In case you missed the announcement, Ohio’s own The Black Keys are preparing another new release El Camino on December 6th. Not only is it great to get new material from Akron’s finest, but to get it during a dead period for new releases is even better. Today, the boys unleashed the first single for the upcoming album, “Lonely Boy” in video form and you can watch and listen below.
A couple months ago, we helped let the cat outta the bag in regards to Sebadoh coming to Cincinnati. Let’s just say the response from Sebadoh fans was huge. You guys were really excited to hear the news of the legendary band coming to town so I have a feeling this news will be equally, or maybe more exciting.
We have been fans of the indie poppers Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin since we first heard them back in 2005. The Springfield, Missouri based four-piece has had a really consistent string of records since the start, and I always find myself gravitating towards several songs on every one of their releases. The new album, available in stores today, is no exception.
This Saturday, one of the best psychedelic rock bands in recent memory are in the Cincinnati area and we want you to go, for free. On Saturday night, Austin’s The Black Angels return to the area for a show at the Southgate House in Newport.
The Clifton Heights Music Festival is a great opportunity to catch sets from what seems like every local band in a span of two nights. Since it’s a pub crawl, it’s also an excellent opportunity to watch those bands while simultaneously drinking until your face falls off. After four festivals, …
Once again, it’s time to vote for the best music in Cincinnati. This year, the nominees are great, as usual, and I have to say, I’m really conflicted about the vote more than I usually am. For me, the toughest choices will be for Alt/ Indie, Folk and Best New Artist, so many deserving choices. City Beat listed all the nominees and we have them listed for you below as well. Voting is open now and the CEA’s will be handed out on November 20th at the Madison Theatre in Covington.
Have you fully recovered from Midpoint yet? Good. Dust off your ear plugs again because Clifton Heights Music Festival is back for round five. The festival returns with another solid lineup over two days across six venues in the Clifton Heights area – Rohs Street Cafe, Baba Budan’s, Mac’s Pizza Pub, Christy’s Biergarten, Murphy’s Pub and Roxx Electrocafe.