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The Hiders’ Tremendous ‘Temenos’ Drops Saturday

Plus, Billy Wallace, Knife the Symphony and Swear Jar celebrate new releases and the Comet Bluegrass All-Stars celebrate the holidays

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The latest Greater Cincinnati music news, including details on new releases from The Hiders, Knife the Symphony, Swear Jar and Billy Wallace, plus a very Comet Bluegrass All-Stars Xmas.   

The Redettes

May 6 • Goetz Alley (basement of Park Vine)

0 Comments · Monday, May 2, 2011
The Redettes reincorporate the early Punk-era influences of Sycamore Smith’s past, but it’s a subtle, skillful integration. As the group’s brand new seven-song release shows, The Redettes wouldn’t have been out of place on the Stiff Records roster with its casual resemblance to the “Pub Rock” that shadowed and occasionally intermingled with the Punk movement in ’70s England (think Nick Lowe or early Elvis Costello).  

A Decade to Die For

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 5, 2011
The CincyPunk Fest has emerged as one of the most popular benefit concerts in the region, raising money for various charities since its inception a decade ago. For CincyPunk Fest 10, the event returns to Newport’s Southgate House this Saturday and Sunday under new management and with a lineup full of some of the top music-makers in Cincinnati. And, despite its name, the fest is again a showcase for much more than just Punk Rock.  

'Cuss' Words

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Post Punk crew Swear Jar celebrates the release of its new long-player 'Cuss' Saturday at the Southgate House Parlour. Though the press release for Cuss states "most people won't like it," fans of old-school, underground, independent Rock and Punk will immediately get what Swear Jar is doing.  

Swear Jar CD Release Party

July 24 • Southgate House (Parlour)

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Post Punk crew Swear Jar celebrates the release of its new long-player 'Cuss' on Phratry Records by giving away CDs at the door Saturday with the price of admission. Though the album's press release states "most people won't like it," fans of old-school, underground, independent Rock and Punk will immediately get what Swear Jar is doing.  

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