With a mix of Rock and Punk, plus a dash
of Pop sensibility, Mad Anthony has established itself as one of
Cincinnati’s most consistently eclectic and explosive recording artists,
something the group’s energized, fan-winning live show matches.
When the history of Cincinnati’s MidPoint
Music Festival is written, there should be a chapter about the
incendiary performance given by Kid Congo Powers and the Pink Monkey
Birds to close out the 2014 event.
If you’re up for something very different
from our town’s usual live music offerings this week, you are in luck,
as Algerian quintet Imarhan comes to Cincy to showcase its unique and
infectious spin on the traditional African music style called Tuareg.
The more things change, the more they stay
the same, as the old saying goes. If you put any stock in the wisdom of
platitudes, that one in particular holds some sway in the story of Cincinnati Rock band Electric
Citizen, which is hoping to build on its growing global fanbase with the forthcoming release of sophomore album Higher Power.
Ten years ago,
guitarist/vocalist/lyricist Brian Sella and his childhood pal, drummer
Mat Uychich, formed The Front Bottoms after Sella’s freshman year of
college, concocting a melodic, acoustic-based sound often described as