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Sam Bush

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 3, 2003
Just as generational pioneers like Bill Monroe and Del McCoury shaped and defined Bluegrass music from its humble beginnings, Sam Bush learned the craft from the masters and then did a little pioneer  


0 Comments · Wednesday, July 30, 2003
NYC's Cardia mines a spacious cavern of soulful Guitar Pop with textural depth and high-ceilinged melodicism. Fans of Jeff Buckley, Muse and Ours will want to warp their ears around Cardia's self-tit  

Sam Lowry

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 29, 2003
Somewhere in the realm of the Indie/Americana stylings of Sparklehorse and The Tindersticks floats the somber atmospherics of Between the Lotus and the Han, the new album from Sam Lowry. The Bloom  

Cincinnati Rock Machine

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 22, 2003
Further proof that Cincinnati musicians are learning the lesson that, if you build it up, they will come: the Cincinnati Rock Machine series. This new monthly showcase, presented by exceptional lo  

Cast Iron Filter

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2003
Is it Roots Rock? Is it "Newgrass"? Is it psychedelic Folk? It's hard to pin down exactly what North Carolina's Cast Iron Filter are trying to do with their music. And that's exactly what wil  

Nancy Bick Clark

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2003
If you're suffering from those post-holiday blues this week and you want to ease yourself back into the live music swing of things, why not check out the Leo Coffeehouse event this weekend. The Q  

Real Mother

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 1, 2003
In 2000, Dayton Hard Rock bands World Gone Wrong and Lucky Levin called it quits. Being two groups from the same scene, the band members had developed a friendly rapport that ultimately led to the  


0 Comments · Thursday, December 19, 2002
Denton, Texas' favorite sons, Slobberbone, swing through Newport's Southgate House this Thursday for a special benefit show. The powerful Roots Rock machine will perform to raise money the Nancy  

Army of Freshman

0 Comments · Thursday, December 12, 2002
Ventura, Calif.'s Army of Freshmen is turning heads on tour and in the industry, for two different reasons, of course. Fans are taking to the sugar-sweet Pop/Rock sound that bounces with New Wave  

Mary Lee's Corvette

0 Comments · Thursday, December 5, 2002
It's one thing to ambitiously take on the task of covering one of the greatest albums of the last century at a live show. It's another thing to record it, release it and garner a tasty record de  

The Bloodthirsty Lovers

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 27, 2002
The Bloodthirsty Lovers is the new project from prolific Memphis-based singer/songwriter, David Shouse, best known as the leader of both The Grifters and Those Bastard Souls. The Lovers' self-tit  

Drums and Tuba

0 Comments · Thursday, November 21, 2002
Eccentric trio Drums and Tuba return to Cincinnati this week for what should be one of the more unusual shows to check out locally. Those still lamenting the loss of Dayton's Tooba Blooze over a   

Peter Case

0 Comments · Thursday, November 14, 2002
It's a distant memory now, but Peter Case is considered one of the grandpappies of the Power Pop movement, thanks to his role in influential bands like the short-lived Nerves and the not-much-lon  


0 Comments · Thursday, November 7, 2002
Lamb Lost In the City (Cordero Perdido en la Ciudad) is the stunning debut album from Brooklyn's Cordero, a bilingual, multi-faceted Indie Rock group fronted by the singer/songwriter Ani Cordero. The  

Captured! By Robots

0 Comments · Thursday, October 31, 2002
Captured! By Robots is a no-apologies "novelty" act, to be sure -- the schtick is that a human minion, JBOT, has been taken hostage by a clan of evil robots that he has created. J, spurned by hu