By The Only and Only Teej It’s Halloween, on the off chance you didn’t notice, meaning the usual. Leaves fall from the trees, the weather gets a bit nippy, apple and hard cider is wicked cheap, and women dress as…
By Carley Weber On Friday, at the Midpoint Music Festival, my videography group for CityBeat decided to see less shows, than the night before, in order to capture a select few shows in more depth. The other team of cameramen…
By Alex Wolfe I was writing a review for this blog when my girlfriend turned around and said, “Have you listened to the Arcade Fire yet?” I paused, took off my headphones, and we listened. Then we listened to it…
By: Kelsey McLaughlin The Midpoint Music Festival is quickly approaching, and this year local band, Plastic Inevitables, are joining in on the fun. Plastic Inevitables consists of Phillip Alexander (vocals, guitar, and keys), a Commercial Music Production Major, Andrew Rogers…
By Tim Miller: Host of Listen or Don’t with Tim & Paul Few things in the world bring me more joy than live music. Fact is I probably went to more concerts as a teenager than most people do in…
Folk/bluegrass group Wheels sat down with Bearcast Media to talk about their origins and upcoming CD release.
This month, The Comet is hosting a series of live musical events, organized by The Marburg Collective (http://www.marburgcollective.com/). There are some excellent artists on the bill this month, ranging from intimate, personal acoustic songwriting to forward leaning, floor pounding rock…
Tagged with: 60 Cycle Hum
, Bearcast Media
, Bearcast Radio
, Derek Eller
, Live Music
, The Comet
, The Marburg Collective
, University of Cincinnati
Posted in Bearcast Programming
Zak Shepherd, host of Three Guys Walk Into a Bar, attempts to drink 70% of a gallon of milk in 70% of an hour. Be sure to listen Three Guys Walk Into a Bar, Mondays from 10pm-midnight.
By Phil Terry: DJ of Late Night Snack D.Y.D. is local rap group, which includes me, (Phantom) and my buddy Soul. We recently signed a contract with the Elementz ECG crew, and are coming out with a new album. A…
The Last Troubadour is a four piece alternative rock band from Cincinnati, OH. Since their start two years ago, the band has been named Bogart’s 2011 Sound of Cincinnati Winner, and released a full length debut album.