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I Rock Cleveland I Rock Cleveland | 2012 | August


The Grog Shop Announces Massive Slate of Shows In Celebration of Their 20th Anniversary

  Peek that flier.  Two-and-a-half weeks of top notch shows with Punk Rock, Metal, Indie, Hip-Hop, and Local artists all repped, means ...
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Moving Pictures: “Sunshine” by Summerays

Guitarist Luke Teeters gives the Cleveland-based pop trio, Summerays, a distinct advantage over the countless number of other young bands ...
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Ingenuity Fest Announces 2012 Music Lineup

Ingenuity Fest may have a new home in its 8th year, at docks 30 and 32 on the lakefront, north of Cleveland Browns Stadium, but its focus remains ...
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Moving Pictures: “Wolf’s Law” by The Joy Formidable

The Welsh trio, The Joy Formidable plan to release the follow-up to 2011's Smashing Pumpkins and My Bloody Valentine loving, The Big Roar, in ...
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Moving Pictures: “Angels” by The XX

The XX's minimal blend of trip-hop, indie pop, and American R&B, is as an unlikely combination in 2012 as it was in 2009, maybe even more ...
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About Pitchfork’s People’s List

When Pitchfork first announced their plans to poll their readership to gauge the top albums of the past 15 years, my reaction was something along ...
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“You Read My Mind” by Ladyhawk

Vancouver's Ladyhawk have returned with their first new album in four years, and from the sound of "You Read My Mind," the first track from their ...
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Four For Tuesday: Jams by Mannequin Men, Ghost Wave, Crypts and El Ten Eleven

On earlier releases, Chicago's Mannequin Men favored a classic, trashy punk sound, indebted to the likes of the Stooges and The New York Dolls. ...
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