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Dynamic duo

Japandroids put the ‘wham, pow, bam’ in indie rock By Tim Anderl Photo: Japandroids play Columbus June 12 [l to r] Brian King and Dave Prowse; photo credit: Leigh Righton It is nearly impossible to fathom that the sound generated by two-piece Canadian rock phenomenon Japandroids isn’t the result of a much larger powerhouse sextet or […]

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The big parade

Denver’s The Lumineers visit Riverbend Music Center By L. Kent Wolgamott Photo: The Lumineers visit Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati June 2; photo credit: Scarlet Page In 2009, Stelth Ulvang was one of dozens of Denver musicians who got a message from a New Jersey duo that was moving to Colorado and looking for contacts and […]

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Homegrown heroes

The Story Changes celebrate release of Static and Trembling  By Zach Rogers Photo: [l to r] Mark McMillon and Christopher “Poppy” Lee of The Story Changes will celebrate the release of their new album, Static and Trembling,at Blind Bob’s on May 18 How much noise can two people make? How loud can it get? And most […]

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Not just a ‘side’ show

Live local music and performance art at Sideshow 8 By Gary Spencer photo: Tim Pritchard & the Boxcar Suite perform at Sideshow 8 on May 10; photo credit: Jennifer Clarke While there is little doubt that local visual art is the backbone of the yearly Sideshow event presented by the Dayton Circus Creative Collective coinciding with Urban […]

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Shredding home

Marnie Stern with Dayton’s Nithin Kalvakota plays Canal Street  By Leo DeLuca Photo: Marnie Stern brings her distinctive brand of guitar-centric bubblegum pop to Canal Street Tavern on May 8 Marnie Stern, frequently referred to as “the lady who shreds,” will play Canal Street Tavern Wednesday, May 8, with local favorites The Motel Beds and Dear […]

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Midwest glam

Black Owls invade Peach’s Grill By Rusty Pate Photo: Columbus ’ Black Owls will perform at Peach’s Grill in Yellow Springs on Saturday, April 27 Mention the term “glam rock” and the mind immediately races to images of David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust or T Rex’s Marc Bolan slinking across the stage. I doubt a place […]

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Let’s get physical

The Miami Valley celebrates Record Store Day 2013 By Leo DeLuca Photo: Record collectors celebrate Record Store Day 2013 on Saturday, April in the Miami Valley Founded in 2007 and launched in 2008, Record Store Day (RSD) is designed to bring “independently owned record stores and artists together to celebrate the art of music,” according the […]

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To Cincinnati, with love

MusicNOW Festival thinks forward By Gary Spencer Photo: Composer Steve Reich performs at the MusicNOW Festival in Cincinnati; photo credit Jeffrey Herman Local musicians moving out of the state of Ohio and going on to success and fame in a bigger city isn’t a new story in the slightest. It’s also not totally out of character […]

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All in the family

Yellow Springs band Wheels hosts CD release party at Gilly’s By Rusty Pate Photo: Wheels returns with a CD release show at Gilly’s on April 6; photo credit: Steve Bognar Editor’s note: Although the Dayton City Paper requested an interview with members of Wheels, we were only granted an interview with their manager, Philip Bottelier, due […]

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None more slack

Wavves returns with Afraid of Heights By W. C. Ruffnel Photo: Wavves perform in Columbus on April 2 with new album Afraid of Heights; photo credit; Cat Roif Wavves have been indie darlings for, like, a minute now. Their previous album King of the Beach was released in 2010 to glowing reviews by everyone in the […]

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Fling into Spring

Miamisburg’s annual Spring Fling returns By John Hamilton Photo: The annual Miamisburg Spring Fling festival takes place May 16-17 in […]

Advice Goddess: 5/5

By Amy Alkon Eat, pray you’ll shut up, love I’ve always been a feelings stuffer, but I’ve been reading about […]

News of the weird: 05/05

By Chuck Shepherd World’s worst sculptor It seemed like a good idea when the village of Celoron, New York, paid […]

The Docket: 05/05

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Donkey wrong Police were flagged down by a […]

Chew on this: 05/05

Thinking differently about dieting By Jayne Powers Two things in life besides death and taxes seem to dominate American culture: […]

The Weight of water

Beauty, irony, loss By Susan Byrnes Photo: Prudence Gill, Over, Under, Around, and Through, 2015 Compared to many Midwestern states, […]