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Concerts to Attend this Week: July 4th - 10th

There are a plethora of events to attend each and every day in and around Cincinnati!

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Review: Drop The Sun - Wanderlust

When things start off with trumpets and Central American flair, you know that an album titled Wanderlust is aptly named. A loose narrative combined with a band in search of who, and what, they are, Drop The Sun works their way through a catalog of vibes, sounds, and genres to create an interesting and often ambitious record.

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The Gabbard Brothers Release "Pockets of Your Mind"

From the ashes of the acclaimed Ohio rock band Buffalo Killers, singers / songwriters / siblings Zachary and Andrew Gabbard have re-emerged as The Gabbard Brothers.

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REVIEW: The Queers

It’s hard to believe that long running pop punk veterans The Queers are currently finishing their 40th anniversary tour. Luckily one of their last stops was at one of the best venues the Cincinnati area has to offer, the legendary Southgate House Revival.

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Corduroy Brown Drops Medicine

Corduroy Brown is back with another single, “Medicine” from the upcoming EP Starter Pack.

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Coffee, Food, & Techno - A Zvrra & flow Experience

Local label Whited Sepulchre has teamed up not just with Chicago-based artist Zvrra, but also flow, a wine style bar experience… but with coffee.

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JORDY to Play Cincinnati Pride Festival

Make plans to see JORDY on Saturday, June 25th at the Cincinnati Pride Festival at Sawyer Point Park after the parade!

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REVIEW: Bon Iver at PromoWest Pavilion at OVATION

As many people who have followed Justin Vernon’s career know, he is always evolving. His trajectory has always been something of a lifecycle. From his earliest iteration of the bare stripped-down sounds of For Emma, Forever Ago to the strangely accessible experimental sound that subverted the first two records on 22, A Million, Vernon has always challenged his fans and asked them to grow with him.
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The View From a Bonnaroo Loner

For me, there is an element of giving at Bonnaroo that doesn’t quite exist at other festivals. The joy in the experience creates kindness without agenda, it generates warmth in what feels like the hottest place on earth. It’s felt in the high fives walking into the venue, it’s heard in the greeting of Happy Roo.

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WYSO Welcomes NPR’s Ira Glass for One-night-only Event

WYSO, community-owned public radio station serving Southwest Ohio brings NPR’s Ira Glass to Dayton on September 10, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. to share his unique brand of storytelling at Schuster Center.

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REVIEW: Hell is Ohio Fest at Swine City Brewing Co.

Hell is Ohio. Anyone who was in Ohio this past week with its humid soupy, swampy and oppressive heat will surely agree that this is a true statement.

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Cincinnatians Will Celebrate Music and the Summer Solstice on June 21

Live music will once again reverberate throughout Cincinnati on Make Music Day, June 21, 2022.