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Manchester Orchestra

Nov. 23 • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Manchester Orchestra is loud and rattling, both from the volume the group can unleash and from the depth and emotion in its lyrics. Whether filtered through computer speakers or amplified live from the stages of some of America’s best venues, the group’s music has a way of making “all the feels” come rocketing to the surface. 
  

The Texas Guitar Women

Nov. 24 • McAuley High School Performance Center

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 20, 2013
The Texas Guitar Women are not merely a badass group of women — they are a badass group.  

Miles on Film, ODB WTF and Kendrick vs. GQ

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 20, 2013
The film about Miles Davis that Don Cheadle has been trying to get made finally gets the green-light (with Cheadle as the Jazz legend), the premiere of a new Ol' Dirty Bastard documentary falls apart in classic ODB style after a cease-and-desist and Kendrick Lamar makes the cover of GQ but cancels a performance at the mag's party due to the cover story's questionable content.
  

Soulbird Soars Again

India.Arie resurrects her music career with a SongVersation

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 13, 2013
After a humbling tour as an opening act, Grammy-winning singer/songwriter India.Arie took a break from music before returning to the spotlight with her new album, SongVersation.
  

Ubahn Gives Hip Hop and EDM Fans a Fest of Their Own

Plus, David Wolfenberger returns, Freekbass kickstarts album and more

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 13, 2013
The new Ubahn Fest showcases DJs, EDM and Hip Hop in a vacant transit tunnel near the riverfront this weekend. Plus, David Wolfenberger to play with old pal/bandmate Mark Olson, the first video from "The MidPoint Sessions" emerges and Freekbass kickstarts a new album project.
  

Biblical Bruce, Bad Lyrics Sites and a Jagged Little Musical

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Rutgers University in (obviously) New Jersey launches new course that examines the biblical references in Bruce Springsteen's music, David Lowery and the National Music Publishers’ Association go after websites that host song lyrics without publishing licenses and Alanis Morissette announces plans to turn her 1995 album Jagged Little Pill into a (probably horrible) musical.
  

Stepdad

Nov. 14 • MOTR Pub

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 12, 2013
With tour response reaching a fever pitch and new material working its way into recent sets, Stepdad and its “8-bit Power Pop” could be the breakout sensations of the new year.  

Justin Moore

Nov. 15 • Bank of Kentucky Center

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Country music is bursting at the seams with hot, young men, but Justin Moore isn’t just another name soon to fade away. He’s the real thing and he’s here to stay.  

Trampled by Turtles

Nov. 15 • Taft Theatre

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Trampled by Turtles is another band in the Alt Folk movement manned by rockers who decided to dabble in acoustic music as a change of pace and found so much success with it that it stuck.
  

Dwight Yoakam

Nov. 16 • Horseshoe Casino

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Dwight Yoakam is an enormously influential figure for rescuing ’80s-era, Nashville, Tenn.,-based commercial Country music from its reliance on cloyingly familiar, Pop-oriented musical clichés and boring, hack storytelling truisms. 
  

Unknown Hinson

Nov. 17 • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 12, 2013
 The personality known as Unknown Hinson is portrayed by Stuart Danny Baker, a hell of a guitarist from North Carolina who invented the tongue-in-cheek character so he could rip on everything from Hendrix tunes to original songs like “Fish Camp Woman,” “I Ain’t Afraid of Your Husband” and “I Cleaned Out a Room (In My Trailer for You).”  

Get to the Point

Pianist Ed Moss’ unique Jazz club remains one of Cincinnati’s best-kept secrets

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 6, 2013
A unique and comfortable listening room created by Jazz pianist Ed Moss, Schwartz’s Point Jazz Club is a mystery to most Cincinnatians, despite the fact that many drive by the club on a regular basis.
  

Digging Deep

Ben Knight and the Welldiggers have stories to tell on their debut album, Divining Rod

1 Comment · Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Ben Knight and the Welldiggers play American music. Kentucky Country music. A noble homage to generations of toil and progress. The songs on the Cincinnati band’s debut release, Divining Rod, are a frighteningly intimate introduction to Ben Knight, the storyteller. He and the Welldiggers earnestly compose new and original tunes that catch your attention with equal parts nostalgia and intrigue.  

Helping Veterans with the Healing Power of Music

Plus, the Blues & Boogie Piano Summit returns, Dallas Moore receives high honor and MC Till and Sean Little launch Cincinnati Homeshow Tour

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 6, 2013
The local chapter of the Guitars for Veterans organization presents a benefit event/auction this Sunday. Plus, Ricky Nye brings the Blues and Boogie Piano Summit back to Newport, Dallas Moore honored by the Outlaw Music Hall of Fame and MC Till and Sean Little launch their intimate Cincinnati Homeshow Tour.
  

Britney: Torture or Gospel?

Plus, YouTube launches messy music awards and James Blake and Lou Reed name mixups

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Britney Spears' music gets used as a pirate repellent and to tell the story of Jesus, the YouTube Music Awards were an unfocused mess, some dumb social media users mix up their Lous and James Blake wins the Mercury Prize, then gets dissed during his introduction.