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Built to Spill

Oct. 22 • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Now comes word that Built to Spill is working on what will be its eighth full-length studio effort, which we’re told will probably drop in late 2014. Until then, the band has embarked on an extensive tour, which is good news for those of us who like to get lost in sound — Built to Spill’s epic guitar reveries are even more immersive in a live setting.
  

Sports: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Washington Wizards

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Hey, kids, did you know Cincinnati once had its own NBA team? Yes, the Cincinnati Royals, led by former University of Cincinnati star Oscar Robertson, played in the NBA from 1957-1972 until leaving to  

Photographer Michael E. Keating drops 'Cincinnati: Shadow & Light'

1 Comments · Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Michael E. Keating spent 34 years as a photojournalist at The Cincinnati Enquirer, where his vivid work gave readers views of the Queen City that could be beautiful, troubling or revealing — sometimes all at once and almost always imbued with an uncommon sense of humanity.  

Tim Easton

Oct. 13 • MOTR Pub

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 8, 2013
 Easton’s released a slew of Americana-flavored records since parting ways with Haynes Boys in the late ’90s, each time touring across America and Europe, playing for the type of small but mostly appreciative crowds that might discourage lesser men.  

Event: SuicideGirls Blackheart Burlesque Tour

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Word is that the choreographer for bigwigs such as Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé and Michael Jackson is helping craft the SuicideGirls’ first burlesque tour in six years, which we’re also to  

The Bookseller

Neil Van Uum is back with a new store at Fountain Square

1 Comments · Wednesday, October 2, 2013
With the rise of Amazon, Netflix, iTunes and myriad other Internet-driven options, old-school brick-and-mortar book, video and music stores are evaporating at a rapid pace. It’s a distressing development for many of us who grew up wandering the aisles of such places, and that isn’t just nostalgia talking.  

Olafur Arnalds

Oct. 4 • Memorial Hall

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 1, 2013
The title track is a gorgeous slow-burner marked by Arnarson’s whispery vocals and Arnalds’ atmospheric electronic compositions, which float by via twinkling keyboards and glitchy beats that sound as if they’re itching to break through to another, less nuanced record.
  

Literary: Michael E. Keating

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Emmy Award-winning photojournalist Michael E. Keating’s photographs graced the pages of The Cincinnati Enquirer for 34 years. That’s more than three decades of life in the Queen City, all of which  

Let's Go METZ!

The widespread success of METZ caught the Canadian rockers by surprise

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 25, 2013
 It’s often hard to discern what the hell frontman Alex Edkins is raging on about, but it doesn’t matter much when your frontal lobe is blown off via the trio’s lacerating racket, which sounds like In Utero-era Nirvana on fast-forward or Fugazi at its immersive, air-raid-siren best.  

Paint It Black

L.A.’s Warpaint unveils new material at MidPoint from anticipated sophomore album release

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 25, 2013
 Warpaint emits a hypnotic, groove-based blend of textures and emotions that could only have sprouted from the fertile imaginations of its four members. There’s a mysterious, unpredictable element to the band’s lush vocals and mood-altering soundscapes that is all its own.