The Rockometer: Nasty, Brutish, and Short by Pujol

Pujol Nasty, Brutish, and Short Saddle Creek Nasty, brutish, and short, indeed. At seven tracks and less then 20 minutes, Pujol's debut EP ...
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The Rockometer: Celestial Lineage by Wolves in the Throne Room

Wolves in the Throne Room Celestial Lineage Southern Lord Similar in scope to Sunn O)))'s masterpiece, Monoliths and Dimensions, and even ...
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Moving Pictures: “Lonely Boy” by The Black Keys

From the credit where it's due department, and maybe the stating the obvious department, too, Akron ex-pats The Black Keys sure do know how to ...
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“The Unsinkable Fats Domino” by Guided by Voices

Lost in the news that the reformed Guided by Voices (Robert Pollard, Tobin Sprout, Mitch Mitchell, Kevin Fennel, and Greg Demos) would be releasing ...
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Can An Unreleased Bill Fox Song Become an Occupy Wall Street Anthem?

For some, the biggest problem they have with the income equality movement, Occupy Wall Street, is that it doesn't have a clear set of goals. ...
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I Rock Cleveland’s Guide to Listening to Lulu and Surviving

Look, we all know that the "The View," the first single released by Lulu, the collaboration between Lou Reed and Metallica was junk.  It showcased ...
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New Proposal From City of Cleveland Council Members Would Ease Tax Burden on Local Clubs

For those new to the current fight over the City of Cleveland's admission tax on music venues, the short version is this: The City's 8% tax is ...
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“No Nostalgia” by Parts and Labor

NYC's Parts and Labor are one of the few rock bands on the scene today to successfully and convincingly integrate electronics into their sound (Way ...
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