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Skeleton Hands Ride Moody Wave on ‘Gone’

Plus, new releases this weekend from Dallas Moore and Pure Predication

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 30, 2013
After a couple of singles and EPs on esteemed (and diverse) local Electronic/EDM label Racecar Productions, local electronic Coldwave/Darkwave duo Skeleton Hands present a free album release party.  

Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Return Sunday

Annual celebration of Greater Cincinnati musicians enters 16th year

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The 16th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards — honoring Greater Cincinnati's local music scene — take place at the Madison Theater in Covington this Sunday, featuring live performances from Bad Veins, The Dopamines, Jess Lamb, Gold Shoes, Ricky Nye and much more.
  

Cincinnati Entertainment Awards' Lineup Announced

Plus news on The Cliftones, School of Rock Mason and two new local bands

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The lineup for this year's Cincinnati Entertainment Awards (Jan. 27 at Covington's Madison Theater) will feature a broad genre mix of nominees.
  

Music Industry ‘Reference’ E-Book Due in 2013

'Musician’s Desk Reference' announces 2013 launch and Kim Taylor goes to Sundance

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Brian Penick, musician turned music-biz entrepreneur with his two-year-old promo company, the Counter Rhythm Group, announces the 2013 release of an expansive and ambitious interactive e-book to help musicians navigate the modern music industry. Plus, singer/songwriter Kim Taylor preps a new album, but first visits the Sundance Film Festival in Utah for the world premiere of the feature film, I Used to Be Darker, in which she co-stars.
  

Sacred Harp Sessions: A Passion Project

Kelly Thomas continues tribute to her influences, plus Kelly Richey adds Freekbass to trio

0 Comments · Friday, January 4, 2013
Kelly Thomas continues The Sacred Harp Sessions, her tribute to the people and music that have influenced her life and career. Plus, The Kelly Richey Band becomes a power trio with the addition of drummer Jyn Yates and Funk master Freekbass on bass.
  

Afghan Whigs’ New Year’s Eve Show: An Ohio Music Family Reunion

1 Comment · Friday, December 28, 2012
It’s anyone’s guess what the Whigs will play Monday night, but the opening acts on the bill give the show a “family reunion” feel and provide a hint that at least one song not played in October would make it into the NYE set.    

CEA Tickets Now Available

Plus, kids' music superstar Zac Morgan celebrates major label debut Saturday

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Tickets for the 16th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, honoring some of the best of the local music scene, are on sale now and would make a great stocking stuffer, as would Cincinnati singer/songwriter Zak Morgan's major label debut, the kids' music masterpiece, The Barber of the Beasts.
  

The Hiders’ Tremendous ‘Temenos’ Drops Saturday

Plus, Billy Wallace, Knife the Symphony and Swear Jar celebrate new releases and the Comet Bluegrass All-Stars celebrate the holidays

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The latest Greater Cincinnati music news, including details on new releases from The Hiders, Knife the Symphony, Swear Jar and Billy Wallace, plus a very Comet Bluegrass All-Stars Xmas.
  

The Cla-Zels Rock on Second LP of 2012

Plus, Robthebank returns, Play It Forward presents photo show and Mark Ultey nests in Price Hill

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Diverse local foursome The Cla-Zels release their second full-length album this weekend, Robthebank returns with new LP after decade-plus break, Play It Forward presents a Rock & Roll photo show at The Redmoor and Mark Utley nests in Price Hill with some of his very talented friends.
  

Northside Gets a Record Fair

Northside Record Fair debuts and Over the Rhine preps two new LPs for 2013

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 28, 2012
This Saturday brings the first ever Northside Record Fair, featuring used, new and rare recordings in various formats and various other musical merch for sale (flea market-style), to Hoffner Lodge. Plus, Over the Rhine plays annual holiday show at the Taft Theatre and preps two new albums for 2013.
  

Radio King Cowboys Show Off New ‘Chaps’

And The Newbees get a do-over for its release party for new LP, 'Modern Vintage'

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Release parties at the Revival! Rootsy, rollicking Americana all-star group Tex Schramm and the Radio King Cowboys gear up for the release of their sophomore album, Lucky Chaps, and The Newbees' rescheduled release party for their excellent new LP Modern Vintage comes on Thanksgiving eve. Both release parties are at Southgate House Revival.
  

Mr. Dibbs Salutes Skandal Da Ruckus Man

Plus, Buffalo Killers come home, Yugos rock OTR Skate and Dallas Moore preps new single

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Cincy Hip Hop icon Mr. Dibbs pays tribute to late local Hip Hop artist Skandal Da Ruckus Man with new EP to benefit Skandal's daughter.
  

The Tillers’ Fond ‘Farewell’ Is a Brilliant Re-Introduction

Plus notes on The Heights Music Festival, a Cincinnati Music Heritage Foundation benefit and a Culture Queer release party

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Folk faves The Tillers celebrate the release of a new live album recorded at the former Southgate House with a release party at the new Southgate House Revival.
  

New Local Releases (and the Parties that Celebrate ’Em)

This week in new Cincy-spawned releases, Ironfest returns and Blues meets the big top

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Local acts Rumpke Mountain Boys, Majestic Man, Jetset Getset and Noah Wotherspoon & Jessi Bair promote new albums this week. Plus, Ironfest presents its annual benefit concert for the daughter of the late Mike Davidson and The Medicine Men and Cheryl Renee bring Blues and R&B to the circus.
  

Halloween Infects Local Music Haunts

Local musicians get in the holiday spirit

1 Comment · Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Local musicians to dress up/perform as David Bowie, The Cure, Daft Punk and Dwarves for Halloween, while MC Forty presents the Hip Hop flavored "Crack-O-Lantern" show, Surf bands get zombified at the Southgate and Hogscraper's delayed return goes down Saturday. Also, You, You Awesome to play free show Tuesday and Yallwire.com dominating Country artists Mason James and Dallas Moore team up in Cheviot.