr-Ndnu4iwLjs2gmLJWkLKp7g5fR3sJQ7yHKKts

Jake Leech is a STL-based ambient electronic musician.

https://soundcloud.com/jakeleechmusic

830pm - doors
9pm - show
$7
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/2059527000767303/

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WOTP presents: Honest Fables, Zealous Foibles
Apr
12
9:00 PM21:00

WOTP presents: Honest Fables, Zealous Foibles

whale of the people presents: honest fables, zealous foibles
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friday, April 12 // @ Foam * 3359 S Jefferson Ave 63118 *
suggested donation $7


an evening in three acts featuring larger-than-life reality, in-process experiments & exploration through performance.

kimber river hall's "I Have Always Been a Storm" is a fantasy for the child within ~*~*~ a one-act theatre-for-all-ages show, as seen at the 2018 edinburgh fringe Festival !!! (that is in scotland my dudes) a joyful exploration of gender and the limitless possibilities of being. <333

janet-- if you have not seen you must see for yourself and if you have seen you must once again see. come one come all to the grand as heck ball! here is their adult swim feature:: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PwtXqgdaQP8

augie boyne and lana dvorak present: a piece of our new show that doesn't have a title yet! to share the process and to hold ourselves accountable to our creative goals n moralz, we invite you to see what we've been working on for our new show that explores cellular memory & the distortion of memory & the things we are born with that come from the women before us.
featuring danielle williams, marissa beccard, octavia synode, augie boyne & TBA

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funds raised from this event will go towards paying the artists involved in our next production. just like last time :-)

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no one turned away for lack of funds

this is a safe event:
no sexism, racism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, queerphobia, fatphobia, or hatefulness allowed or tolerated.

https://www.facebook.com/events/263476967890582/

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Unwed Sailor w/ Flow Clinic, MotherFather
Apr
13
8:00 PM20:00

Unwed Sailor w/ Flow Clinic, MotherFather

Unwed Sailor
https://unwedsailor.net/
https://unwedsailor.bandcamp.com/
With over 20 years of music under his belt, Johnathon Ford, the visionary behind Unwed Sailor, presents a new offering in his expansive interpretation of instrumental music.

Throughout the band’s career, Ford has leapt in a myriad of instrumental directions, from angular post-rock rhythms, to dreamy ambient soundscapes, to the sound of homemade instruments playing storybook nursery rhymes. Though all these directions vary in style, all of the albums share a certain melodic sensibility, a flavor that’s undeniably Ford’s, yet each has its own unique place in creating the sound and vision of Unwed Sailor. In effect, the band’s discography feels like a collection of postcards from different times and
places.

This, of course, includes Heavy Age, the band’s most recent full-length (and first in a decade), whose leaden beats land heavier and bass churns harder than the band’s predecessors.
“With Heavy Age,” Ford says, “I wanted this to feel like an Unwed Sailor live record. Like if you came to an Unwed show, this is what you’d hear—heavy and bombastic, like grabbing someone by the shirt.” Still Heavy Age also contains glints and sparks of the albums that preceded it. Songs like “Indian Paintbrush” and “ACAXAO,” for example, feature Little Wars’s wavering momentum, it’s swarming effervescence; others like “Nova” feature The White Ox’s vast expanses.

Though nothing quite captures the aesthetic of The Marionette and the Music Box, the album possesses a similar sense of narration, as if each track feels like a chapter in an epic story.
In effect, Heavy Age feels like the culmination of everything that Unwed Sailor has released—and a touchstone toward which the band has been building for years. But the only way
to understand their sound and style, to truly comprehend the breadth of their depth, is to pick up their stack of postcards—starting with Heavy Age, the darkest and densest—and flip through them one at a time.

w/
Flow Clinic (St. Louis)
https://flowclinic.bandcamp.com/releases

MotherFather (St. Louis)
https://motherfatherstl.bandcamp.com/releases

730pm - doors
8pm - show
$12 adv / dos
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/398316654276276/

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Sutphin w/ Tit for Tat, John Hawkwood's Blackfoot, Safety Beach
Apr
18
8:00 PM20:00

Sutphin w/ Tit for Tat, John Hawkwood's Blackfoot, Safety Beach

Sutphin (Wichita, KS)
http://sutphin.bandcamp.com/
Post punk/brick rock from Wichita, Kansas. Released a full length, Medicine Machine, on January 4th

Tit for Tat (STL)
https://tit4tat.bandcamp.com/releases

John Hawkwood's Blackfoot Sun (STL)
https://johnhawkwoodsblackfootsun.bandcamp.com/releases

Safety Beach (STL)

830pm - doors
9pm - show
$5
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/302537040460510/

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Blessed (BC) w/ Shady Bug
Apr
22
9:00 PM21:00

Blessed (BC) w/ Shady Bug

Blessed (British Columbia)
http://www.blessedtheband.com/
Formed in the early winter months of 2015 in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley, Blessed were born from a shared creative objective. From the start, its original four members found themselves naturally amalgamating elements of Post-Hardcore, Minimalism, New Wave, Krautrock, and Punk. To date, Blessed has released one single with Toronto's Buzz Records (Weaves, Dilly Dally, Greys), and two critically lauded EPs. The Fader wrote of the EP II: "Dominated by the high-fructose riffing pioneered by Deerhoof, giving way to a darker, propulsive jam that's just as chaotic, yet well-controlled."

