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New Kids On the Rock

Cincinnati’s Kry Kids want you to dance and think … and dance

2 Comments · Tuesday, April 26, 2011
One of Kry Kids’ live trademarks is a structural complexity that finds everyone but Donaldson moving constantly between instruments and roles. Like a well-choreographed but also intuitive ballet, the switch-ups are planned and practiced but come across graceful and natural enough to not be a momentum killer.  

Sugary Goodness

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 20, 2009
If you were to place a bet as to what local band will be the next to follow the likes of Bad Veins, Pomegranates and Daniel Martin Moore into the ranks of “nationally acclaimed” Cincinnati area artists, putting your money on Electro/Indie foursome Eat Sugar is a pretty safe wager. One listen to the band’s excellent new EP, It’s Not Our Responsibility!, and you couldn’t be blamed for betting your life savings.   

BriTunes, Music Mags and A Collab Squashed

3 Comments · Wednesday, May 20, 2009
We always thought that the most interesting and mysterious thing about network TV news anchors was the possibility that they don’t wear pants when they’re on the air. Turns out, newscasters are just regular people (admittedly with super-human hair) and some even have good taste in music.  

Bow Down

Though not all ‘metalheads,’ Priestess keeps real Metal alive and kicking

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 6, 2009
If there’s one thing to be absorbed from the music of Priestess, it’s that Heavy Metal still has the power to liberate. While histrionics-heavy Metalcore and cheaply crafted Radio Rock can be found clotting iTunes playlists, Priestess’ sweeping scapes are an excellent diversion.   

The Flaming Lips, Miss California and Going Country

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Oklahoma has become the next state to name an official Rock song — hallucinogenic art rockers The Flaming Lips’ “Do You Realize?” (also, coincidentally, the official song of Mitsubishi). It was officially bestowed that honor earlier in the week.  

Between Rock and A Folk Place

Folk Pop queen Dar Williams flirts with Rock on new album

0 Comments · Thursday, September 25, 2008
But if life as a mother/wife/musician means juggling the demands of home and family with the demands of promoting a tour and new CD comes with an understandable element of chaos, it seems clear that when it comes to the music itself, Williams continues to have things under control.   

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.   

The Koala Fires (Profile)

Connected friends burn with amped-up Indie Rock

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 20, 2008
What's the first thing you do when you've thought up a clever band name? Google it, of course. When Koala Fires singer/guitarist Matt Mooney did this, he was pleasantly surprised that he didn't  

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