The Luminary Arts closed its doors to both their 2012 Elevator Music Concert Series and their time at the corner of Reber with a performance by the quirky folk-rap group WHY? and the equally mishmash pairing of Naytronix and The Black Swans as openers.
WHY? closed out The Luminary Arts’ time at its Reber location and the 2012 Elevator Music Concert Series. It’s been fun shooting there and I’ll probably talk more about my time at the venue later, but in the meantime, be sure to head over to the Luminary Arts FB page for a first look at pictures and we’ll be back here later in the week with more photos and a recap.
The Luminary Arts’ Elevator Series is on the homestretch at their current location before moving to Cherokee Street, with Zammuto (with Books alum Nick Zammuto at the helm) providing an evening of their quirky hybrid of electronics and indie-rock with the assistance of Lymbyc Systym and local duo Ou Ou.
Butt. Zebra butt. Ex-Books member Nick Zammuto brought his new band to the Luminary Arts for a quirky visual performance.
Be sure to head over to the Luminary Arts FB page for a first look at pictures and we’ll be back here later in the week with more photos and a recap.
The Luminary Arts‘ Elevator Series latest offering, Washed Out, was possibly too large for the Luminary’s basement confines and moved over the eclectic Plush for an evening of dreamy electronics, with locals CaveofswordS opening. Bright lights and equally blown out shots. Here’s a selection of shots from the evening.
So tired, but so good. Washed Out‘s debut show in STL was put on by the Luminary Arts at Plush and there were a ton of people out for the show. Be sure to keep an eye on the Luminary Arts’ FB page for pictures from the night. We’ll be back in a few days with a recap.
The Cleveland quartet, Cloud Nothings, put on a blistering performance last night at The Luminary Arts. Did you catch it? Here’s a preview from the show and be sure to check out the Luminary Art’s Facebook page later today for more pictures from last night’s show!