Four out of Blessed’s five members cut their artistic and organizational teeth in a fiercely D.I.Y. community that developed in the most unlikely conditions. In the Fraser Valley’s sprawling collection of suburbs and farmlands, there is little cultural infrastructure. And there is even less municipal enthusiasm for the arts. It is a Lynchian setting that nurtures overt conservatism and covert creativity.

Young Valley musicians were forced to creatively accommodate their burgeoning local music scene by whatever means available. They turned the basements of shared punk houses into venues. They convinced former pastors to give them the keys to churches where they could play. They met a 65-year-old socialist sandwich shop owner who gave them access to his space after hours to host touring bands from around North America.

From this marginal yet supportive scene, Blessed built connections with a broader community. Their unparalleled work ethic took them on a set of tours that was ambitious for any band, but mostly unheard of for one without a full-length release. Together, they played 225 shows across North America, including stops at Sled Island, SXSW, and supporting slots with acts ranging from Preoccupations, The Courtneys, Chastity, and The Austerity Program. Meanwhile, individual members found time to tour Europe, and start side projects touted by The Needle Drop.

Shady Bug (St. Louis - Exploding in Sound Records)
https://shadybug.bandcamp.com/


9pm - doors
930pm - show
$7
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/828899764124185/

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Human Monster tour kick off show
Apr
23
9:00 PM21:00

Human Monster tour kick off show

Matt Ingram- Solo drum set with electronic backing tracks.
https://soundcloud.com/matthew_ingram/dutchtown-massif

Stank Thunder- Instrumental prog with a focus on groove and extended improvised jams.
https://soundcloud.com/stank-thunder/3-reels

Dragon Falcon- Heavy Instrumental prog with synth and Sax.
https://youtu.be/dR2_s2kv79c

Human Monster- Solo drum set with pedals and live loops.
https://youtu.be/qAdBIE_wLiM

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Vinyl Williams
Apr
27
8:00 PM20:00

Vinyl Williams

Vinyl Williams
https://vinylwilliams.bandcamp.com
The rare history of harmonious pop music imbued in Vinyl Williams’s Opal LP is finally coming to the conscious surface in the warped form of a transcendental hyper-coaster, combining sunshine pop, afrobeat, and progressive rock into a dense emanation of sonic optics. The California native has attuned his sound palette to the cosmic quintessence – opalescent tones that harmonize chaos, synchronizing a global family of celestial harmonies into a macrocosmic epicenter.

Out of such came 10 tracks of incessantly lush pop songs that can be used to intangibly dress your dream palace. It was recorded almost exclusively by Lionel Williams at Non Plus Ultra (all ages venue / studio in LA he’s involved in) with the exception of Gal Lazer (ex-drummer of Yonatan Gat) playing hand drums on Aphelion, and Ian Gibbs (Williams’s long time musical partner) overdubbing guitar & synth on several tracks. Through the process of recording individual tracks onto a VHS camcorder, as well as using handheld cassette devices, the fluttery lo-fi guitar & synth sounds became architecturalized by hi-fi drum sounds, keeping the warbly rollercoaster somehow on track.

Active since 2007, the group have toured extensively with Toro y Moi, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Mount Kimbie, This Will Destroy You, Temples, among others.

730pm - doors
8pm - show
$10 adv / $12 dos
All Ages

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Constant Stranger w/ Bo &amp; the Locomotive, Le'Ponds
May
2
8:00 PM20:00

Constant Stranger w/ Bo & the Locomotive, Le'Ponds

Constant Stranger
www.constantstranger.com
1983-
Middle child.
Arkansas State Spelling Bee Champion 1996 & 1997.
AAA Member in fair standing.
10+ yrs dishwashing/short order experience.
20+ yrs working at songs—most recently in Water Liars, Marie/Lepanto, and continually as Constant Stranger.
Hopefully, a friend.

