As big fans of all things holiday music (or at least most) we here at Each Note Secure are really excited today to announce our first ever holiday compilation album! With the help of our good friends Robert Duffy and Joel Oliphant from Donewaiting.com in Columbus, A Very Ohio …
This year, Black Friday is not just for your wife at JC Penney at 5am. Nope, this year it’s also for the indie kids who love vinyl, and Shake It Records has you covered with some great Black Friday Vinyl Exclusives.
It’s the biggest night to be out and about of the year tonight, and there are alot of options for you in Cincinnati on this Thanksgiving eve.
The season for new album releases is behind us for 2010, and now we move into the season of ‘best of’s’, deluxe edition’s and holiday albums. Usually we could care less about that, but in this case, it’s worth your attention.
It’s the time of year when touring bands are simply not doing a whole lot of touring. And they are doing even less here in Cincinnati. For the most part, November, December and even parts of January are pretty dry for live shows that are not locals, but …
Are you familiar with The Ravenna Colt yet? Well, My Morning Jacket fans should take note, because this one is probably right up your alley
Daniel Martin Moore is back, and I guess he never really left now did he? After a long 2009 which saw Daniel touring with friend Ben Sollee promoting their album Dear Companion, Daniel is ready to release his second solo album early in 2011.
BRINK New Music Showcase celebrates its TENTH year this Saturday night and it’s a big Northside party that you don’t wanna miss. BRINK continues to showcase upcoming local talent and this year is no exception.
It’s great to live in a city where local music continues to blossom, and we have yet another new band to introduce to you today. Technically, Walk The Moon are not “new” and have been rising for awhile now, but they are about to hit a big milestone this weekend with their first official album release. Walk The Moon have already garnered praise around Cincinnati for their energetic live show, and now that they have laid it all down for this album, it won’t be long before more well deserved praise starts flowing in.
Late autumn is a time for wearing sweaters, drinking hot drinks, and snuggling up with someone you someone you love (or at least, someone you like more than a friend). What better way to kick off that process than listening to soothing, catchy, indie twee pop?
The 1900’s are just …