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YouIndie: the new frontier

Dayton-based Blog Connects Local and National Indie Culture By Kyle Melton It’s no secret that blog culture has infiltrated nearly every corner of life in the modern era. In the realm of music and pop culture, however, this takeover seems to have rendered traditional media outlets increasingly obsolete. Local blogger Tim Anderl of the YouIndie […]

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Front Row: Joey Belladonna at McGuffy’s House of Rock

Joey Belladonna at McGuffy’s House of Rock For those of you who may not recognize the name, Joey Belladonna is the lead singer of legendary Grammy-nominated thrash metal group Anthrax, who has been enjoying a recent wave of relevancy due to the overwhelming success of “The Big Four” concerts that Anthrax has been sharing the […]

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Front Row: Federal & Co.

Federal & Co. Funksters Federal & Co. stand out against today’s sample-driven hip-hop artists by combining live instrumentation with mellow storytelling, arriving somewhere between the Roots and the Ohio Players. As veterans of the Sounds Like Ohio movement, Federal & Co. offer raw refreshment in an era when the glossy production of major record labels […]

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Getting Ghetto in the Gem City

Ghettoblaster Magazine Provides Unique Perspective on Modern Music By Kyle Melton Over the past few years, the monolithic music magazine Rolling Stone experienced significant dwindling of their pages as the indie favorite Paste eliminated its print edition altogether. Largely due to the rise of MP3 music blogs, which used their ability to provide true up-to-the-minute […]

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Shivering me timbers

The band Shivering Timbers is truly a family affair By Benjamin Dale Mist clouded the lush hills of Cincinnati’s Price Hill district as I walked toward the blue station wagon that serves as Shivering Timbers’ tour bus. “Sorry we’re late – we got lost in over there in Gummo land,” Sarah said as she slammed […]

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Going the Distance

Cake slices into Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center By Matt Clevenger It’s been more than a decade since Sacramento-based alternative rockers Cake first burst onto the national music scene with their quirky debut single “Going the Distance,” generating near-constant radio and MTV airplay and platinum record sales for their second album Fashion Nugget.  Since then, the band […]

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Front row: The Freewheelin’ Wheels

If Brian Wilson had started the Beach Boys in 1930s Kentucky, they would have sounded like Wheels. The Yellow Springs folk prodigies possess a maturity and depth far beyond their years. No band member is older than 16. They sing songs of love lost and nostalgic ballads for sweet home Ohio. Hearing them, you’d think […]

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Front row: Mitch Mitchell’s Terrifying Experience

Wednesday 4/20 Omega Music The Terrifying Experience is the brainchild of Guided by Voices guitarist Mitch Mitchell, following the breakup of the “classic” GBV lineup in the mid-1990s. The band’s status as an ongoing musical entity has changed almost as many times as the band members have since their first appearance on record in 1996. […]

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Spreading the dark gospel

Dayton black metal horde Bringers of Disease celebrate newest release at Blind Bob’s By Gary Spencer Not all music being made in Dayton these days is of the “fun” variety.  Dark musical rumblings have been crawling their way out of the local music underground and up to the show circuit on occasion to shock sensibilities […]

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Healthy Spines

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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News of the weird: 09/16/14

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – A nerd’s rhapsody Nicholas Felton’s latest annual recap of his personal communications data is […]

Their exits and their entrances

Celebrating 20 years of Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Artistic director John Fleming addresses the audience during […]

In living color

Color: Impressions and Innovations at Glen Helen By Joyell Nevins Photo: Joe Barrish, “McLain Street View”; oil Our visual spectrum has […]

Advice Goddess

By Amy Alkon Whoa is me Last year, after I split up with my girlfriend, the law firm I worked […]

Law & Disorder

The last word, Not the last laugh by A.J. Wagner In 1994, Justice Harry Blackmun, in the case of Callins […]

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – They didn’t see this coming? (1) German Rolf Buchholz, who owns the Guinness Book […]