In my mind, Constant Stranger stands as

An argument.
A reckoning.
A reconciliation.
Some kind of understanding.
Something reached by work and luck with melody and language.
A home for memory, gratitude, acceptance, and regret.
Engine exhaust.
Brake dust.
A ship’s wake.
A snake’s skin.
A lover’s sweat.
Blood dried brown.
A portion of moon.
A strong wind.
The smell of a storm coming, a storm passed.
Fire burnt to ash by dawn.
Evidence of what was.
Hope for what may be.

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I was born
and I died
I don’t remember anything else
a green river perhaps
a green tree
green eyes
and about this so much ado
such regrets about this

—Anna Kamieńska

w/

Bo and the Locomotive

Le'Ponds

730pm - doors
8pm - show
$10 adv / dos
All Ages

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Old Time Relijun
May
13
9:00 PM21:00

Old Time Relijun

Old Time Relijun
https://oldtimerelijun.bandcamp.com/
Old Time Relijun is an unearthly combo from Olympia, Washington. We don’t throw words like “genius”, “brilliant” or “legendary” around lightly. Nor do we use them to describe Old Time Relijun (though others do). We prefer to see them as “mythical”. Their new EP, See Now and Know [KLP272], appears after a mysterious decade-long dormancy, reuniting the classic Catharsis in Crisis [KLP184] lineup featuring bandleader Arrington de Dionyso with Aaron Hartman (upright bass), Germaine Baca (drums) and Benjamin Hartman (saxophone and percussion). This is the band’s 9th studio recording and they appear to have exploded spontaneously, pounding together a fiery record, forged from within. Resistance, magic and hope are catalysts for a deeper tunneling under. The songs are typical OTR: sexy, untethered, and sing-along at the edge of the volcano fun. “Dragon Juice” conjures a dance party in a dangerous lair; “I Know I’m Alive” brings an inspired moment on the mountain into sharp, soulful focus; and “El Naranjo Gritando" brings us up close to the big nasty. There is real, palpable urgency in this recording. Seven songs, 23 minutes.
Everything necessary with no fat to cut out. Jump in, Old Time Relijun, See Now and Know!

w/ TBA locals

9pm - doors
930pm - show
$12 adv / $15 dos

https://www.facebook.com/events/1080172645517815/

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The Hussy w/ Shitstorm
May
20
9:00 PM21:00

The Hussy w/ Shitstorm

THE HUSSY - madison - long-tenured upper midwest punks. synthy and danceable. now a three piece and they bring the fuckin noise live.
https://thehussy.bandcamp.com/
https://madison.com/wsj/entertainment/music/years-in-fire-and-punk-alive-with-the-hussy/article_c66b3383-0f25-5a84-a90a-81db2d932290.html

SHITSTORM - st louis - brand new band. they've like basically never played or recorded or tour. it'll be matt's first show, it'll be calm and sober and quiet.
https://shitstormstl.bandcamp.com/

TBA

$7
9pm
all ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/730947937305444/

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Poetry Double-Header
Mar
24
6:00 PM18:00

Poetry Double-Header

Big Poetry Double-Header at Foam! Sunday, March 24th, 6PM!

Join us for a red-hot springtime opening of Poetry at Foam!
A wide range of talent will grace this event's fifth year running.

1st Round:

Zaire Imani, Maurice Minor, Dani Skye and Mycol·Vynn.


2nd Round:

Book release and reading for "The Cosmic Lost and Found: An Anthology of Missouri Poets (Spartan Press, 2019)."

Raphael Maurice,
Sean Arnold,
Brett Underwood,
Jim McGowin,
Benjamin Kuzemka,
Stef Russell,
Jeanette Powers,
Marybeth Niederkorn,
Chigger Matthews,
G.M.H. Thompson.

Free event.

Support live poets, support St. Louis, support Foam!

More info to come!

https://www.facebook.com/events/378679842925998

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[EARLY SHOW] ings w/ Rightteen, motherbear
Mar
21
7:00 PM19:00

[EARLY SHOW] ings w/ Rightteen, motherbear

ings
ings.bandcamp.com
Bio: Ings is a guitarist and maker from Seattle, WA, who plays lullaby rock and directs music videos. She has, as a completely DIY artist, earned 1 million + streams on Spotify. She has released 2 EPs, "Dog Physics" (2013) and "Afterthought EP" (2016). She will be on tour down the West coast, to Austin for SXSW, and through the Midwest in March 2019. Here is a music video for her single, "Afterthought": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Vy8AVWisiA

Rightteen
rightteen.bandcamp.com
On "Right-Teen "Fantastic 6am" LP
"This is the type of record that radiates just how much fun and energy and passion went into the songs and recordings and what it's like when a musician throws out the rule book and just goes for it. This 10 song album was recorded in St. Louis between February of 2015 and March of 2016 mostly on 4 track cassette. Lead off number "Julia The Elder" has a feel good vibe that's backed by catchy melodies and a pulsating beat keeping the energy level on high, before giving way to the melancholy, almost psychedelic sounds of "Contest". The bright spirited "Donna Richardson" with it's reverb drenched production and lo-fi charm sits well next to other heartfelt numbers like "Stranger Past" and "Hartford Maine". As things come to a close the jangling surf guitar sounds on "Wild Child" add a nice touch to the mix as it's breezy mood leaves me wanting more. A remarkable record that's genuine, uplifting and pure." via Custom Made Music

