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Ohio artists to watch – 2019 edition

Ohio artists to watch – 2019 edition

We skipped 2018 (oops) but we're back in 2019. There's definitely a hometown bias at play here, but we think our state is full of movers and shakers. Take a good look at this list. I'm sure we missed a bunch, but that's the beauty of living in a world with so much talent. Use this page as a jump off ...

Cherry Glazerr – Stuffed and Ready

Review by Ryan Getz I can't read that album title without thinking of a Hot Pocket or a Stromboli. Heck, I'm tempted to spend this whole album review using food metaphors to describe this music. You might find that cheesy (...dang it). The fact that they're playing a new Columbus festival called ...

Tiffany Williams – When You Go

Review by Ray Cobra Anyone that knows me, knows that I listen to all different types of music. In a typical day I can start with Fever 333, then go to Britney Spears, and from there I can end up listening to Cream and finish with Garth Brooks. For as long as I can remember, I have loved music and ...

FEVER 333 – Strength in Numb333rs

This review has been a long time coming. The main reason is I wanted to fully digest this release, as this is a band that means a lot to me. From the first time I heard “We’re coming In,” I was hooked and knew this project was going to be something different and powerful. And boy was I ...

Shape of the Sun – In Your Hands

Shape of the Sun have been on my radar for quite some time now. One of the side effects of running a music blog is that you receive a deluge of folks wanting to connect with you—some just want free PR, some want to be your friend based on a common interest. Luckily for me, in the Columbus area it’s ...

Five albums with Cobra: Micah Schnabel

Article by Ray Cobra, Drawing by Pat Downing When I think of Columbus and music, lots of things come to mind. In ten years here I have amassed a lot of memories. But the first thing that comes to mind is Micah Schnabel of Two Cow Garage. When I first moved here, I spent the first few months just ...

One night we’ll go live [single reviews]

Captain Kidd - "One Night": The ethereal indie popsters are back. Captain Kidd have been churning out burner after burner of neon-drenched tracks. They are all sensual, danceable, and have a weird transcendent quality to them. "Bleed" is my favorite in the single series so far, but "One Night" is going ...