Indie Rock power trios are as common as
crime, but the ones that rise to the top of the form defy the
limitations of their numbers by sounding more expansive than the
standard guitar/bass/drums set-up.
Locals 40lbs of Lye, Jim Pelz and Technicolor Monster celebrate new releases this weekend. Plus, MC Till and friends plot out a new Hip Hop-centric album and book for kids and submissions are now open for showcase consideration at the 2015 MidPoint Music Festival.
Although hints of growled dirty vocals
sometimes form an undercurrent to the proceedings and even push to the
forefront, The Contortionist seems detached from the Deathcore/Death
Metal proponents with which it is often grouped.
Oodles of local (and national/regional) acts perform this weekend to benefit Northern Kentucky radio station WNKU, local Jazz drummers unite for the BHM Drum Summit, the Tie Dye Ball, featuring Spookfloaters and Jerry’s Little Band,returns to benefit Play It Forward org and rockers Glassworld release debut EP.
If any old fogey tries to tell you there is no soul
left in modern music, sit him (or her) down in his favorite reclining
chair and tell him to shut up and listen while you give him a juicy
taste of The Main Squeeze.