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Music: The RustBelt Revue

A more confident Heartless Bastards hit San Francisco for the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival

0 Comments · Monday, October 22, 2007
SAN FRANCISCO -- Erika Wennerstrom misses my calls because she frequents truck stops. Her longtime friend and Heartless Bastards bassist Mike Lamping might have to remind her to put the beef jerky  

Music: Pedal Or Die

Local musicians who love bikes pitch in to help new MoBo Bicycle Co-op

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Bike culture is spreading to every corner of the earth. What might have once been considered an antiquated mode of transportation has grown into a full-fledged beast, dealing with issues like the   

Music: SXSW Midwestern Revue

Cincinnati and other Midwestern bands shine yet again at Austin's South By Southwest festival

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 21, 2007
AUSTIN, TEX. Internationally renowned music festival/conference South By Southwest is a crazy-ass time, filled with wonder, thunder and a little Rock & Roll for good measure. As I found out her  

Locals Only: : The Sweep

Former pictureshow members start anew with already prolific new band

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Once the smoke clears, he claims the band's name heralds from the days of the Cincinnati Reds sweeping the Oakland A's in the 1990 World Series. Brian Moeller, The Sweep's resident beat maker,  

Locals Only: : Eat Sugar

New, danceable local foursome finds the sweet spot

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 7, 2007
Eat Sugar plays above the good stuff. Their wrought iron shambles and blood-red carpet sanctify the sounds: upbeat and dancey, no real method abounds. Bassist Jim Reynolds can't really explain i  

Locals Only: : Fifths and Knifs

Whiskey, lifelong bond inform The Pernicious Knifs

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 21, 2006
Brothers, some by birth and some by association stick together in this fair city. In the Pernicious Knifs' case, these guys have known each other their entire lives. They've reached a state of n  

Locals Only: : 'Show Men

Expansive Indie Pop quartet pictureshow keep their eyes on the prize

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Four boyhood friends kept looking up, no matter what, and eventually grew to be men. Now they're pictureshow, a lowercase quartet of madmen and lovers. Whenever and wherever they play, a string of