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Standing With The Rank And File

Anti-Flag Empowers People with Punk Music By Tim Anderl The roots of punk music have always intersected with politics.  Meant to be a headache for power and imperialism, political punk bands combine volume, attitude and commentary meant to infuriate, inspire and instigate grass-roots action aimed at change. Pennsylvania punk band Anti-Flag picked up this torch […]

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Genticorum’s Quebecois

A Modern Twist on Ancient Music By Khalid Moss Some folks think you need a bitchin’ rhythm section to make the music soar. They want to feel the deep thud of a bass, the bad-ass kick of the drum and the rhythmical shadings of a keyboard or guitar. Well, if that’s what floats your boat, […]

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Heartless Bastards Spread Stylistic Wings

New Album, New Musical Vision By Alan Sculley Some listeners considered The Mountain, the 2009 CD from the group the Heartless Bastards, a musical departure for the group. Yes, there were still plenty of garage-ish rock moments that carried over from the group’s first two CDs. But on The Mountain, Heartless Bastards singer/guitarist and songwriter […]

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Poison and Fire

Architects of Doom Find A Niche in the Dayton Metal Scene By Gary Spencer Many people reading this probably don’t know about Dayton-based heavy metal quartet Architects of Doom … yet.  Relative newcomers to the Dayton metal scene, A.O.D. has only been active for roughly a year now and even in that short period of […]

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The Mantras Are the Sound of Meditating

Canal Street Tavern Will Present the Band’s Sense of Positive Enlightenment By Nick Schwab The modus operandi of The Mantras according to guitarist Keith Allen is for people to “feel like anything is possible. That there is hope in the world and like they can do anything.”  Then he continues about the feeling that the […]

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Good deal

Kelley Deal looks back on 2011 By Kyle Melton Hibernation isn’t always a bad thing. After a five-year silence since their previous album, Title TK, Dayton-based twins Kelley and Kim Deal emerged once again in 2008 with their internationally renowned outfit the Breeders and a new album, Mountain Battles. The following year, Kelley issued a […]

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Music: A year in review

Record Store Day 2011 at Omega Music

A look back at 2011 in music: U.K., metal, eccentric, local and grime By The DCP Music Staff A local look back … As usual, 2011 provided numerous opportunities in Dayton to witness an underrated local scene taunting its possible futures. Here’s some of what was good this year, as well as what looks good […]

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Because we’ve been awfully good this year…

The Story Changes

Holidayton returns to Blind Bob’s for ninth year of holiday rock By Tim Anderl If you are wondering whether Santa can cram a big night of local rock ‘n’ roll into his bag of goodies this year, your ears should already be aglow and visions of boys with guitars in tight pants should be dancing […]

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Shocker In Gloomtown

Part V: Our modern love by Kyle Melton with W.C. Ruffnel As the Dayton indie music scene rolled into the end of the 2000s, numerous changes taking place set the stage for a minor resurgence in its vitality. With the once vibrant Elbo’s club closed and the might Guided By Voices closing shop, the scene […]

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Multiple personalities

Bonneville celebrate the release of Amy’s House at Canal Street Tavern By Nick Schwab “Always different, always the same.” This is a famous contradiction by radio personality John Peel when describing the conflicting style of British post-punks, the Fall. Its heart beats on in Bonneville: a Dayton breed indie-rock four piece (now residing in Columbus) […]

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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; […]

Meet the artist

Abby Rose Maurer on lines, light and the movement of drunk people By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Artist Abby Rose Maurer in […]

Addressing dress

Decked Out! explores culture through costume and adornment By Susan Byrnes Photo: Visitors to the Experiencenter look through a zoetrope, which […]