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Katz Scratch Fever

Cherry Lee and The Daddy Katz Kruze-In for Rockabilly Resurrection By Gary Spencer There are many styles of music being purveyed by local musicians, everything from hip hop to harsh noise.  And seemingly for years, music of a greater vintage such as classic country and rockabilly has been nowhere to be seen or heard … […]

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Beating Bullies

Hip-hop Innovator Beedie Speaks Out By Jordan Mills Pleasant The name Brian Benjamin Green doesn’t turn as many heads as the name Beedie, although they refer to the same person: an American rapper and hip-hop artist based in Pittsburgh who has many reasons to expect a bright future in the music industry.  Beedie was originally […]

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Sounds of Violence

British Metal Stalwarts Onslaught Bring Thrash Attack to Dayton By Gary Spencer When most people think about classic thrash metal from the 1980s certain names come to mind.  Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax and Slayer are among the most famous artists associated with the genre.  But just like with nearly every other musical genre or era, there […]

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I Finally Gave Into the Feeling

Me & Mountains Release Feral on Vinyl By Kyle Melton In 2009, Me & Mountains burst onto the Dayton scene with a highly polished indie pop/rock sound that quickly caught the attention of audiences around town. Their self-titled debut EP evidenced a band with an uncanny penchant for infectious composition and no-frills arrangements, channeling the […]

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Happy Accidents

Water Liars Make No Mistake with Stunning Debut By Tim Anderl Some of music’s greatest achievements are happy accidents.  The right musicians, in the right place at a time when the planets and melodies align in a way that produces soul-singing, is destined to tickle the ears and hearts of listeners.  Recorded on a whim, […]

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The Show Must Go On

Signs of Life Pay Tribute to Music of Pink Floyd By Kyle Melton In the pantheon of rock n’ roll’s iconic acts, few cast a shadow as long as British psychedelic pioneers Pink Floyd. Under the direction of Cambridge schoolmates Syd Barrett, Roger Waters and David Gimour, Pink Floyd charted a musical course that stands […]

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Abertooth Lincoln: Friends, Forever

Every “Tunesday” at South Park Tavern for their NTRO/XPO Residency By W. C. Ruffnel Abertooth Lincoln is a band about the town. If you open any local newspaper, chances are you’ve seen them or read about them. The reasoning behind this: they’re fucking great. They’re also really nice dudes as well, which also lends itself […]

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They Will Rock You

Dayton Philharmonic Teams with Londoners to Perform Queen By Tim Anderl Imagine you are in England’s Wembley Stadium in 1986.  The roar of the crowd gives way to the monstrous sound of thousands of feet and hands stomping and clapping in unison: stomp, stomp, clap, stomp, stomp, clap … In a performance sure to ignite […]

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Secret Codes

Cincinnati’s The Minor Leagues Celebrate Release of North College Hill By Kyle Melton For about a decade, The Minor Leagues have brought their ambitious brand of indie pop to audiences in and around Cincinnati. Led by original members Ben Walpole and Patrick Helmes, their current 7-piece outfit is an eclectic group that employs dense pop […]

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Beavercreek Weekend of Jazz

Celebrating and Promoting Music Education By Khalid Moss Beavercreek, Ohio is a medium-sized mid-western town, incorporated in 1980, that boasts a population of more than 37 thousand hardworking folks. Like most cities, times are tough. Voters routinely reject school levies and additional budget cuts have already been announced as a way of preparing for the […]

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News of the weird 10/21

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Signs of the times “Selfie fever” has begun to sully the sacred Islamic pilgrimages to […]

The last word

Thanks for reading By A.J. Wagner This will be my last week writing the “Law and Disorder” column for the […]

The art of organization

Yellow Springs Artist Studio Tour & Sale returns By Alyssa Reck Photo: Elaine Lamb of Mud Mothers Pottery will showcase […]

Waste not

The Plastic World of Mary Ellen Croteau By Shayna V. McConville Photo: Mary Ellen Croteau, “Endless Columns,” plastic bottle caps […]

On not getting by in Dayton

The long-term effects of poverty By A.J. Wagner I have been penning “Law and Disorder” for the Dayton City Paper […]

News of the weird 10/14

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Bionic shoes Police in Japan’s Kyoto Prefecture raided a shoe manufacturer in July and […]