Noteworthy new additions to our music collection.
Cutting features comedian Amy Schumer's stand-up act, which is not for the faint of heart. She delivers her comedy in a brutal and non-PC form, providing commentary on topics that include sex and foreign cultures. Includes the tracks "Swedes," "French Guy," "Maury," and "Get Tested Denise."
Ontario rockers Three Days Grace release their fifth studio album, which is the first to feature new lead singer Matt Walst. The album also includes the single "I Am Machine," which has already become a hit on the rock charts.
The Past, The Present, The Future
Legendary R&B quartet Jodeci reunite for their first new album in over eighteen years. The first single, "Every Moment," highlights a signature sound that has influenced artists for nearly two decades.
In Too Soon!, Cincinnati area comedian Vincent Holiday tackles the political spectrum from the local homeless to the current national and world landscape. But those topics only scratch the surface. Holiday can play with self-deprecating humor about his family or his bald head – his listing of bald comparisons was a triumph as is his ability to smartly weave personal narratives with quick one liners. Holiday can be highbrow and raunchy all in one story. His questioning of status quos and society practices was comparable to Doug Stanhope without the excessive anger and cursing. Holiday hits high marks with his audience engagement and the edgier his material gets the better he gets. His Hitler joke and the track titled “Colossus” won’t disappoint. Holiday will be performing with the Future Science sketch comedy at MOTR Pub on April 26 and performing his stand up at Smokey Bones in Florence, KY on April 29.
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