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Diego Sanchez

Diego is a current psychology student at Miami University. He is also known as Bunny on Radio Artifact’s weekly show, Bunny Tales. Diego has a love for local talent and hopes to bring his appreciation to the CincyMusic readers!

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Catch The 1975 at Bunbury

When The 1975 closed their May 12th stop at Riverbend, I was immediately left with the feeling of wanting to see them again. Thankfully, singer Matty Healy stated Ohio and all its emo glory don’t get enough shout outs, and are returning for Bunbury as a headlining act on Sunday, June 2nd!

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The 1975 Kick Off Riverbend’s Summer Season with Sincere Magic

Riverbend kicked off the summer concert season with a bang with The 1975. Playing to a sold out show, The 1975 managed to keep every second entertaining and intimate.


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Lung releases “Butcher” ahead of All the King’s Horses

Cincinnati two-piece, Lung, has been keeping busy this summer. While on their summer long tour, Lung has released the single “Butcher” off their upcoming full-length project, All the King’s Horses, due September 8, 2018.

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Cincinnati Powerhouses Head to Hamilton For a Cause

Tonight, three Cincinnati powerhouses will join with Miami University Regionals for a night of music and fundraising at Miami Hamilton Downtown.

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Flesh Mother Continues to Provide Thrills: Nourishment Album Release

A stern warning to back up if you’re not into moshing. This was the kickoff to Flesh Mother at their Nourishment album release at The Hub in OTR. The warning was well deserved, given that 15 seconds into the set, a full mosh pit had already begun.

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Flesh Mother Delivers an Experience with Nourishment

Finally, Flesh Mother has graced us with a release date for the upcoming album, Nourishment. On January 20, 2018 at the Hub in OTR, Flesh Mother will ring in their release with a show.

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Favorite of the Year: All Hail Having Failed Does Not in Fact Fail

Having just joined the CincyMusic team, I was unable to do an immediate review of Suck the Honey’s debut full-length album, All Hail Having Failed. Fortunately, I have the perfect excuse to show my praise through this end-of-the-year piece!