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I Rock Cleveland I Rock Cleveland | 2009 | April


Pretty Much Everything Else I’ve Heard During the Past Couple Months with Some Commentary

JapandriodsSilversun PickupsBat for LashesAssemble Head in Sunburst SoundBlack Math HorsemenThe BreedersTinted WindowsThe LemonheadsWoodsCrocodil...
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The Rockometer: When I See the Sun Always Shines on TV by Nadja

NadjaWhen I See the Sun Always Shines on TVThe EndLike swimming in a sea of red cough syrup, Nadja's all-encompassing guitar rumble is woozy and ...
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“Arming Eritrea” by Future of the Left

Subtlety isn't a word normally associated with an Andrew Falkous led band. First with McLusky and now with his current band, Future of the Left, ...
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Moving Pictures: "Who Can Say" by The Horrors

Moving from the Cramps and The Ramones to The Cure and Echo and The Bunnymen, from rock-a-billy and punk to post-punk, isn't that great a leap. ...
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“Heikki’s Suburbia Bus Tour” by Rodriguez

The saga of Mexican American folk singer Sixto Diaz Rodriguez, and his return from early '70s obscurity, was perhaps, the feel good story in ...
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Top Jam of the Week: "Yours Truly, The Commuter" by Jason Lytle

There's a quiet confidence, maybe not confidence, but a resolution born of experience, behind Jason Lytle's "Yours Truly, The Commuter." You can ...
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“Magics” by Disappears

"Magics" is the type of jam which teeters on the edge of a grand explosion, but instead of gratifying with the obvious, it works its tension to ...
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“Beyond Yes” by Coin Under Tongue

While the Brooklyn based band, Coin Under Tongue may have zero web presence -- no friends, no tweets, nothing -- that doesn't necessarily mean they ...
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