Mystery of Two, the Cleveland based post-punk band who just happen to own one of the top Northeast, Ohio releases of ’09, have set up a February residency at Arts Collinwood. Starting on Saturday, February 6th and continuing for the next three Saturdays, the band will be taking over the Cleveland gallery with dj sets and live performances each night. Joining them will be a rotating cast of openers showcasing some of the city’s best up-and-comers: Filmstrip on February 6th, Buried Wires on the 13th, Freedom on the 20th and Founding Fathers on the 27th Additionally, artwork by band members Jeff Deasy, Nick Riley, and Ryan Weitzel will be out for showing at the cafe next door, a new video for “Mornings Call” will be debuted, and to make things even sweeter, admission to each night’s performance is free.
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