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Spin It: Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds 2011, Sour Mash Life is full of surprises. A few of them are good; many are terrible. To paraphrase Radiohead, sometimes we want no surprises. Noel Gallagher’s first solo album unveils a distinct lack of shock -and thank God. For true Oasis fans, listening to Noel Gallagher’s High […]

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Cowtown releases its “creatures”

Columbus new-wavers Phantods visit Blind Bob’s By Tim Anderl In 2009, a female-fronted, new-wave quintet comprised of local music veterans emerged in Columbus and their kooky and campy self-titled debut was released to rave reviews in the blogosphere and national indie music press. Almost immediately the band found themselves on the College Music Journal Top […]

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Shocker In Gloomtown

Part IV: Oscillating circuits By Kyle Melton [Editor’s Note: “Shocker in Gloomtown: Part III” is the third installment in a five-part series by the DCP looking at the past, present and future of the Dayton music scene. This series was originally run in the DCP in 2008.] By 2003, the local music scene emerged from […]

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Front Row: Drive A

Los Angeles rockers peel in to the Attic Club in Kettering With tours supporting everyone from the Used to Alkaline Trio and HIM in their rearview mirror, radical Los Angeles punk quartet Drive A are revving up their engines for a headlining run they’re calling the “Let’s Get Wrecked” tour that brings them to the […]

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Front Row: Christmas in Cape Breton

Cityfolk presents one-of-a-kind show Natalie MacMaster: Christmas in Cape Breton Canadian fiddler/dance-stepper Natalie MacMaster will return to Dayton on December 4 to present her new seasonal program, Christmas in Cape Breton. Based on her holiday traditions growing up off the coast of mainland Nova Scotia, MacMaster blends familiar Christmas carols and songs with Cape Breton […]

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Rooted in Dayton, growing in cyberspace

Local experimental label Orange Milk Records hits your computer screen with a baseball bat By W.C. Ruffnel The experimental nature of music is often largely misunderstood – most people assume something labeled as such is extreme or unlistenable. When one might take into consideration the fact that the psychedelic era of the Beatles was at […]

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Sevendust has a cold day memory

Clint Lowery and Sevendust, rock out at McGuffy’s By Alan Sculley Clint Lowery was no stranger to carrying a big part of the songwriting load in Sevendust. When he was in the band for its first four albums, he was the main songwriter (with guitarist John Connolly and drummer Morgan Rose, also significant contributors). But […]

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Gracious peasant

Mosquito Hawk Exquisite issues vintage psych-rock from Gem City By Kyle Melton Although best known for his work with the horror-punk outfit the Jackalopes, Chad Wells recently revived an old endeavor, Mosquito Hawk Exquisite, to issue his newest musical endeavor, Cricketbows. With a decidedly left turn into vintage-tinged psychedelia, the band’s latest album Mycosmic Transmission […]

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Spin It: Part Chimp / Torche

Part Chimp / Torche Split [Chunklet Industries] To celebrate their November U.S. tour together, sludgy English rock band Part Chimp teamed with Florida metal maestros Torche for a limited-edition (500 copies pressed), split 12” record.  For their half of the split, Torche deliver their take on three classics from Dayton hometown heroes Guided By Voices. […]

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Shocker In Gloomtown

Part III: This flag signals goodbye By Kyle Melton [Editor’s Note: “Shocker in Gloomtown: Part III” is the third installment in a five-part series by the DCP looking at the past, present and future of the Dayton music scene. This series was originally run in the DCP in 2008.] As the Dayton music scene reeled […]

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Home. Grown. History.

Troy celebrates 200 years by Janell Ward Photo: A group of friends spends time in Troy in 1888; photo: Troy […]

Biplanes and barnstormers

WACO Museum Fly-In lands in Troy by Andy Hertel Photo: A row of vintage biplanes on display in Troy; photo: […]

One good eye

Cyclops Festival returns for fourth DIY year By Tim Anderl Photo: Cyclops Festival, the handmade art and apparel event, will take […]

Causing an uproar

Godsmack shreds across the country By Alan Sculley Photo: Godsmack will perform on Aug. 17 at Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati […]

Yellow Springs Theater Company

New company of professionals pushes theatrical boundaries By Joyell Nevins Photo: The Yellow Springs Theater Company rehearses D’Arc Comedy by wanda […]

Give it a spin

Whirled Festival of Tops By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: The festivities begin at 5 p.m. in the area north of the […]