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Spin it: You’re Welcome, 9/20/11

Unleash the Nightbeast The new sophomore album from Dayton rapper/jokester/all-around nice guy Nick Testa — aka the Nightbeast — is titled You’re Welcome. And it’s definitely enough to make even the most jaded hip-hop fan exclaim “Thank you!”
Testa’s long-awaited follow-up to his nerdcore rap classic-in-the-making Inside Jokes For Outside Folks is a joyously nutty good […]

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We’re all in this together

Chicago’s Hospital Garden returns to Dayton to release Haunter By Kyle Melton While small cities like Dayton may offer ample opportunities for bands to pursue their muse unhindered by expectations and build a strong community amongst themselves, in a city like Chicago, bigger clubs and regular appearances by big-name touring bands offer up-and-coming acts chances […]

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Spin it: All the Waters of the Earth Turn to Blood, 9/20/11

The Body All the Waters of the Earth Turn to Blood [At a Loss Records] This slab o’ wax is a vinyl-only reissue of The Body’s magnum opus All the Waters of the Earth Turn to Blood, which was originally released in 2010. I must say, the hype the album received is justified as All […]

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The next right thing

Seth Glier brings his unique sound to Canal Street Tavern By Alan Sculley On many days when singer/keyboardist Seth Glier is on tour, he and guitarist Ryan Hommel will go to a veterans’ hospital, children’s hospital or some other health facility to play for patients. “Mostly we’ll go for an hour or an hour and […]

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Leave the porch light on

The End Times Spasm Band brings early jazz into modern era By Kyle Melton In the early 20th century, the cultural and musical shift brought on by the advent of jazz defined the era. While the form’s rampant evolution quickly moved past its humble origins, its earliest strains continued to reveal themselves as a vibrant […]

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Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun a rising star

Future for Atlanta-based rockers looks bright By Benjamin Dale Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun, the indie-electro rockers from Atlanta, are set to take the stage with Dayton’s Oh Condor and Grey Leaves, along with Belle Historie from Cincinnati at Blind Bob’s Friday, September 16. DCP got the chance to chat with Micah Silverman, Today […]

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Front Row: Dirty Little Secrets

Dirty Little Secrets: Sensual Fascination Show J-Alans, September 17 If Chuck Barris had hosted The Gong Show while tripping on laced acid, the fabled variety show may have resembled something like A Dirty Little Secret, the ongoing series of debauched vaudeville performances that will certainly make your mother blush (unless she’s freaky). Conceived and orchestrated […]

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Front Row: In Solitude

McGuffy’s House of Rock September 20 It’s not often that a band from overseas comes to play Dayton, but that rule will be broken a week from today when Sweden’s In Solitude take the stage at McGuffy’s before a crowd of unsuspecting Daytonians. In Solitude could be considered part of what some critics are calling […]

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Dayton’s Ladyfest

The ladies don’t skirt around at this music festival By Gary Spencer I bet there are quite a few of you out there reading this and wondering, “What exactly is Ladyfest?” Ladyfest is a pancontinental, not-for-profit, music and arts festival that celebrates and showcases local female musicians, visual artists, fashion designers, performance artists and authors […]

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Altering Dayton’s X-Fest

Alter Bridge comes to X-Fest at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds By Alan Sculley When Creed broke up in 2003, three of its members — guitarist Mark Tremonti, bassist Brian Marshall and drummer Scott Phillips — formed the group Alter Bridge, wasting little time in moving forward after losing the band that had made three hit […]

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On craft and craftsmanship

In the studio with Landon Crowell By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Landon Crowell, Inertia in Light of a Likely Disaster, 2011. Wood, […]

Modern masters, talking turkeys and the king himself

Your summer roadmap to art in Cincinnati By Susan Byrnes Photo: Trenton Doyle Hancock, “Hot Coals in Soul,” 2010. Acrylic and […]

International flavor, Midwest vibe

Annual Festival of Nations returns By Andy Hertel Photo: The Brazil delegation proudly represents its country at the 2012 Festival of […]

It’s my party

Troy Hayner Cultural Center rings in 100 years By Alyssa Reck Photo: Hayner Days will begin at 11 a.m. on Aug. […]

Scene around the fence

Beautifying a Yellow Springs construction space By Tammy Newsom Photo:  This is a wall of many capers. A Young’s Dairy […]

Drawn on the lawn

Annual Art on the Lawn event returns By Evan Shaub Photo: A musician performs at 2013’s Art on the Lawn event; […]