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Toddler Jam at Herzog Music

Toddler Jam returns to Herzog Music on Saturday, November 18th. Hosted by Sean Geil (of The Tillers) and his son, Auggie! This FREE event runs from 11a – 12n and is for all ages.

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The Arkells Continue to Grow, Mesmerize

The Arkells are a Canadian rock band on who are on tour in support of their last release - the synth pop heavy Morning Report. You can see their high energy performance Thursday, November 9th at Madison Live! in Covington, KY.

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Beach Slang at Southgate House Revival

Is “punk rock” still a thing? Depends on who you ask, one supposes. The idea is alive and well, to be sure, but we’re knee deep in contrived notions of so many things, it’s almost impossible to tell sincerity from, well, most everything else.

Keeping it Local: Ringo Jones’ Thesis Defense

For the past year, Ringo Jones (of Mad Anthony) has been researching the intersection of streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube and their effect on local music scenes.

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10 Years Burst Through Comfort Zone

Sometimes when band members reunite, it's as if no time has passed and nothing has changed. That couldn't be further from the truth for 10 Years. And, that's a good thing.

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Jordan Kirk Live at The Listing Loon

Even though his solo career began only 3 years ago, Kirk, 29, has been writing and performing music for over half of his life–sometimes as a frontman in bands, sometimes under a nom-de-plume. Fueled by an epiphany to go ‘all-in’, the last several months of the artist’s career have seen a notable change, from relative obscurity outside of Ohio, to national radio play and tour dates booked around the U.S.

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Show Preview: mewithoutYou's A->B Life Turns 15, We Celebrate

Few bands are able to transition from heaviness to subtlety, sledgehammer sound to ambience, the way that mewithoutYou has managed. Over the course of 15 or so years, this post-hardcore/post-rock band has gone from overwhelmingly abrasive to downright weird to both, somehow, at the same time. And, somehow, they’ve remained absolutely true to themselves the entire time.

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Kaitlyn Peace & the Electric Generals and Green Light Morning Launch Party

Kaitlyn Peace & the Electric Generals EP Launch My Little Life with Green Light Morning single launch and lyric video of “Island” at Madison Live on Saturday, November 11th!

CSO Reprises One City, One Symphony + Speak Truth Through Art

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Louis Langrée have revealed details regarding the reprisal of the popular One City, One Symphony initiative, designed to bring people together through music. The Orchestra, along with community partners, will provide opportunities for audiences to connect and discuss the music as it relates to relevant societal themes, leading up to the CSO’s performances on November 25-26 at 8 p.m. at Music Hall. This year’s program centers on the theme of “Speak Truth.”

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Music Resource Center: Cincinnati’s Sampler Series Brings Mission Center Stage

On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, the Music Resource Center Cincinnati will be hosting its quarterly live music series. The Sampler features performances by MRC’s aspiring recording artists, vocalists, and musicians. The event is FREE, open to all ages and held in MRC’s sleek space, The Venue.

Mos Emvy Premiere: Prey

Mos Emvy just released his latest single, “Prey.” Mos Emvy is a producer and rapper from right here in Cincinnati. He constantly experiments with his music and pushes the boundaries while having a solid direction of who “Mos Emvy” is.

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Yateveo to Release Funerals and Birthday Parties

Grasshopper Juice Records and Cinthesizer are releasing producer Yateveo's new album on Saturday, November 4th at The Hub with Vusive, Ghost Hussy, and more! Yateveo is a solo electronic music project by John Crowell based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Combining elements of beatstrumental hip-hop, dance, ambient, and experimental sounds, Yateveo tests the sonic boundaries of electronic music while still aiming to nod heads and shake hips.