St. Louis Public Radio

Lo-Fi Cherokee turns 5 as bands play unexpected venues

It’s 9:30 on Saturday morning and there’s a garage rock band playing in a flower shop and plant nursery on Cherokee Street. Half an hour later another group performs in front of a group of kids in a chemical safety office. By mid-afternoon bands have played in bike shops, feminist sex stores, micro-breweries and clothing stores along Cherokee Street. It’s all part of Lo-Fi Cherokee.
Riverfront Times

New Ciara Thompson Music Video Features St. Louis in a Starring Role

Made by notable St. Louis film director Bill Streeter of Hydraulic Pictures, the video for "In The City" illustrates the message of the song while highlighting larger societal issues by focusing on the strength, resilience and beauty of our local inhabitants.
St. Louis Post Dispatch

Documentary celebrates St. Louis brick

Bill Streeter's award-winning video blog, Lo-Fi Saint Louis, boasts St. Louis' best musicians, artists and burlesque queens. But for his first feature-length film, Streeter showcases a subject that, on the surface, seems pretty dull: brick
St. Louis Public Radio

Independent filmmaker Bill Streeter to premiere ‘Lo-Fi Cherokee’

Independent filmmaker Bill Streeter joined “Cityscape” guest host Don Marsh to discuss “Lo-Fi Cherokee,” an outgrowth of his award winning music and culture web video series, “Lo-Fi Saint Louis.”