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The Lawrence Arms with The Copyrights and Sam Russo

Sunday • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 28, 2014
In the bustling, sprawling world of music — really, any medium — there will always be worthwhile artists who go generally overlooked. Though they have achieved some underground fame, The Lawrence Arms are one of those bands that deserves better.
  

Let the Good Times Roll

Twenty-six years in, the Supersuckers are still on the grind — and still dreaming big

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Even as the decades have passed and several members have moved in and out, Supersuckers remain committed to flippant, hooky, high-energy, underground-friendly Rock & Roll that heavily draws from Rockabilly, Garage Rock, Country and Punk.  

Guttermouth

Monday • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Punk Rock covers a lot of serious, meaty topics — individualism, anger, materialism, rebellion. But as Guttermouth has proven, Punk Rock can also be about spitting in the face of propriety for the sheer pleasure of it: They are reportedly banned in Canada and have a song about a donkey sex show.  

Past and Presence

Chad Valley’s eclectic Electronic Pop looks to history for inspiration

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 11, 2014
In 2010, Hugo Manuel debuted Chad Valley — a project named after a British brand of toys and an area in Birmingham — with a self-titled EP. A year later, he issued another EP, Equatorial Ultravox, and in 2012 his first full-length, Young Hunger, landed. Young Hunger demonstrates the warmth of Caribou shining through, even though that inspiration stands in the shadow of the pronounced influence of 1980s Pop.  

Man Man with Xenia Rubinos

Tuesday • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2014
If a band is entirely made up of musicians operating under eccentric aliases, there’s an incredibly good chance said band’s music is also eccentric and worthy of your attention. Man Man is a lesser-known but fitting addition to this class, what with the Philly five-piece sporting members nicknamed Honus Honus, Turkey Moth and Pow Pow.
  

Music: Man Man

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2014
If a band is entirely made up of musicians operating under eccentric aliases, there’s an incredibly good chance said band’s music is also eccentric and worthy of your attention. This is an odd the  

Butcher Babies

Sunday • Bogart's

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Metallers Butcher Babies try to leave "Slut Metal" descriptor in their past and move forward with their recent album, Goliath.
  

Cincinnati Native and WWE Star Dean Ambrose Obtains Justice Through Unkind Means

4 Comments · Wednesday, September 11, 2013
When Dean Ambrose saunters down the stands of U.S. Bank Arena on Tuesday evening for a taping of WWE SmackDown — WWE’s weekly program that airs Fridays on Syfy — he will do so under profoundly different circumstances from a decade back.  

Sports: WWE Smackdown with Dean Ambrose

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 11, 2013
When Dean Ambrose saunters down the stands of U.S. Bank Arena on Tuesday evening for a taping of WWE SmackDown — WWE’s weekly program that airs Fridays on Syfy — he will do so under profoundly d  

Parts and Labor

The ever-productive experimental punks of No Age use the tactile to inspire the emotional

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 4, 2013
The workhorses of No Age project the sensibility of a band that’s deeply D.I.Y., Punk to the bone and extra-mindful of everything they do. From an outsider’s perspective, it’s tough to gauge whether No Age’s tenacity stems from a ceaseless need to be productive, a compulsion to stay in the spotlight or the desire to build up to a certain kind of goal.