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Street Life 101

The Nothing’s eclectic, streetwise sound combines every loud and angry genre

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Sitting down with Northern Kentucky-based Punk rockers The Nothing on May the 4th (Star Wars Day for the non-geeks in the audience) felt like fate. The members of the band (vocalist Jimi Caudill, guitarist Paulie Burgio, drummer Eric Robinson and bassist Dan Snow) have all had a Jedi-esque journey of redemption littered with band transitions, relationship implosions, addiction and other trials.   

Adam Ant

Aug. 24 • Madison Theater

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 20, 2013
The flamboyant frontman’s current tour is in support of his first new album in 18 years, the verbosely titled Adam Ant Is the Blueblack Hussar in Marrying the Gunner’s Daughter, an often unexpectedly lo-fi effort that nonetheless features plenty of Ant’s carnally charged, fetish-indulging lyrics.  

Zero Boys and Gang Green

July 12 • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 9, 2013
If you find today’s so-called “Punk Rock” to be a little lacking, you’re in for a treat this week as two of the best American Punk acts team up with a pair of Ohio greats — Cincinnati’s SS-20 and Dayton’s Legbone.   

Before Hell Freezes Over

The case for inducting Punk pioneer Richard Hell into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 19, 2013
He’s a Kentuckian and architect of Punk, but Kentucky Music Hall of Fame seems to be in no rush to induct Lexington native/Punk icon Richard Hell.  

Mondo Generator

Jan. 5 • Thompson House

0 Comments · Thursday, January 3, 2013
Mondo Generator has been perhaps the most consistent part of bassist Nick Oliveri’s life since 1997. Blending the Hard Rock of his previous projects with more Punk Rock chaos, Mondo has built a strong cult following for itself.  

The Reanimated (Profile)

Local Horror Punk band gets down to work on new monster

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 5, 2011
People say Punk Rock is dead. Some say it died with Sid Vicious, others say Joey Ramone. But no matter which trailblazer took Punk Rock to his grave, the in-your-face, D.I.Y., fuck-the-world attitude is, indeed, dead. But it isn’t exactly resting in peace.  

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