Tooth Lures a Fang

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  • modern rock
  • indie rock

"Opening their Cincinnati date – this coming May 10th at The Comet – is the newly formed Tooth Lures A Fang. Born out of the ashes of Cincinnati duo Somebody’s Something, Zach Starkie’s new project started as a solo exploration of all the pieces that didn’t previously fit in to Somebody’s Something’s milieu. It has since evolved in to an eloquent 3-piece ode to all things 90’s Indie and Alt-Rock, eschewing most modern influences in favor of an un-ironic reinterpretation of

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Tooth Lures a Fang at SGHR Tonight 

The trials and tribulations of creating music - and really, any kind of art - can be daunting. But change is inevitable, and even when it's expected it can cause some interesting things to happen. For Cincinnati progressive garage rock band Tooth Lures a Fang, change is more or less a part of who they are.

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Cincinnati Submissions for the Tiny Desk Concert Contest 

NPR Music and Lagunitas Brewing Company announced the 2017 Tiny Desk Concert Contest back in December. The winner of the Contest will play a Tiny Desk concert behind the desk at NPR. Then, they'll go on a fully-funded tour of the United States with NPR Music and sponsor, Lagunitas Brewing...

Growing Up, Tooth Lures a Fang is Finally Teefin’ 

Cincinnati lo-fi garage rock aficionados Tooth Lures a Fang are set to release their first full-length, Teefin’, on October 3, 2015. Self-recorded, produced, and mixed, the album is the follow-up to their debut EP, Two Floors of Hang, which was also self-everything’d, and included the...

Our Weekend Picks :: May 15, 2015 

Each week we will highlight a few of our picks for the weekend. Some may be local, some may not, but as long as you are seeing live music in Cincinnati you are contributing! Our picks are below, but you can choose for yourself with our calendar here. (Or download our iPhone...

Mike Adams At His Honest Weight & Tooth Lures a Fang at the Comet 

I’ve always appreciated the rare band that can end, only to find their now disparate pieces spiraling off in to the most inspiring directions possible. Regardless of why a band decides to call it quits, the emergence of music projects out of their ashes is always interesting, if nothing...

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