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Vox Populi

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WYSO Community Concert returns to Riverscape MetroPark Photo: The Claudettes (above) will appear at the WYSO Community Concert By Matt Clevenger Labor Day is almost here, and that means it’s also time for another late-summer tradition; the WYSO Community Concert at Riverscape MetroPark. “We always do it the Sunday after Labor Day,” WYSO development director […]

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Such sort-of great heights

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Such sort-of great heights Wax nostalgic, new with Lake Street Dive at Riverbend (l-r) Lake Street Dive’s Mike Calabrese, Rachel Price, Bridget Kearney, and Mike Olson photo: Danny Clinch By Gary Spencer Every once in a while, a band comes around that takes familiar musical sounds and presents them in a way that is personable and […]

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Something Warped this way comes

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Warped tour continues twisting to Cincinnati Photo: Attila plays at Riverbend Music Center July 19, part of this year’s Warped tour lineup By Alan Sculley It was early afternoon during the opening week of this year’s Warped tour when tour founder and organizer Kevin Lyman called in for an interview to discuss all things Warped. […]

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This is Steve

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Experience Delicate Steve at 2nd Yellow Springs SpringsFest Delicate Steve headlines SpringsFest at 8 p.m. July 8; photo: Guy Eppel By Justin Kreitzer In only its second year, SpringsFest is already taking off. The laidback festival, held Saturday, July 8 on the lawn of the John Bryan Community Center in Yellow Springs, is produced by […]

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Awakening music 

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Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit bring ‘Nashville Sound’ to Rose (l-r) Jimbo Hart, Derry deBorja, Sadler Vaden, Jason Isbell, and Chad Gamble; photo: Danny Clinch By Dave Gil de Rubio Life is clearly good for Jason Isbell. Since embracing sobriety five years ago, his career has seen an upward trajectory with a string of […]

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Killing time

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Dayton supergroup Lioness releases Time Killer at Jimmie’s Ladder 11 Nathan Peters (front) and some of the other 10 members of Lioness conquer Jimmie’s Ladder 11 June 24 with Time Killer; photo: Jennifer Taylor By Josher Lumpkin There’s a uniqueness to the new Lioness record that could only be achieved by having 11 seasoned musicians […]

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Fast backward, forward

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Journey through sound with Joe Jackson in Cincinnati Photo: Connect with Joe Jackson at Cincinnati’s Taft Theatre June 13; photo: Jacob Blickenstaff By Tim Walker “I don’t think anyone knows what the hell to do,” Joe Jackson tells the Dayton City Paper about the state of the record business and his place in it. “The music […]

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Midwest’s best

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DCP music writers highlight Nelsonville Music Festival Photo: Cloud Nothings take the Main Stage June 2 at Nelsonville Music Festival   Ween Saturday, June 3, 9:30 p.m., Main Stage They Might Be Giants Friday, June 2, 9:30 p.m., Main Stage By Gary Spencer In the past, most bands featured at the annual Nelsonville Music Festival have […]

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Prog rock for president

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Abertooth Lincoln wins big at Rockstar Pro Arena By Justin Kreitzer Photo: Ashley Pooler of Abertooth Lincoln addresses politically charged topics, here burning a copy of DCP’s ‘Worst of 2016’ edition cover featuring Brock Turner   Dayton’s premiere progressive punk rock band Abertooth Lincoln has entrenched itself in the local music scene over the years […]

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Million mile traveler

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Peter Mulvey celebrates 25 years of music at Yellow Cab By Gary Spencer Photo: Indie-folk musician Peter Mulvey celebrates 25 years of songwriting Saturday, April 22 at Yellow Cab Tavern; photo: Elisabeth Witt Indie-folk music is one of those subgenres of music that seems to spawn both artists who get hot for a minute and […]

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Charged particles

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Cincinnati’s Electric Citizen livens heavy rock at Jimmie’s Ladder 11 Photo: Laura Dolan of Electric Citizen brings heavy rock to Jimmie’s April 8; photo: Joshua Ford   There’s a saying that goes, “What’s old is new again,” and that adage is often applicable to music. Particularly in the world of heavy metal, the retro sounds of […]

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Eating electricity

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Andy Gabbard channels AC/DC at Yellow Cab By Morgan Laurens Photo: Andy Gabbard, of Buffalo Killers notoriety, strips away heavy guitars for his solo, bare-bones rock; photo: Sven Kahns   A favorite childhood band can say a lot about a person: their passions, their priorities, their preferred style of air guitar. Andy Gabbard’s early obsession […]

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Let By Gods be By Gods

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The By Gods blast ‘simple, catchy, loud’ at Peach’s, Blind Bob’s By Josher Lumpkin Photo: The By Gods teleport Blind Bob’s to the ’90s on March 24 and Peach’s Grill on March 25; photos: Bradley Spitzer Sometimes a band stands out by being exceedingly technical and of such accomplishment and talent that every song is […]

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Who is Ernie Johnson from Detroit?

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Cincy funk band set to bless Trolley Stop By Joey Ferber   Photo: Ernie Johnson from Detroit’s (l-r) Collin Thompson, Wayne Kilgard, Drew Loftspring, Nathan Lewis, Eric Osmanoglu, and Dusty Bryant take on Trolley Stop March 17; photo: Kristoph Klein   All we knew about the Cincinnati band was that whomever Ernie Johnson is, he—or […]

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Continents of music collide

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Del Sol Quartet and didgeridooist Stephen Kent find common ground at UD By Megan Constable Photo: Del Sol Quartet’s (l-r) violinst Benjamin Kreith, violinist Rick Shinozaki, violist Charlton Lee, and cellist Kathryn Bates; photo: RJ Muna Not many people have heard the elegant sounds of a string quartet accompanied by a didgeridoo. The University of Dayton is […]

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Classic cocktail of sound

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Pink Martini shakes things up at the Schuster By Tim Walker Photo: Thomas Lauderdale and China Forbes backed by Pink Martini’s ‘little orchestra’photo: Chris Hornbeckerphoto: Chris Hornbecker   Pink Martini occupies a unique niche in the world of modern music, combining classical, pop, jazz, and lounge music with Latin beats and lush vocals. The melange […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/19

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Major key Last weekend a local couple was watching TV in their living room, having a relaxing evening, when suddenly […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/12

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Jesus take the wheel A local couple recently decided to visit their church on a particularly warm and muggy Sunday […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/5

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Flightless In a local park, police were dispatched to the crime scene. A woman called the police when she realized […]

The Docket: 8/29

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Stolen in a nanosecond Just last week a woman visited her local sheriff’s office to place a tip on a […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/22

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Totally secure knot …not In a local home a garage door was broken into. This garage door was perfectly secured […]