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Concert Review: Beartooth, The Holy Guile, Witness and more (Dayton, OH)

Review by Jamarr Stokes The metal scene is strong in Dayton. The much-anticipated show at the Rockstar Pro Arena in Dayton was almost to capacity on March 16th, as 10 bands came through and put together an awesome show. This venue is somewhat new, but everything worked there. The acoustics were great and the venue had ...

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Concert Review + Photography: Beartooth w/ My Ticket Home, Affiance, Sylar, Witness

Remember this phrase: FEAR THE TOOTH. You could be hearing it a bunch soon. More on that later. With metal/crabcore mainstays Attack Attack! going through some major lineup changes, everyone within the heavy music scene has had their eye on what ex-frontman Caleb Shomo would be up to next. He formed a new band called ...

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TUNED UP Special – Bands to watch in 2013

Atlas Genius - This alternative band from abroad has the potential to become 2013's Foster the People. Their song "Trojans" is really starting to gain some big time traction on the big alternative radio stations in the US. Radio DJs are calling it now - the band will be a household name soon. Beartooth - At barely ...

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Relevant Discoveries: Maize, Rekoncyle

[caption id="attachment_2376" align="aligncenter" width="350"] Photo credit: Joe Biederman[/caption] Maize is a folk trio based in Columbus, OH made up of Maggie Lynch, Alan Dill, and Tom Kocab. Their recently released single "Leaves" was recorded by Johnny Franck of Attack Attack! fame and is your quintessential love song ...

Trending Single Reviews

Tiger Waves - "Weekends": Founder Reid Comstock was always somewhat of an eccentric guy, having a number of music projects under the name "Father Padraig" and enjoying depth in everything he does.  After relocating to Austin, TX - the indie music mecca of America, Tiger Waves became his new project.  The band has an ...

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Review: Memphis May Fire – Challenger (2012)

The key word to describe Memphis May Fire's latest release, Challenger is fun.  This band is a name I've heard thrown around a lot in recent months, and some friends have recommended checking them out for a while.  The oversaturated metalcore market combined with other bands vying for the review spotlight has kept me from ...

Single Reviews (12/20/11)

The Black Keys - "Lonely Boy":  The duo creates a BIG rock sound here that hearkens back to the olden' days of rock n' roll, and its darn near impossible to listen to this without a bit of head bobbing (or more).  The blues influence is mostly gone, and it sounds like they have somewhat ditched the raw two-person band sound ...