Motherbear

https://kwur.bandcamp.com/album/motherbear-stack-session

ALL AGES (18+ or with an adult)
Early show! Music at 7:00 PM.
$5-8

https://www.facebook.com/events/2236256896630589

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Lavender Country returns to Foam!
Mar
20
8:00 PM20:00

Lavender Country returns to Foam!

Lavender Country
https://lavendercountrymusic.com
In 1973, Patrick Haggerty produced the first known gay-themed record in country music and since its 2014 re-release, Lavender Country is bigger than ever!

Foam is excited to announce that Patrick and his band will be returning to perform St. Louis once again!

w/

St. Louis finest ever trans talent show *benefit for trans people of color* the honorable Joss Barton presiding!

730pm - doors
8pm - show
$10 adv / dos

Ticket link - https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4191871
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/2072648369495032/

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Granddad w/ Termination Dust, Young Animals, Slow Boys
Mar
19
8:30 PM20:30

Granddad w/ Termination Dust, Young Animals, Slow Boys

WOW! Granddad is coming thru with Termination Dust and we got some cool folks ripping along with them. Check it:

Granddad
https://granddad.bandcamp.com

Termination Dust
https://terminationdust.bandcamp.com/

Young Animals
https://young-animals.bandcamp.com/

the slow boys
https://theslowboys.bandcamp.com/

$7
Doors at 8:00 / Show at 8:30
Come hang out and support some cool & nice folks that make good & dope tunes!!

https://www.facebook.com/events/2052886255008463/

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[EARLY EVENT] Impossible Trivia w/ Googolplexia!
Mar
18
7:00 PM19:00

[EARLY EVENT] Impossible Trivia w/ Googolplexia!

Howdy Friends, Nerds, Dorks, Know-It-Alls, and Poindexters! Quick, what's the capital of Burkina Faso? Who's the only pitcher with a perfect game in the World Series? How many Best Director Oscars does Steven Spielberg have? What heaviest stable halogen has atomic number 53? Who wrote MOBY-DICK? And, in what year did Eli Whitney invent the cotton gin?*

If you knew the answer to any of these IMPOSSIBLE questions, and/or you're looking for a fewscore others, MONDAYS** at Foam (FOAM!) are the place to be, beginning FEBRUARY 11th! Bring some pals and join in the fun!

--Free to play
--7:00PM~9:00PM
--Teams of ONE to a maximum of SIX allowed
--Three games of 15 questions each (3 themed rounds of 5 questions each per game)***
--Prizes (mostly of the variety that you may IMBIBE!) for individual game scores, and overall nightly winners
--Other surprises and fun as are deemed fitting, appropriate, or accidentally arrived-upon!
--All composed and hosted (i.e. reigned-over tyrannically!) by me, your friendly neighborhood GOOGZ! (Pancake Productions / Googolplexia)****


*ANSWERS: Ouagadougou; Don Larsen; Two (for SCHINDLER'S LIST and SAVING PRIVATE RYAN); Iodine; Herman Melville; and 1793.

**Unless there's a concert or other event scheduled at Foam.

***You may, but probably don't, remember this format as that used by my once-upon-a-time late-night IMPOSSIBLE MUSIC TRIVIA at South City's best pizza-punk bar named for a misspelled citrus fruit, which took place during most of 2012.

****Don't worry, I won't play any pesky Googolplexia music...PROBABLY.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1315378465268137

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Lala Lala w/ the Funs, Bugg, Pineapple RnR
Mar
17
8:00 PM20:00

Lala Lala w/ the Funs, Bugg, Pineapple RnR

Lala Lala (Chicago)
https://www.lalabandlala.com/
The Lamb was written during a time of intense paranoia after a home invasion, deaths of loved ones and general violence around me and my friends, says Lillie West, the Chicago-based songwriter behind Lala Lala. I began to frequently and vividly imagine the end of the world, eventually becoming too frightened to leave my house. This led me to spend a lot of time examining my relationships and the choices Id made, often wondering if they were correct and/or kind.

West initially started Lala Lala as a way to communicate things that she felt she could never say out loud. But on The Lamb, her sophomore LP and debut for Hardly Art, she has found strength in vulnerability. Through bracing hooks and sharp lyrics, the 24-year-old songwriter and guitarist illustrates a nuanced look on her own adulthoodher fraught insecurity, struggles with addiction, and the loss of several people close to her.

