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Same ol’ situation?

Motley Crue visits Riverbend in Cincinnati By Alan Sculley The last time Motley Crue toured with Kiss, the situation couldn’t have been much different than it is this summer as these two popular bands hit the road together for one of the year’s biggest tours. It was 1982, and Motley Crue was just getting started […]

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Roger and me

Duran drummer Roger Taylor dishes on supermodels, David Lynch and the thrill of getting your video banned By Jason Webber The only thing more surprising than being able to actually secure an interview with a member of Duran Duran – arguably the biggest group of the 1980s – is that member being drummer Roger Taylor. […]

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Noise worth listening to

Boston’s The Grown-Up Noise return to Dayton By Amanda Clay The Grown-Up Noise, a multi-talented group out of Boston that got its start in 2007 is coming to Dayton. Since their start, they have grown into an act that straddles the fences of several genres of music, including indie, folk-pop and Americana; an amalgam of […]

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Mouth for war

Detroit’s Tides of War unleashes fury upon Blind Bob’s By Gary Spencer Metallic hardcore has been making a comeback here in the U.S., and Detroit’s Tides of War are one of the stateside bands making it happen.  While admittedly drawing musical influence from bands as disparate as The Acacia Strain and Weekend Nachos, Tides of […]

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With surgical focus

Rare OTEP performance at McGuffy’s By Tim Anderl Otep Shamaya, the singer-songwriter behind heavy metal tour-de-force OTEP, possesses a sharp and polarizing personality that makes her one of the most compelling artists in heavy music and one of the bravest pioneers the genre has ever seen.  Her ferocity and laser focus aren’t limited to the […]

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Behind the wheels

Local DJs spin different paths By Wu W.A.N.G. This week, we catch up with two local “record junkies,” Beth Lewis (aka Lady Bandit) and Terry Repp (aka DJ TREPP), now both DJs. Individually, these two have been flying low and off of the radar, as they have quietly honed their skills in the early days […]

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Dukes of September at Fraze

Donald Fagen, Boz Scaggs and Michael McDonald team up By Alan Sculley Having come together in 2010 for a first edition of the Dukes Of September Rhythm Revue tour, Donald Fagen (of Steely Dan), Michael McDonald and Boz Scaggs reached a pleasing conclusion about the venture. The concept of the tour – three established singers […]

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Get It

Buffalo Killers return with new album, Dig. Sow. Love. Grow. By Kyle Melton In a climate that seems to reward anything new and shiny the moment it arrives, it’s refreshing to see a band like Buffalo Killers continue to demonstrate the value of building roots. With their latest album, Dig. Sow. Love. Grow. (out August […]

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La Familia de Musica

Son del Caribe’s “traditional, hardcore” salsa By Rusty Pate Son del Caribe plays salsa music and that sounds simple enough. The imagery that springs from such a declarative statement materializes almost immediately. A tight, rhythm-heavy group pulsates from the stage as the dance floor bounces beneath beautiful Latinas in flowing skirts, dapper Latinos and an […]

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Strange Waves

New sounds from across the pond By Benjamin Smith I’m no Nostradamus. Yet I do predict that one night, while sipping absinthe on the Trolley Stop patio, a local musician will question me about this column’s value (or lack thereof). The inquisitor appears hazy in my vision, but I see…yes…I see that he can pass […]

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Chew on this: 04/14

Banishing the blues with blueberries By Jayne Powers A change of seasons often signals a change in what we eat. Springtime […]

The Docket: 04/14

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim A mirror misunderstanding Officers responded to a theft report in a grocery store parking lot. […]

Liberation literature

Yellow Springs author Virginia Hamilton leaves lasting impact By Erin Callahan Photo: Author Virginia Hamilton and her husband, poet Arnold […]

Advice Goddess: 4/14

By Amy Alkon Flee circus My mom left when I was young, and my former husband left me, too. Maybe […]

News of the weird: 04/14

By Chuck Shepherd Wait, what? An unarmed man, suspected of no crime, who three years ago was shot 16 times […]

Art meets Ag at Antioch College

AgriCULTURE exhibit at Herndon Gallery By Lisa Bennett Photo: Jeff Schmuki, Homestead III; photo: Dennie Eagleson What do agriculture and […]