Thursday, May 6, 2010

Severe, Brody's Miltia / Black Market Fetus, Killed in Action, In Defence, No Man's Slave Skateboard Decks?!??

The artwork for the split Brody's Militia & Black Market Fetus 7" EP that came out on Give Praise Records is now featured on skateboard decks From Board Pusher for $44.99.  You can also get ones of In Defence, No Man's Slave, Killed in Action, and Severe.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Opening Show At The New Record Store Downtown This Friday (5/7)

This is from Brandon of Paralyzer.  He posted about it on the Cincinnati DIY board.

There is a new record store opening up on Main St. by the folks who run Iris Book Cafe. I don't know the name yet, but I know they will be doing an opening show this Friday, May 7th. I apologize for not knowing all of the info about it, but I wanted to get the word out asap. Troy from the Bikehaus is setting this up. I apologize if a post has already been made. Below is what I know.

Matt Shelton
+1 (I forgot who)

Next to Iris Book Cafe which is at 1331 Main St.

guessing around 8 or 9 pm.

Come out and support the new store! Please post more info about this show if you have any!


Sunday, May 2, 2010

Brody's Militia in Terrorizer (UK) Magazine!!!!!!!

If this image came out too small, click on this for the full-sized image.

And be sure to check out Brody's Militia on the web at:

Paralyzer Live Video On The Crucial Times (Bearcast Radio)

Paralyzer - Live for Bearcast Radio from Simón on Vimeo.

Classic (and Current) Cincinnati Punk Rock Radio Show

There's a) new classic (and current) Cincinnati punk rock radio show out called That Was Then, This is Now, Cincy. They bill themselves as "part of the local lunch block on wvqc. tapping into that nasty addiction we all have to remembering our youth with the excuse of relating it to our present."  It's run by Bree Blisters (email, twitter, ), who's been a part of the local punk scene for almost 15 years.

It's on Wednesdays at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm on  Radio Free Queen City (WVQC 95.7 FM), which is connected to Media Bridges (and, from what I understand, much better-run than WAIF...).  Check it out!!!

New Record Store Downtown (All Used Stuff!!!!!!!)

There's a new record store downtown, next to Iris Book Cafe, on Main Street.  It's owned by the same guy as Iris Book Cafe, who was the original owner of Kaldi's.  There's insanely cool records, mostly $5 and under (I got the soundtrack to Spaceballs for $4!!!!!!!!), cassettes, comics, DVD's, Videos (I think???), and some 8-tracks.  They're gonna be rotating their stock, too.

It's between 13th and 14th Streets.