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Locals Only: : Dawn of the 'Deaf'

Enduring the highs and lows of major label life, Moth returns to the basics with Drop Deaf

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 7, 2004
One year after being released from their contract with Virgin Records and almost two years after their major label debut, Provisions, Fiction & Gear, Cincinnati-based Moth is unveiling their first  

Locals Only: : 'Water Chestnuts

Northern Kentucky band Stonewater shares its Common Wealth

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Seems appropriate that a gang of fiercely proud Northern Kentucky residents would entitle their newly released disc, Common Wealth. But it's not Stonewater's Kentucky origins that provided the i  

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Former Afghan Whigs frontman Greg Dulli enters his 'Twilight' years

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 5, 2003
"Is this for Cincinnati?" Greg Dulli asks as I ring him for our interview. "Just fucking make it up," he laughs. "There are two kinds of people in Cincinnati. They either love me or they hat  

Locals Only: : Premium

Local rockers get 'head start' on a promising music career

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 16, 2003
After winning Bogart's High School Band Challenge in 2001, Premium became the youngest band to play Pepsi Jammin' on Main in 2002 and 2003. The group signed with management before most of its ba  

Locals Only: : Soul Walkers

Ex-Heavy Weather founders Chris and Carole Walker make waves locally as The Walker Project

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2003
Chris Walker just returned from a long weekend at New Orleans' Jazzfest, the infamous two-week festival that has hundreds of local artists sharing stages with national acts. Along with enjoying s  

Locals Only: : Loose Morals

Local Indie Rock quintet guided by beer, bourbon and a great melody

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 12, 2003
You'd know them if you've seen them on stage -- five bodies of various shapes and sizes flailing at their instruments and making a delicious, melodic mess. Local Indie Rock combo Morals Galore c  

Locals Only: : Blackouts UK

The end of The Seventies generates a new "Autumn"

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 26, 2003
Fusing angular guitars straight out of the pre-Garage era with modern Manchester Pop grooves, the Autumn Blackouts are climbing out of the ashes of The Seventies, a promising Indie Rock venture th  

Locals Only: : Wussy

New local group hopes to play down their noted local music ties

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 27, 2002
Wussy is not a side project. In fact, it's a band that recently tends to play out more than two of its members' better-known main outlets: The Ass Ponys and Messerly & Ewing. AP frontman Chuck C  

Locals Only: : Mallory

Local Indie Rock trio is just getting started

0 Comments · Thursday, November 14, 2002
Together for a little over a year, 2002 finds local Indie Rock trio Mallory celebrating a debut disc and numerous local music accolades, however the band will tell you their destiny was cemented e  

Behind the scenes engineer/producer and popular sideman Brian Lovely releases solo disc

0 Comments · Thursday, June 13, 2002
As a local songwriter, producer, studio session player and talented guitar slinger for hire, Brian Lovely has played many roles in his 15 plus years in the music business. This week, he steps into