Originally from London, West moved with her family to Los Angeles, where she spent her teenage years, and later to Chicago, where she enrolled at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Inspired by those cities DIY music communities, she started Lala Lala as an outlet where she could process her new experiences, which often involved toxic relationships and partying around the city with beloved friends. The turbulence in Wests life throughout that period resulted in an abrasive but tender debut album, Sleepyhead (self-released, 2016). West decided to quit drinking, and she began booking her own DIY tours across the country. Sobriety provided her with a newfound sense of self and clarity, and she began writing the songs for The Lamb while also starting the process of re-learning how to live her life.

Across the albums 12 tracks, West carefully examines the skeletons in her closet for the first time, hoping to capture honest snapshots of her past selves. Many of the songs show West asking herself agonizing questions about her life with a clever and hopeful curiosity. On the albums first single and opening track, Destroyer, she reflects on feeling self-destructive and the delayed realization something in the past has irrevocably hurt you. In Water Over Sex, West laments her old precarious lifestyle, while trying to readjust to her newfound sobriety, and Copycat confronts her feelings of alienation and boredom. Some of this album is about being frustrated that everything is always repeating itself and being bored with your own feelings, she explains. Copycat in particular is about how everyone talks exactly the same on the Internet and how it sometimes feels futile to try and be yourself.

The catalyst for the starkly titled When You Die came when Wests friend Jilian Medford of IAN SWEET texted about the band getting into a car accident. In the song, she grapples with her lack of control over certain things and the inevitable regrets that come with it. Though that experience served as the songs initial inspiration, When You Die also reflects on a string of three months in 2017 when West experienced several close deaths. The spare and stunning album highlight Dove further explores this tragic string of events; West explains, It is very plainly about the death of someone I loved a lot and the guilt I had, and still have, afterwards.

After testing a handful of the new songs while on the road, The Lambs final form came together while recording at Rose Raft Studio in rural Illinois. Performed by West with Emily Kempf on bass/backup vocals and Ben Leach on drums, the musical arrangements of the albumblending post punk with dream pop influences that incorporate vibrant synths, a drum machine, and even saxophonefind a balance between light and dark, reinforcing these dynamic and intimate songs that will surely resonate.

w/

The Funs
https://thefuns.bandcamp.com/

Bugg (Bloomington, IN)
https://turdwurld.bandcamp.com/album/bugg

Pineapple RnR
https://pineapplernr.bandcamp.com/album/pineapple-rik-n-roll-ep

730pm - doors
8pm - show
$10 adv / dos
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/2277607022517380/

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Dimesack w/ Crush Crusher, Mala Leche, Dentist, Ace of Spit
Mar
15
9:00 PM21:00

Dimesack w/ Crush Crusher, Mala Leche, Dentist, Ace of Spit

DIMESACK - kc - DJ Dimesack of Phantom Head / many more is going solo and taking this now full band experience on the road. Scrappy, dingy, perfect for head bobbing with sunglasses on in a leather jacket.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyG8iUBnp7s

CRUSH CRUSHER - okc - new OKC slammer feat members of American Hate, Druj and more. Quick and tight and done before you know it.
https://crushcrusher.bandcamp.com/releases

MALA LECHE - st louis - all star cast making nauseating and bizarre punk shit. .............
https://malaleche69.bandcamp.com/album/cassingle

DENTIST - st louis - RiPpInG fast local gurt-fronted hardcore. smash em! stay the fuck away from me!
https://rawrxd.bandcamp.com/

ACE OF SPIT - st louis - Gabe T. Babe's current banger. I mean....if you aren't sold yet, I'll attach the link, but....cmon.
https://aceofspit.bandcamp.com/releases

9pm (no punk time, 5 bands)
$7-10. (obo)
all ages.

https://www.facebook.com/events/398900690868243

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[EARLY EVENT] Impossible Trivia w/ Googolplexia!
Mar
11
7:00 PM19:00

[EARLY EVENT] Impossible Trivia w/ Googolplexia!

Howdy Friends, Nerds, Dorks, Know-It-Alls, and Poindexters! Quick, what's the capital of Burkina Faso? Who's the only pitcher with a perfect game in the World Series? How many Best Director Oscars does Steven Spielberg have? What heaviest stable halogen has atomic number 53? Who wrote MOBY-DICK? And, in what year did Eli Whitney invent the cotton gin?*

If you knew the answer to any of these IMPOSSIBLE questions, and/or you're looking for a fewscore others, MONDAYS** at Foam (FOAM!) are the place to be, beginning FEBRUARY 11th! Bring some pals and join in the fun!

