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Your Cleveland Concert Calendar for March 2012

Thursday, March 1st: Galactic @ Beachland Ballroom (Part of the Beachland's Anniversary Weekend). Tyvek, Feelings, Puffy Areolas @ Happy Dog. ...
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“Mary Lou” by Black Mountain

Four years on, and Black Mountain's 2008 album, In the Future, still remains one the best examples of modern rock revivalism. This album wasn't ...
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Cleveland’s Cloud Nothings to Join Vampire Weekend, Feist, Gospeed You! Black Emperor and Others at the 2012 Pitchfork Music Festival

The 2012 Pitchfork Music Festival is slated to take place July 13th through the 15th at Union Park in Chicago and among the first acts who have ...
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Moving Pictures: “Sheena Is a T-Shirt Salesman” by Future of the Left

Andrew Falkous of Future of the Left and formerly of McLusky, has never been one to beat around the bush. When he calls you out, there's no ...
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Lineup for The Afghan Whigs curated ATPNJ includes The Roots, Dirtbombs, Mark Lanegan, Emeralds and Thee Oh Sees

After a few delays, the lineup for the Afghan Whigs curated All Tomorrow's Parties Festival in Asbury Park, NJ has been announced. Reunited ...
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Moving Pictures: “You Wish You Were Red” by Trailer Trash Tracys

Although Ester, the debut album from the London dream-pop act, Trailer Trash Tracys, can be uneven in spots, it's willingness to move beyond ...
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“Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9)” by Crocodiles

While San Diego's Crocodiles have been a player in the noise-pop scene since their 2009 debut, Summer of Hate, it's just now with their new single, ...
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The Rockometer: Killing Time by Terry Malts

Terry Malts Killing Time Slumberland Self-described as sounding like Black Flag Tambourine, or as I prefer to call it, Jesus and Mary and ...
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