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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 venue. Owner Ross Raleigh says the nightclub will open in another historic […]

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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

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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

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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

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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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Pitchfork Music Festival 2012: The Preview

by Raj Ranade Depending on who you talk to in the world of music journalism, the word "Pitchfork" can either be a token of taste-making authority or an obscenity.

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Ace Interview With My Morning Jacket’s Patrick Hallahan, Forecastle X

BY EVAN ALBERT Louisville's Forecastle Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary on the waterfront this weekend (click here to read our preview), and this year's Fest has been organized as

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Forecastle Music Festival Returns to Louisville Waterfront for Forecastle X

BY EVAN ALBERT After taking a breather in 2011, Forecastle Music Festival is coming back to Louisville’s scenic Waterfront Park. The Festival spent 2011 as a building year, hosting



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