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Wave Goodbye

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Local instrumental rockers The Flux Capacitors host a bittersweet EP release party Friday at the Southgate House. The show (with guests Enlou, Weakness and The Sleeping Sea) is to be the band's last, following the relocation of bassist Sean Victory to Chicago. They'll be distributing copies of the new six-track 'Human Error' EP and their grand 2007 debut album, 'John Q. Brains For Arms.'  

Caribou: Where the Dear and Caribou Play

Dan Snaith takes his one-man band out of the '60s and into the Dance club

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 22, 2010
On his first two full-length releases and a handful of CD singles and live recordings, Dan Snaith had established himself as a rather well-informed and astute purveyor of Psychedelic Pop as he transformed it into his own unique brand of one-man-laptop bravado. But when it came time to begin work on new material to follow up 2008's 'Andorra,' the only certainty was that Snaith didn't want to re-create that same sound.  

Heavenly Bodies

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 28, 2010
On July 27, local Indie Pop crew Enlou released its new EP, Body of Friends, Body of Water, via Lujo Records. The band’s first local show since the release is Friday at Northside Tavern. Body of Friends, Body of Water (the group's third EP in just over a year) is a magical listening experience and contains some of the finest, most mesmerizing Indie Pop you'll hear this year, local or otherwise.  

BRINK New Music Showcase

Oct. 31 • Southgate House

0 Comments · Thursday, October 29, 2009
Perhaps the only show you can attend Saturday and not be encouraged to wear a costume, the annual BRINK New Music Showcase returns to the Southgate House Halloween night with three floors' worth of local band freshness. An attempt to spotlight the next crop of local music wavemakers, the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards-sponsored event has hosted scores of eventual big-shots in past years. This year features acts nominated for the 2009 CEA "New Artist of the Year."  

BRINK Is Back and Other Good News

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 28, 2009
BRINK is back! Perhaps the only show you can attend Saturday and not be encouraged to wear a costume, the annual BRINK New Music Showcase returns to the Southgate House Halloween night with three floors' worth of local band freshness. An attempt to spotlight the next crop of local music wavemakers, the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards-sponsored event has hosted scores of eventual big shots in past years.  

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