That forlorn, graffiti-covered brick building in Evanston visible from I-71 was once home to King Records, which launched the career of James Brown and put Cincinnati on the map as a key birthplace of rock and roll.
The Wussy frontman hopes you like it. He doesn't much care if you don't.
These are the places you can catch compelling national acts and an endless supply of impressive locals. No ticket required.
A guide to finding music where you might not expect it.
These places are worth the price of admission.
It’s not all sex, drugs, and rock and roll. These are the best schools and organizations for music in the city.
Buying music the way God intended it.
This trio of long-time friends is hoping to make it big time, but no matter what, one thing is obvious: You can't take the Northside out of the band.
And whether you realize it or not, the legendarily outrageous, endlessly enthusiastic, sartorially sensational godfather of funk is unquestionably the Queen City’s musical ambassador.
Cincinnati’s favorite expat band The National is set to pack its hometown with an array of indie tunes and evocative art this month. If the band’s vibe is just esoteric enough for your mainstream-averse taste, then this hipster-studded lineup is sure to tickle your bespoke, artisinal fancy.