Post culture staffers Will Hoffman and Dylan Sams discuss the Athens music scene, national music and the influence of electronic music in recent rock and punk records in the fourth installment of the biweekly "Post Rock" PostCast.
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Three cellists and a percussionist are not normally considered the makings of a rock band, but then again, this is not your typical group of chamber musicians; this is Break of Reality, a band of “cello rock” musicians.
The loud, heavy sounds of cellos, not guitars, reverberated inside Baker University Center Theatre as Break of Reality performed a set of their “cello rock” Tuesday night.
It’s halfway to spring and halfway between Number Fests.
Post culture staffers Will Hoffman and Dylan Sams discuss the Athens music scene, national music and what they're listening to this week in the third installment of the biweekly "Post Rock" PostCast.
Correction: This article misrepresented Vice President for Student Affairs Ryan Lombardi's involvement and reasoning in the decision to cancel the performance of "Blurred Lines." The article has been changed from its original form.
Creative research exploring arts, technology and entrepreneurship: That’s the mission statement and acronym for The CREATE_space, formerly known as the Aesthetics Technologies Lab or @Lab during its founding in 2004.
In true Marching 110 form, Ohio University’s marching band was looking to reign on as the “Most Exciting Band in the Land” when it headed to Monday Night Football this week.
The Marching 110 is hitting the road to perform at Paul Brown Stadium as the Cincinnati Bengals play the Pittsburgh Steelers Monday Night.
For the first time in years, Women’s Chorale has a conductor devoted solely to leading the group.
On stage, Nancy Pierce guides a group of women through one of its first songs, tapping her foot during a quick run-through of “What a Wonderful World.”
Post culture staffers Will Hoffman and Dylan Sams discuss the Athens music scene, national music and what they're listening to this week in the second installment of the biweekly "Post Rock" PostCast.
All the way from San Francisco, The Wrong Words will bring the right music to The Union Bar & Grill, 18 W. Union St., Thursday night.
Between tours and working on a new album, Americana country band The Honeycutters will be making their second visit to Nelsonville on Friday night.
Concertgoers can see their share of jazz-infused rock, clashing guitars, ambient noise and folk storytelling, as Casa Nueva, 6 W. State St., will host three bands Saturday night.
What: Hebdo and his drum
The little plastic ID card all Ohio University students are given in their first year can be a free ticket to numerous arts events.
A new school year gives way to a new performing arts sched ule, and this year, Broadway favorites will stand among mu sicians and television stars as part of the Performing Arts and Concert Series.
The writer and singer of the 2007 hit “Love Song,” Sara Ba reilles, will perform for Ohio University students as part of the Performing Arts Concert Series this October.
Chicago has Lollapalooza, Austin has Austin City Limits and Athens has the Athens Community Music Festival.