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Moving Pictures: “Hey Friend” by JEFF the Brotherhood

JEFF the Brotherhood's "Hey Friend" is a tale of two songs played out over a tale of the road. The first half is an extended jam into murky, ...
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Moving Pictures: “Sharevari” by The Dirtbombs

Now, this is interesting. The Dirtbombs, the Motor City garage rock band who first made a name for themselves ten years ago with Ultraglide in ...
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Moving Pictures: “Don’t Stop Now (Live at Matador’s 21st Birthday Party) by Guided by Voices

There's a moment when Guided by Voices play the ballad, "Don't Stop Now," live, it happened in Columbus, it happened in Detroit, and I'm ...
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Moving Pictures: “Heathen Child” by Grinderman

Warning: The video you are about to watch contains brief nudity, comedic violence, mildly disturbing imagery, an incredible song with the most ...
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Live: Black Mountain @ Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland. 07.24.10

If the crowd Saturday night at the Beachland Ballroom for the heavy, psychedelic grooves of Vancouver's Black Mountain was sparser than expected, ...
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2010 Pitchfork Music Festival: Pavement

Thousands of people came to Union Park to see indie-rock icons, Pavement, reunite.  No one came to Union Park on Sunday for Rockin' Rian ...
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2010 Pitchfork Music Festival: Lightning Bolt

At approximately 3:45, a text message was sent from a music critic to his photographer.  It read, "All these bands are boring the sh*t out of ...
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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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“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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Moving Pictures: "H.M.A. (Heavy Metal Addict)" by Boris

Never let it be said that Japanese heavy music maestros, Boris, don't like to have fun. Granted, the 60 minute drones in their catalog bear the ...
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