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by Mike Breen 03.29.2013
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Sample New Metal Releases from Grey Host, Gabriel's Hounds

Dynamic local Metal crews set to celebrate new releases Saturday

Saturday at Downtown club Mainstay, progressive Doom/Drone Metal act Grey Host will celebrate the release of its latest, Dawn for Vultures. You can pre-order the six-track release (as a CD, download or with a T-shirt) at greyhost.bandcamp.com and get an automatic download of lead-off track, “Noble Beast.” The band will also have copies of the release available at Mainstay. Grey Host is joined Saturday by Ohio Knife and Valley of the Sun, which is also working towards a new release. The 9 p.m. show is free. (facebook.com/greyhost)Here's "Noble Beast":Saturday at Covington’s Madison Theater, local Death/Hardcore/Thrash Metal crew Gabriel’s Hounds host a release party for their latest effort, The Struggle Between … EP. Joining the group for the 8 p.m., all-ages show: Dark Region, Holesinger, Serpentarius, Souls for the Taking, It’s Either Me or the Mailman and In Ashes. Admission is $8. You can sample the new album’s title track right now at reverbnation.com/gabrielshoundsofficial or here:Sell music on Amazon at ReverbNation.com
 
 

Vaughn and Co. 'Play It Again' on New LP

Plus, The Afghan Whigs jam with Usher, Elementz celebrates eight years and Madison Theater's Band Challenge reaches the finals

1 Comment · Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Eclectic Cincinnati rockers Vaughn and Company return with their fourth album, Play It Again, The Afghan Whigs cause a stir at SXSW with show joined by Usher, Elementz plans eighth anniversary party and the Madison Theater Band Challenge enters its final round.   

Swimming in the Deep End

Local Natives reflect on their rise to Indie Rock relevance

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 20, 2013
After the unexpected success of their 2010 debut, L.A. Indie rockers Local Natives return with the deep and reflective Hummingbird.  
by Mike Breen 03.12.2013
Posted In: Live Music, Local Music, Music News at 08:31 AM | Permalink | Comments (0)
 
 
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Animal Collective Concert Cancelled Tonight

Art Pop band reschedules Covington show for this summer

Tonight's concert by acclaimed Art Pop band Animal Collective (with guest Dan Deacon) has been cancelled due to an illness in the group. The band was due to perform at Covington's Madison Theater.The Covington show is one of five being rescheduled. The group will return to the Madison on July 18; tickets for the original date can be used for the rescheduled one. If you can't make the July show, you can also get a refund at the point of purchase. Animal Collective's tour — in support of its latest, Centipede Hz — is scheduled to resume on Saturday in Chicago.
 
 

The Ready Set

March 19 • Madison Theater

0 Comments · Monday, March 11, 2013
The one-man-basement/bedroom-band project has become a contemporary Pop staple of late and one of the sub-genre’s highest profile acts over the past decade has been Jordan Mark Witzigreuter’s energetic Synth Pop contribution, The Ready Set.    

Indigo Girls

March 5 • Madison Theater

0 Comments · Monday, February 25, 2013
After a 25-plus year-run, with periods of inactivity for recharging and solo projects, business ventures and a variety of causes (LGBT and political issues, the environment, among others), Amy Ray and Emily Saliers are still finding ways to make Indigo Girls relevant in the new millennium.   
by Mike Breen 01.31.2013
Posted In: Live Music, Local Music at 11:43 AM | Permalink | Comments (0)
 
 
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Music Tonight: Yonder Mountain String Band and More

Contemporary "Newgrass" kings Yonder Mountain String Band return to the area tonight for an all-ages, 8:30 p.m. show at Covington's Madison Theater. Tickets are $25. Opening the show is the very cool Lake Street Dive, a "jazz-schooled, DIY-motivated and classically pop obsessed" quartet that formed at Boston’s New England Conservatory. Check out this clip of the group performing the Jackson 5 classic "I Want You Back."In an interview with CityBeat's Brian Baker, YMSB's guitarist/vocalist Adam Aijala said fans might hear a new song or two at tonight's show. As for when you might hear a new album with new material, Aijala said the members have been having trouble finding time to get in the studio between familial obligations and touring. Read the full interview here and check out the group's 2010 appearance on CBS's Late Late Show. (There will be a pre- and post-show party at Stanley's Pub, which is also offering a bus ride to and from the Madison show. The CEA-winning Rumpke Mountain Boys will perform.)• Eclectic NYC Indie Rock troupe Mice Parade marches into MOTR Pub tonight for a free, 10 p.m. appearance, the second date on its current tour. Formed as a solo project by Adam Pierce at the end of the ’90s, Mice Parade has featured various band members since and nearly every successive release has shown growth and a different side of Pierce's writing. Candela, Mice Parade's latest addition to its already stacked discography (released this past Tuesday), is one of Pierce's most compelling releases to date, showcasing a fascinating, psychedelic brand of "Shoegaze" Pop that is as unpredictable as it is riveting. Check out CityBeat's preview of the show here. Below is the first single/video from Candela, "This River Has A Tide." Mice Parade -- "This River Has A Tide" from paul yates on Vimeo.Find more live music options in Greater Cincinnati tonight here.
 
 

String Theory

After nearly 15 years, Yonder Mountain String Band finds new ways to do old things (and vice versa)

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Most bands would be kicking at the studio door after a long stretch between albums, but Yonder Mountain String Band has never subscribed to any set of rules beyond their own.   

Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Return Sunday

Annual celebration of Greater Cincinnati musicians enters 16th year

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The 16th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards — honoring Greater Cincinnati's local music scene — take place at the Madison Theater in Covington this Sunday, featuring live performances from Bad Veins, The Dopamines, Jess Lamb, Gold Shoes, Ricky Nye and much more.   

Cincinnati Entertainment Awards' Lineup Announced

Plus news on The Cliftones, School of Rock Mason and two new local bands

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The lineup for this year's Cincinnati Entertainment Awards (Jan. 27 at Covington's Madison Theater) will feature a broad genre mix of nominees.   

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