--Free to play
--7:00PM~9:00PM
--Teams of ONE to a maximum of SIX allowed
--Three games of 15 questions each (3 themed rounds of 5 questions each per game)***
--Prizes (mostly of the variety that you may IMBIBE!) for individual game scores, and overall nightly winners
--Other surprises and fun as are deemed fitting, appropriate, or accidentally arrived-upon!
--All composed and hosted (i.e. reigned-over tyrannically!) by me, your friendly neighborhood GOOGZ! (Pancake Productions / Googolplexia)****


*ANSWERS: Ouagadougou; Don Larsen; Two (for SCHINDLER'S LIST and SAVING PRIVATE RYAN); Iodine; Herman Melville; and 1793.

**Unless there's a concert or other event scheduled at Foam.

***You may, but probably don't, remember this format as that used by my once-upon-a-time late-night IMPOSSIBLE MUSIC TRIVIA at South City's best pizza-punk bar named for a misspelled citrus fruit, which took place during most of 2012.

****Don't worry, I won't play any pesky Googolplexia music...PROBABLY.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1315378465268137

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The Curls w/ J Fernandez, Blastar, Human Monster
Mar
10
8:00 PM20:00

The Curls w/ J Fernandez, Blastar, Human Monster

The Curls (Chicago)
https://thecurls.bandcamp.com
http://www.thecurlsmusic.com
The Curls music has been labeled as Psych Pop, Art Rock, Nu-Angular Guitar, Piss Jazz, and even Smooth Adult Contemporary Harsh Noise. The Harvard Crimson reported on the group's 2018 Pitchfork Music Festival performance, "The Curls are a fun, nostalgic sextet whose genre fluidity necessitates a string of hyphenated descriptors—art-funk-jazz-psycho-punk-pop-rock doesn’t even cover all the bases."

"Quirky and bustling classic rock and psychedelia " -Stereogum
"Reminiscent of a more “anything goes” era of indie rock... exuberant as a hot summer afternoon after another endless Midwestern winter" -Pitchfork
"The Curls have created a post-post-modern world of musical dadaism and are curating some of the wildest & most sporadic sounds that are set to decorate the exhibition halls of tomorrow’s modern art museums & centers for the arts" - IMPOSE Magazine
“Creative, idiosyncratic, and fearless music... that endearingly blends bits of jazz, new wave, psych, pop and prog rock into refreshingly peculiar and sophisticated gems” -Popmatters
"I LIKE IT!" - Adrian Belew

J Fernandez (Chicago)
https://jfernandez.bandcamp.com
www.jfernandez.org
J Fernandez (Joyful Noise) started as the eponymous home recording project of Arkansas born Justin Fernandez. After three EPs, his 2015 debut LP ‘Many Levels of Laughter’ attracted high praise from the music press – including 8/10s from UNCUT and NME, plus end of year nods from Under The Radar and Brooklyn Vegan (who called it “one of 2015’s most underrated albums”) and saw him share the stage with the likes of Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Alvvays, Mitski, and Ezra Furman.
With ‘Occasional Din’ he mines the sound of the past – drawing influences from vintage Italian pop and soundtrack composers like Bruno Nicolai, Alessandro Alessandroni and Mina, as well as their American contemporaries like The Free Design and Margo Guryan fleshing out orchestration touched upon in his debut and enlisting the mixing services of Cooper Crain (Bonnie Prince Billy, Circuit Des Yeux, Bitchin Bajas)

BLASTAR (STL)
https://blastarband.bandcamp.com
Blastar is a modern day progressive/art rock band, pushing the boundaries of conventional music

HUMAN MONSTER (STL)
https://humanmonster.bandcamp.com/releases
Live drum loops+layers

730pm - doors
8pm - show
$7
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/555451481608075/

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The Mound Builders w/ Lightning Wolf, Fight Back Mountain
Mar
9
8:30 PM20:30

The Mound Builders w/ Lightning Wolf, Fight Back Mountain

The Mound Builders (IN)

https://themoundbuilders.bandcamp.com/

he Mound Builders are a sludge rock quartet based out of Lafayette, Indiana. Rooted in heavy metal, hardcore, stoner rock, and punk, they have spent the better part of nine years traveling the Midwest and distinguishing themselves to audiences everywhere with their heavy, ear-splitting, high-energy live performances!


Lightning Wolf (STL)

https://lightningwolfusa.bandcamp.com/

3 piece Heavy Rock and Roll for fans of crunchy riffs, snarling bass, pounding drums and wailing vocals.


Fight Back Mountain (STL)

https://fightbackmountain.bandcamp.com/releases


830pm - doors

9pm - show

$7

All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/223311581942839/

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Shady Bug &amp; Yuppy release show w/ Red Sea, Tonina
Mar
7
8:00 PM20:00

Shady Bug & Yuppy release show w/ Red Sea, Tonina

🍋🌼It’s a dual release show!!!🌼🍋

Shady Bug “Lemon Lime” LP release
shadybug.bandcamp.com
The second album is finally here!! We will have vinyl :0 Time to party and drink sprite !!!

