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Music: Maple Stave

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 1, 2016
The name of the new release from Post Punk trio Maple Stave is V, representing the band’s fifth recording, but the number five is significant for the 13-year-old threesome for another reason.  
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National Premieres for Cincy Rockers

Wussy debuts new music video on Stereogum, while ‘Revolver’ unveils new Electric Citizen track

A pair of Cincinnati Rock bands had new projects revealed today on a couple of popular and far-reaching music websites. Wussy’s music video for “Dropping Houses,” the first single from the band’s forthcoming Forever Sounds album, debuted on Stereogum this morning. The clip was made locally, directed by Lightborne’s Scott Fredette (who gets a shout-out in the accompanying write-up and also plays with local band Culture Queer). Check the clip out below.Forever Sounds is released by the Cincy imprint Shake It on March 4 and the band plays a pre-release show this Saturday at Woodward Theater. Read CityBeat’s cover story on the band from last week here.Meanwhile, another band with national/international attention on them growing, Electric Citizen, has its second album for the Riding Easy label, Higher Time, due for release May 13 (you can pre-order here). Today the website for popular Rock mag Revolver premiered a new song from the album, “Golden Mean.” Click here to listen. The Higher Time track “Evil” can be heard below.
 
 

Music: Christian Sands

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
This season of the Xavier University Jazz Series has featured some truly remarkable and accomplished artists — like Chris Potter and Brian Newman — with even more great music on the horizon.  

Music: Sam Baker

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
The foreboding but rewarding complexity of Sam Baker’s music is evident in the statement near the top of his website’s homepage: “Everyone is at the mercy of another one’s dream.”   

Out of Darkness Comes Light

The empathy and compassion that grew out of a personal tragedy for Sam Baker shine through in his songwriting

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
The foreboding but rewarding complexity of Sam Baker’s music is evident in the statement near the top of his website’s homepage: “Everyone is at the mercy of another one’s dream.”  

Music: Bell Witch

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
“Suffocation, A Burial: 1 – Awoken (Breathing Teeth),” the first song on Bell Witch’s most recent album, 2015’s four-song Four Phantoms, is as foreboding as its title.  

Sound Advice: Bell Witch with Wrekmeister Harmonies and Flesh Mother

Monday • Woodward Theater

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
“Suffocation, A Burial: 1 – Awoken (Breathing Teeth),” the first song on Bell Witch’s most recent album, 2015’s four-song Four Phantoms, is as foreboding as its title.  

Music: The Motet

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Nearly two decades ago, drummer Dave Watts assembled a group of like-minded Jazz, Funk and AfroBeat players in Denver to create The Dave Watts Motet.  

Music: Josh Ritter

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Prolific singer/songwriter Josh Ritter’s eighth full-length studio album is rife with religious imagery, starting with its title, Sermon on the Rocks.   

Sound Advice: Josh Ritter and the Royal City Band with Barnstar!

Monday • Taft Theatre

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Prolific singer/songwriter Josh Ritter’s eighth full-length studio album is rife with religious imagery, starting with its title, Sermon on the Rocks.  

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