In a decade that changed music so much it’s hard to discuss what was the most important music of the past 10 years. From the psychedelic juggernaut Tame Impala taking over the charts, to the affirmation of Kendrick Lamar’s genius, to the return of Outlaw Country, to women like Courtney Barnett, Phoebe Bridgers, and the supergroup boygenius taking over rock music.
Review: Black Keys
Six years ago, the biggest name in Rock Music without a doubt would’ve been Akron, Ohio’s The Black Keys. Racking up Grammys left and right, with albums like ‘Brothers’ and ‘El Camino’ offer entire albums worth of hits. The garage rock duo were at the height of their success, at a time where Kanye West and Drake were releasing arguably their best work and hip-hop artists were becoming the new rock stars.
Muse Close Out Bunbury Music Festival
Muse joins the list of well-established, big name bands to grace the stages of Bunbury like The Killers and The Black Keys before them. The British trio, much like The Killers, is a hard band to categorize. Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard, and Chris Wolstenholme have been putting out instant...
Neighborhood Venues of Cincinnati: The Southgate House Revival
When The Southgate House Revival opened in Newport on October 12, 2012, it was not just the soul of one of Cincinnati’s greatest musical institutions that found new life. The red brick building, which celebrates its sesquicentennial this year, dates to 1866, and was home to Grace Methodist...
From the Wall to the Coffee Table: Show Posters
It’s a fact that if you are a fan of music, art, and design in Cincinnati, you are also a fan of Powerhouse Factories. You may even have a few of their posters in your own home (or like myself – too many to count). Powerhouse Factories is a rock poster shop and design studio established...
Powerhouse Factories Opens Doors for ‘A Misfit Christmas’ Party
Greater Cincinnati Print Shop Throws Annual Holiday Party, Offers Poster Deals
The days are shorter and the weather’s colder, but Powerhouse’s annual holiday party is here to lift your spirits. We’re inviting one and all to join Yukon Cornelius, Rudolph, Hermey, and all of the...
Bunbury Interview: Bummers
Columbus foursome, Bummers, who recently rocked Nelsonville with their own style of fuzz beach-rock, will make their Bunbury debut this weekend. Since I’m unable to tell just how many times I’ve made Bummers apart of my evening plans (whiskey), I do remember having the best time at each...
Discover New Music At Bunbury 2015
The 4th annual Bunbury Music Festival takes place this weekend, Friday through Sunday! Three full days of music in Downtown Cincinnati’s scenic riverfront parks: what could be better?
While there is no excuse to miss headliners The Black Keys (Friday), The Avett Brothers (Saturday), and...
The Black Keys Come Home
The Black Keys are the biggest band that's ever come out of Ohio. "Wait, but what about...?" Nope. Any other artist you can throw at this argument formed elsewhere or left before they got huge. The Black Keys are a product of Akron, which they called home until moving to Nashville in 2010, but by...
Bunbury Releases Daily Lineup
The Bunbury Music Festival has announced the daily lineup for this year’s festival! Enter to win a pair of passes to the festival!
Friday, June 5:The Black KeysTame ImpalaWalk The MoonMatt & KimBleachersTemplesFather John MistyRoyal BloodCatfish and the BottlemenMikky...
Black Keys, Avetts, Snoop Dogg to Headline Bunbury
Brand New, The Decemberists, Tame Impala, Walk The Moon, and more to join The Black Keys, The Avett Brothers, and Snoop Dogg at this year’s Bunbury Music Festival on the banks of the Ohio River! Promowest Productions announced the full lineup (below) today. This year’s festival will be...
Powerhouse Factories Opens Doors to Public for Summer Shindig!
Cincinnati rock poster shop throws party to kickoff music festival season! It’s nearly summer and music festival season is around the corner. Powerhouse Factories are packing up the RV and getting ready to hit the road for their annual appearances at Bonnaroo, Bunbury, Forecastle, Pitchfork and...