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I Rock Cleveland I Rock Cleveland | 2010 | May


From the IRCWHQ Newsdesk: The Gotcha Media Got M.I.A. Good

At the end of Lynn Hirschberg's nine-page piece on pop-antagonizer, M.I.A., the Sri Linkan born singer is left looking like a walking, talking ...
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The Rockometer: This is Happening by LCD Soundsystem

LCD Soundsystem This is Happening DFA/Virgin Don't count me amongst the group of music critics who will forever fail to find fault with ...
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The Rockometer: Deathbed + 4 by The Ponys

The Ponys Deathbed +4 Matador Records There's nothing wrong with horror-punk, or gothic-inspired punk, per se.  Glenn Danzig and The ...
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The Rockometer: Splash by Jeremy Jay

Jeremy Jay Splash K Records On Splash, Jeremy Jay's latest album for K Records, Jay has discovered guitar pedals, pedals designed to screech ...
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From the IRCWHQ Newsdesk: The Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame Announces Performers for the 2010 Summer in the City Concert Series

The Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame has revealed the initial list of performers for the free Summer in the City Concert Series.  Appearing this year ...
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Moving Pictures: “Little Old Me” by Prisoners

Jason Look and his bandmates in the Cleveland garage-rock outfit, Prisoners, have come a long way from those first in-stores at Blue Arrow ...
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Saturday: Collinwood Cat Benefit with Prisoners, Rainy Day Saints and The Kyle Sowashes

The flyer says it all: This Saturday night there will be a benefit for the North Collinwood Feral Cat Project, a non-profit formed by Debbie Gulyas ...
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“The Pan” by Goodnight Loving

Milwaukee's Goodnight Loving play country and folk inspired punk, but not in the way one might think.  Most times when the words folk and punk are ...
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