Yuppy “Caillou” EP release
Slamming riffs and catchy hooks from ur fav yodel boys. Get their new tape ♥

Red Sea, from Atlanta
redseamusic.com
Queer art pop, new album “Sugar & Spice” :) :)

Tonina, from St. Louis
iamtonina.com/
Catch this babe and (maybe) her full band! A local gem

8PM

$5

All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/2151905941518861

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Claire Rousay w/ motherbear, Apathist!
Mar
6
9:00 PM21:00

Claire Rousay w/ motherbear, Apathist!

CLAIRE ROUSAY (SOLO PERCUSSION - SAN ANTONIO, TX)

Claire Rousay is an improviser, percussionist, and event organizer based in San Antonio, Texas. Rousay explores the emotional overlap of rhythm, speed, and texture as both a soloist and participant in creative partnerships that span North America. Drawing liberatory power and ethical commitment from queer theory, Rousay's improvisational style employs a critique of the relationship between masculinity and percussion.

Since entering the improvising community, Rousay has toured extensively across North America, booking 220 dates in 2017 alone. Her travels have found her performing with a range of collaborators, including Tom Carter, Ingebrigt Haker-Flaten, Michael Foster, Jacob Wick, and Brandon Lopez. This last year Rousay participated in the Sonic Transmissions Festival and NMASS Festival as well as performed at venues such as Elastic Arts and Issue Project Room. Her work recently received support from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts.

https://clairerousay.com

MOTHERBEAR (STL)

Haunting, intricate songwriting from Sarah & Simone

https://mobr.bandcamp.com/releases

APATHIST! (STL - Trull/Cunningham)

Improvised guitar & violin duo featuring members of Yowie, Vernacular String Trio.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaRbgOLFdPk

9PM MUSIC
$5
Bring $$ for Claire's merch

https://www.facebook.com/events/1753072074837171/

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Summer Like the Season w/ Nibiru, Pealds, the Astounds
Mar
4
9:00 PM21:00

Summer Like the Season w/ Nibiru, Pealds, the Astounds

Nibiru (St. Louis)
https://nibirustl.bandcamp.com/

Summer Like The Season (Detroit)
https://summerliketheseason.bandcamp.com/

Pealds (St. Louis)
https://pealds.bandcamp.com/

The Astounds (St. Louis)
https://theastounds.bandcamp.com/?fbclid=IwAR1ZM-KYLhyFX7CBW0pqM9HHN5ZACttG3iiGA_arAw6adR49tyIMwKrVHmA

9pm - doors
930pm - show
$5
All Ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/401437410593561/

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NOLA CLAP
Mar
2
8:00 PM20:00

NOLA CLAP

It’s time for Mardi Gras St. Louis!

St. Louis has one of the largest Mardi Gras celebrations following New Orleans!

Keep the partying going after the parade & meet me & 2 of my favorite DJs, Kimmy Nu & Police State to celebrate, MARCH 2nd at FOAM STL!

**This event is a 21+ event**

FOAM STL 3359 S Jefferson Ave

$7 to enter (debit/credit cards accepted)

8PM-1AM

Special cocktails & drink specials 🥃🍹

Bounce Music & more 💃🏾

Beads and masks encouraged but not required!

https://www.facebook.com/events/364566057467071/

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Crown Larks (CHI) w/ Jane Wave, Ronnie Rogers
Mar
1
9:00 PM21:00

Crown Larks (CHI) w/ Jane Wave, Ronnie Rogers

CROWN LARKS - chicago - wild rock n roll drenched in psychedelic jazz swinging back thru. they are always pushing envelopes and bring amazing live show. 
https://crownlarks.bandcamp.com/

JANE WAVE - st louis - one of this city's most enigmatic and enchanting acts, especially live. you never quite know what you'll get but you'll always be glad you got it.
https://janewave.bandcamp.com/


RONNIE ROGERS - st louis - a new Jam band. Members of Shady Bug, Isabel Rex, Early Worm.
https://ronnierogers.bandcamp.com/album/death-of-a-dumb-guy

$7, nobody turned away

9pm (...ish)

all ages

https://www.facebook.com/events/1148376198659645/

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Daymaker w/ Real Dom, People Zoo, Fond Han
Feb
27
8:00 PM20:00

Daymaker w/ Real Dom, People Zoo, Fond Han

Funky and punky ;-]

Daymaker (chicago)
http://daymakerchi.bandcamp.com/
Sweet and salty punker babes!

