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Jamming as one

Jahman Brahman brings flaws and all to Dayton By Rusty Pate Photo: Jahman Brahman will play Jimmie’s Ladder 11 on April 17 Live music is a powerful medium. Virtually every other form of art separates the audience from the artist. Film and stage productions have the “fourth wall.” Painters and sculptors usually work behind closed doors […]

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Slight of hand

Christopher Wright and his Parlour Tricks By Tim Anderl Photo: C. Wright’s Parlour Tricks perform at Blind Bob’s April 19 Margaret Thatcher once said, “I do not know anyone who has got to the top without hard work. That is the recipe. It will not always get you to the top, but it should get you […]

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The art of pulling

Elsinore bring new album PUSH/PULL to Dayton By Zach Rogers Elsinore perform on April 12 at Blind Bob’s; photo: Oliver Peng After a decade of making music and rediscovering both their sound and stability in the process, it finally looks like the members of Champaign, Ill.-based Elsinore have achieved a near-perfect state of balance and […]

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Let’s do the mind warp again

Gazer to melt faces during Dayton stop By Tim Anderl Photo: Gazer perform on April 11 at Hole in the Wall; photo: Paul Schroder If you weren’t knee deep in the sweaty indie action during the cacophonous and fearsome ’90s, it is probably hard to understand the sheer majestic, and ear-bleed inducing, volume and fury conjured by […]

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Dove-tongued aggressor

Wino’s Spirit Caravan journeys to Dayton By Gary Spencer Photo: Drummer Henry Vasquez of Spirit Caravan Some things just can’t stay dead and gone, especially great music. Music geeks, in particular, like to dig up treasures of the past, hoping to unlock some amazing sounds from the past and rediscover the magic that was created once […]

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The Wrestlemania of music

Heavyweights Iron Chic visit Dayton By Tim Anderl Photo: Iron Chic perform on April 4 at Blind Bob’s Bar; photo: Nicole Guglielmo Iron Chic’s long-awaited sophomore full-length album, The Constant One, ups the band’s ante, boasting nearly 40 minutes of their heartfelt, signature melodic punk with big buildups, warm harmonies and gripping climaxes. The band tackles […]

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I heart the ’80s

Quiet Riot feels the noize at BMI Speedway By Allyson Crawford Photo: Quiet Riot performs on April 5 at BMI Speedway in Versailles No, it’s not 1986 again, but the upcoming tours this spring and summer may have you believing otherwise. Motley Crüe will head out on their final tour. KISS and Def Leppard will pair […]

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Spring cleaning

New sounds to freshen your collection By Alan Sculley and L. Kent Wolgamott Photo: Beck, Morning Phase Beck // Morning Phase // Capitol // Virgin EMI Beck’s first new album in six years is a deliberate step backward – to 2002’s Sea Change. A quiet, shimmering acoustic-rooted record, Morning Phase was performed by the same core group […]

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Sing it out

VOICES exhibition at UD ArtStreet By Kyle Melton Photo: The VOICES exhibition is on display through April 25 at UD ArtStreet Studio D Gallery It’s difficult to imagine a time when rock n’ roll, jazz, disco, hip-hop and blues were not welcome in the American cultural mainstream. It’s true – all of these musical forms emerged […]

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Rider on the storm

Dead Rider bring spooky grooves back to Dayton By Gary Spencer Photo: Dead Rider perform April 4 at Canal Public House; photo: Joe Sumrall   Once upon a time, in the mid ’90s, Dayton underground rock legends Brainiac were doing a show at the now-long-defunct Aardvark Ballroom. Before Dayton’s fab four took the stage, a band […]

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Bluegrass at the Mayflower

Ma Crow and the Lady Slippers at Mayflower Arts Center By Rick Eichhorn Photo: [l - r] Vickie Abbott, Ma […]

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Get more in the know about your dough By Jayne Powers Sometimes, we don’t know when we think we did […]