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Captain of Industry Return After Two-Year Hiatus By Kyle Melton For anyone familiar with the embarrassment of musical riches springing forth from the humble fountain of Dayton, the name Captain of Industry surely stands as one of the most singular voices of the last decade. Formed from the ashes of Pigeye Jackson in 2002, Captain […]

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Front Row: Record Store Day

Omega Music, 4/16/2011 By Gary Spencer The first-ever national Record Store Day celebration at the new Omega Music location in the Oregon District proved to be a huge event for participating bands, customers and the store itself. People from as far away as North Carolina populated the day’s festivities, most of whom left the store […]

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Front Row: Buffalo Killers

Canal Street Tavern, 4/29/11 By Benjamin Dale There once was a time when you could turn on a Top 40 radio station and actually hear songs that you liked – songs that you knew you would listen to for as long as you lived. There was a time when musicians wrote their own songs, played […]

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Bluegrass is greener on the Ohio side

Newfound Road brings high-energy live show to Dayton By Gary Spencer There are probably many readers and music listeners who are unaware of the ongoing (and surging) popularity of bluegrass and acoustic/roots music in the U.S.  One such band that is thriving below the radar of mainstream music is NewFound Road, a Franklin, Ohio-based group […]

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Lab Partners, Dead Rider, C. Wright’s Parlour Tricks

4/1/2011 Canal Street Tavern By Gary Spencer Another Friday night, another rock show at the long-time Dayton performance staple, Canal Street Tavern. Kicking off the night’s festivities was C. Wright’s Parlour Tricks, a Dayton band that plays fast-paced, instrumental rock ‘n’ roll with a boogie-woogie swing. And what makes this band swing is the tight-as-Botoxed-skin […]

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Guided by Vices

New releases worth a listen By Christopher Schutte One of the perks of being a music writer for the Dayton City Paper is that I receive a bunch of free music before its release date. Like many other things in life (such as 89 cent Taco Bell burritos and Robert DeNiro films), this is both […]

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Mothers Meat

Chicago’s Dead Rider Return with The Raw Dents By Kyle Melton In a musical climate where virtually anything goes, it’s easy for recombinations of musical elements to fail to achieve anything beyond pastiche. In the hands of skilled craftspeople, however, there is a frontier of musical exploration standing open for innovation. For Chicago’s Dead Rider, […]

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Sideshow 6 Preview Benefit and Dance Party

The Dayton Circus Creative Collective will be holding a benefit event for the sixth edition of the annual Dayton Circus Sideshow. Sideshow 6 is a two-day multimedia event that will coincide with Dayton’s Urban Nights on May 13, a citywide celebration of local visual art and music. This Friday’s soiree is a teaser of sorts […]

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Can’t hear the revolution

The Art of Consuming Music in the Digital Age By Kyle Melton As the web came of age in the early years of this century, a handful of sites emerged that gave bands unprecedented access to potential listeners. Sites such as Pure Volume and the ubiquitous Myspace enabled artists and listeners to interact on a […]

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Hallelujah!

Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Reverend Horton Heat visit McGuffy’s By Matt Clevenger Straight from the back roads of Brown County, Ind., the Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band will roll into McGuffy’s House of Rock this Tuesday, April 26 for a once-in-a-lifetime show with rockabilly legends the Reverend Horton Heat. Featuring the Reverend Peyton (a […]

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Debate Forum: 04/15

Forum Center: Should Ohio go green with marijuana legislation? By Alex Culpepper The push for marijuana legalization is active and healthy. […]

Debate Forum: 04/08

Forum Center: Residents claiming violation of First Amendment seek an answer to their prayers By Alex Culpepper Illustration: Joseph Rank The […]

Debate Forum: 04/01

Forum Center: SCOTUS to decide whether corporations are eligible for Heaven and Hell By Alex Culpepper Illustration: ©2013 Rob Rogers. Reprinted with permission […]

Debate Forum: 03/25

Forum Center: Tesla and the retail automobile industry By Alex Culpepper Illustration: Dennis Porter Tesla Motors is a California company that […]

Debate Commentary 03/18

Your computer files might be protected by more than just a password By Alex Culpepper One of the freedoms under […]

Debate Commentary 03/11

Forum Center: If a person objects to a police search but is not home to state it, do the police still […]