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Cleveland Concert Update: March 1st – 31st

Tuesday, March 2nd: Via Audio, Pattern is Movement @ Beachland Tavern. The Caledonia Mission and In One Wind @ Blue Arrow Records (7 PM). Wed...
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The Rockometer: Descending Shadows by Pierced Arrows

Pierced Arrows Descending Shadows Vice Fred and Toddy Cole, the backbone of the cult rock band, Dead Moon, and the two principals of Pierced ...
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From the IRCWHQ Newsdesk: A Big Buzz is Gathering Around Cleveland’s Cloud Nothings

The buzz surrounding young Clevelander Dylan Baldi and his band the Cloud Nothings has been growing at a rapid pace.  This week alone he's had two ...
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“Deny All” by Bettie Serveert

This one's for the three other Bettie Serveert fans in Cleveland.  The three other people who remember how wonderful those early Matador ...
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“Electrocution (Bill Fox Cover)” by Nada Surf

Even those familiar with Cleveland singer/songwriter Bill Fox's solo discography may not be familiar with "Electrocution," a track which first ...
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The Rockometer: Have One on Me by Joanna Newsom

Joanna Newsom Have One on Me Drag City It was a very wise woman who first told me, "If you don't have something nice to say, then don't say it ...
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New Jam Monday Featuring New Jams from The New Pornographers, Eddy Current Suppression Ring, and Devo

First, from the Matablog, comes "Your Hands (Together)," the first single  from the New Pornographer's upcoming release, Together.   The ...
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From the IRCWHQ Newsdesk: Broken Social Scene Releases New Single, The Tripwire Profiles Future of the Left, Brite Winter Festival Set for Feb 27th, and More

* First, there was Broken Social Scene Presents Kevin Drew. Then came Broken Social Scene Presents Brendan Canning.  Next, of course, came the ...
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