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Why We Care So Much

Sam at Eleven Celebrate Release of Debut Album ‘The Year We Won’ By Kyle Melton It can often be a struggle for emerging local bands to find their niche and build a sizable following. In the case of the defunct alt-punk quartet HQAX [pronounced ‘hoax’], external confusion regarding their name and internal confusion over the […]

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Funeral for a Satellite

The Esther Caulfield Orchestra at South Park Tavern By Kyle Melton While the myriad of music that emerged from the 1960s continues to inform and inspire modern practitioners, there are those acolytes that seek to faithfully reinterpret the tones and production values of that bygone era. As one of these acts, the Esther Caulfield Orchestra […]

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Hit and run

Austin’s the Hi-Tones stop in Dayton En Route  to SXSW By Kyle Melton It’s not exactly a well-kept secret that Austin, Texas is one of the most affluent music cities in the world at the moment. From the Austin City Limits television program to the massive South by Southwest (SXSW) annual music festival right down […]

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Bent around a dying dream

Louisville’s The Fervor Celebrate Release of ‘Arise, Great Warrior’ By Kyle Melton Hardly a day goes by anymore without yet another story coming out decrying the death of the music industry and claiming that people will never pay for music again. While the traditional music industry may be dying, that hardly means the death of […]

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They will rise

As I Lay Dying to invigorate the Attic By Nick Schwab Hitting the listener with blunt force trauma, the attack of As I Lay Dying is obeisantly a metal band. However, if one were to make an incision into the heart or the brain of the lyrics, it would reveal the San Diego, Calif. act […]

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Worth the trip: Interpol

One-on-one with Daniel Kessler By Christopher Schutte Interpol makes their first area appearance in nearly four years at the LC in Columbus’ Arena District on Sunday, Feb. 13. The band is touring in support of their ambitious new self-titled album and has been receiving rave reviews for their current live show. Recently departed bass player […]

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Guided by Vices

Music that’s ‘worth it’ this month By Christopher Schutte While the winter months are traditionally not flush with noteworthy new releases (or live shows), there are certainly more than a few worthy of your attention. As we are constantly assaulted with a never-ending stream of information, time has become the most precious of commodities. With […]

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Hometown Glory

Why Dayton beats to the sound of its own drum By Keith Bange When most people speak of their hometown and the pride that they take in the things that make their town what it is, music is a very large part in some circles. A local music scene is a very important cog in […]

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The Proof

The Bengsons Bring Vaudeville to Canal Street Tavern By Matt Clevenger It was a chance meeting in New York City that gave birth to husband and wife folk-rock duo the Bengsons and their story reads like a scene straight out of a Broadway musical. “We actually met because we were playing in somebody else’s band […]

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Amor or Armor

Dayton’s Dirty Socialites Plan Debut Album Release By Matt Clevenger Local indie/alternative rockers the Dirty Socialites are off to a good start in 2011, with their debut album “Amor or Armor” set for release early this year and a series of upcoming shows planned throughout January and February. “We’re just putting the finishing touches on […]

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News of the weird: 11/18

With Chuck Shepherd The other world series In October, another premier world sports event reached its climax, with one team […]

Advice Goddess 11/18/14

Along came polygraph by Amy Alkon   I’m an aspiring comedian – seriously aspiring – so I’m out most nights […]

The Docket: 11/18

Strange, but true: Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove A new trend? A 36-year-old woman […]

Advice Goddess: 11/11

By Amy Alkon Scold rush  I try to be direct, but my girlfriend often sees this as meanness. For example, […]

The Docket 11/11/14

Strange, but true: Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove Hail seizure! Officers responded to a […]

news of the weird 11/11

by Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Baby beauty Amanda Collins, 28, took “beauty pageant mom” to the next level (down) […]