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Bell X1 has a long history preceding its American debut, Flock

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Everyone’s always looking for a sure thing, and the music industry is no exception. When an American label looks to sign an overseas act, it’s just good business to make sure that the act in question has something of an established fan base in its home country.   

The Wizards of Odd

0 Comments · Thursday, September 25, 2008
Some words that describe legendary underground Cincinnati band The Wolverton Brothers include: enduring, eccentric, inventive, singular, influential. The band adds three more words to that canon with their sixth album, Old, Ugly and Loud, which is being released by Ionik Recordings this Saturday at the Northside Tavern.   

Be Here Meow

Seattle PsychPop band The Purrs stays on the D.I.Y. path ... for now

0 Comments · Thursday, September 25, 2008
Chances are, if you went out to see live original music in Cincinnati in the late '80s/early '90s, you've likely seen Jim Antonio on stage. Antonio was one of the best frontmen in town when he led Lizard 99, an Art Punk band in the vein of early Jane's Addiction.   

Ready, Study, Go!

Knoxville's The Rockwells have learned from the best

0 Comments · Thursday, September 25, 2008
There are plenty of interesting topics on which to quiz The Rockwells: their fantastic experience playing Bonnaroo in 2006 or the fact that the Knoxville-based band is made up of two sets of brothers.   

Massive Release

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Cincinnati’s finest and most popular Reggae crew, Super-Massive, will unveil its first album with two release parties this week — Wednesday at Stanley’s Pub and Thursday at The Mad Frog (where they’ll be joined by special guests Jah Roots, from Missouri).   

Mike Ingram

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0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Making cute, passionate Indie Pop with an electronic backbone and a folksy heart (banjo, acoustic guitar and accordion are the main instrumentation), The Seedy Seeds are one of the most interesting bands in Cincinnati. They also might be the most beloved.   

U FOUR: FROM PAGE 59

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
with a few of them, like ‘Flame,’ our sort of Disco number. If I’m honest, I think our strongest stuff is the moanier, wrenching stuff, but we wanted to get beyond that and do joy, because we’ve never really done joy before, convincingly. For us, it’s really hard and we’re very inspired by bands like The Flaming Lips, who do it so well.  

SUNDRESSES: FROM PAGE 19

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Shortly after those early raucous shows where the band forged its sound and themes — love of felines, distrust of corpo rate entities, an appreciation for murder and multiple references to political hot topics — their debut album, The Only Tourist in Town.  

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