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Boomslang 2012: A Preview

This article appears on page 12 of the September 13, 2012 print edition of Ace Weekly. by Raj Ranade This year’s Boomslang finds classic acts reuniting, exciting new artists emerging, and talented veterans keeping at it – here are Ace’s […]

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Terrapin Hill Music Festival 2012, Harrodsburg

BY EVAN O. ALBERT Terrapin Hill Harvest Festival is rocking the smooth hills of Harrodsburg, Kentucky once again. Every year, music lovers and experience seekers set up camp at

Professor Garry Bibbs explains that the sculpture has no straight lines because "WRFL is about the groove."

WRFL Tower Sculpture Dedicated at University of Kentucky

The following is a reprint of Kakie Urch's remarks from the dedication of WRFL's Tower Sculpture, Thunder Waves of Universal Sound by Professor Garry Bibbs, on the University


Southgate House to revive under new name, location in Newport

Newport's historic music venue, the Southgate House (shuttered last year), will re-open in October with a new name and new location, and some returning staff from the original

Filmslang: Call for Music Videos

FilmSlang: Call for Music Videos

Lexington Film League is accepting submissions for a Music Video Screening that will be held during Lexington's September Boomslang Festival. Deadline for Submissions: Saturday, September 1, 2012 Criteria: Selections for the program

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Masters of Metal, Masters of Fine Art in Lexington

by Evan O. Albert Lexington has a sturdy visual arts scene (Fourth Friday, Gallery Hop, etc), and a plethora of bands who lay down thick head crushing metal. Kyle Keener

Cheyenne Marie Mize

Cheyenne Mize: 3-fingered bloody guitar, Wayne Coyne and playing in Lexington

BY KAKIE URCH Cheyenne Marie Mize (iTunes), the extraordinary young folksinger and instrumentalist from Louisville, is wheeling into town for a local gig at Cosmic Charlie's on Saturday, August


Pitchfork 2012: The Ace Weekly Wrap-Up

by Raj Ranade Torrential downpours! Heat strokes! Handlebar mustaches! The Pitchfork Music Festival poses many dangers for press correspondents but myself and photographer Justin Hamlett braved Chicago's Union Park

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Pitchfork 2012: Interview – Alex Zhang Hungtai of Dirty Beaches

by Raj Ranade The first band-mates of Alex Zhang Hungtai, the man behind the fascinating art-rock project Dirty Beaches, didn't exactly mince words when explaining why they had to

the late Bill Doss in one of his final performances, at Pitchfork 2012

Pitchfork 2012: Interview – The Olivia Tremor Control

by Raj Ranade Note: Two weeks after this interview was conducted, Olivia Tremor Control singer Bill Doss passed away at the age of 43. No cause of death has

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