Real Dominic (i think New York city??)
https://realdominic.bandcamp.com/album/really-dominic
Cyber-goth freaky power pop!

People Zoo (STL)
https://itsapeoplezoo.bandcamp.com/
Colin wrote a song a day and now it's a real band!

Fond Han (STL)
https://fondhan.bandcamp.com/album/wronked
Experimental garage jazz! Solo set

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[LATE SHOW] Curt Oren w/ Matt Sullentrup, motherbear, kleb
Feb
25
9:30 PM21:30

[LATE SHOW] Curt Oren w/ Matt Sullentrup, motherbear, kleb

a night of solo acts + duo sets (-:

chill time w curt!!

curt oren: self expressive weirdo jazz pop fusion ????
https://curtoren.bandcamp.com

matt sullentrup: first show !!! come show this bby some luv !!

motherbear: u kno the deal, bring tissues + hug ur friends
https://kwur.bandcamp.com/album/motherbear-stack-session

kleb: new yangers online time to see them in the flesh
https://kleb.bandcamp.com

ALL AGES//930PM//$5//RESPECT THE SPACE AND EACH OTHER

https://www.facebook.com/events/1021239258083912/

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[EARLY EVENT] Impossible Trivia w/ Googolplexia!
Feb
25
7:00 PM19:00

[EARLY EVENT] Impossible Trivia w/ Googolplexia!

Howdy Friends, Nerds, Dorks, Know-It-Alls, and Poindexters! Quick, what's the capital of Burkina Faso? Who's the only pitcher with a perfect game in the World Series? How many Best Director Oscars does Steven Spielberg have? What heaviest stable halogen has atomic number 53? Who wrote MOBY-DICK? And, in what year did Eli Whitney invent the cotton gin?*

If you knew the answer to any of these IMPOSSIBLE questions, and/or you're looking for a fewscore others, MONDAYS** at Foam (FOAM!) are the place to be, beginning FEBRUARY 11th! Bring some pals and join in the fun!

--Free to play
--7:00PM~9:00PM
--Teams of ONE to a maximum of SIX allowed
--Three games of 15 questions each (3 themed rounds of 5 questions each per game)***
--Prizes (mostly of the variety that you may IMBIBE!) for individual game scores, and overall nightly winners
--Other surprises and fun as are deemed fitting, appropriate, or accidentally arrived-upon!
--All composed and hosted (i.e. reigned-over tyrannically!) by me, your friendly neighborhood GOOGZ! (Pancake Productions / Googolplexia)****


*ANSWERS: Ouagadougou; Don Larsen; Two (for SCHINDLER'S LIST and SAVING PRIVATE RYAN); Iodine; Herman Melville; and 1793.

**Unless there's a concert or other event scheduled at Foam.

***You may, but probably don't, remember this format as that used by my once-upon-a-time late-night IMPOSSIBLE MUSIC TRIVIA at South City's best pizza-punk bar named for a misspelled citrus fruit, which took place during most of 2012.

****Don't worry, I won't play any pesky Googolplexia music...PROBABLY.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1315378465268137/

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Farseek w/ Complainer, Sunsulking
Feb
24
8:00 PM20:00

Farseek w/ Complainer, Sunsulking

midwest sunday punk night at your favorite coffee & beer spot

Complainer. (Ann Arbor)
a little ska, a little punk, a little folk, a lot good! not the complainer from stl!

Farseek (Columbus)
ohio punk gonna have you yelling at your parents on the phone

^those two just put out a split^
https://complainermi.bandcamp.com/album/farseek-x-complainer-split

Sunsulking
wow first show from these slow buds in awhile - did you know they're recording an album? it'll be out someday and it'll ruin you!

https://www.facebook.com/events/334551557162939/?ti=icl

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RockNR Lantern Fest w/ St. Villagers, Tok, John Hawkwood's Blackfoot, Daytime Television
Feb
23
8:00 PM20:00

RockNR Lantern Fest w/ St. Villagers, Tok, John Hawkwood's Blackfoot, Daytime Television

Lantern Festival is one of the biggest fests in China - it means the end of the Chinese New Year

We will celebrate Lantern Festival 2019 with the Only Chinese Band in STL —— St.Villagers
and some fantastic cool local bands too

$5 at the Door
Any Age if you don't mind loud distortion

Band line up:

John hawkwood's blackfoot
https://www.facebook.com/JohnHawkwoodsBlackfootSun/
https://www.johnhawkwoodsblackfootsun.com/

St.Villagers
https://www.facebook.com/st.villagerschineserock/

Tok
https://www.facebook.com/tokandroll/

DayTime Television
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HAPPY ROCK N ROLL LANTERN FEST
ENJOY THE NIGHT


730pm - doors
8pm - show
$5

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