Concert Reviews

Halsey sang and danced to a sold-out crowd at the Wolstein Center last Wednesday on the latest stop of her Hopeless Fountain Kingdom tour. The show was opened by Charli XCX playing some of her best hits from the last few years. She got the crowd warmed up for PARTYNEXTDOOR who got the crowd pumped […]

A line wrapped all the way around the buildings of East 4th in downtown Cleveland the brisk night of November 12. Passersby looked in wonder of who was capable of drawing in so many young souls dressed in overalls and flat rim hats. It was none other than Tyler the Creator. After releasing his highly […]

Photos by: Sophie Minello The Front Bottoms consist of a unique sound that sets them apart from other bands. The band recently released more groundbreaking music on their album entitled “Going Grey.” This album created a different sound unlike The Front Bottoms’ past albums. In the past, The Front Bottoms created music with an edgy […]

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend David Crosby sold out the Kent Stage on the blistering, rainy night of Sunday, November 5th to over 600 baby-boomers and classic rock lovers. Accompanying him on tour are some of his most beloved musical friends: his son James Raymond on keys, Mai Agan on bass, Steve DiStanislao […]

“I wish my ears would stop ringing”, my brother says to me two hours post-Death Grips concert.  Last night I had the pleasure of seeing industrial hip-hop trio Death Grips at the Agora in Cleveland. They are on tour with metal band Ministry, as the openers. Everyone lined up outside was dressed for the occasion […]

By:  Miles Purdy Photos by: Kendra Taylor Late last Saturday night, me and Kendra Taylor made the trek up to Now That’s Class in Cleveland. Having discovered PEARS early this year, I was looking forward to what I was hoping to be an excellent show. The show started up with a couple local acts, and Speedfreak […]

With his banging beats and heartfelt soul, Post Malone brought a glorious night to his sold out show at the Agora Theater and Ballroom in Cleveland on September 20th. Fans were given the opportunity of a classic general admission, or a VIP Meet and Greet. It was a no-brainer for me to do the latter. […]

How does a band release an EP with all old songs and base a tour on that EP? Ask The Wonder Years, because they are doing just that, and executing it beautifully. I had the pleasure of seeing the band on Tuesday, September 26th on only the second day of their acoustic Burst and Decay […]

By: Mikala Lugen Photos by: Jocelyn Grimaldi Nelson Ledges Quarry Park opened its gates to 5000 festival goers for the long Labor Day weekend for the 10th annual Summerdance, consisting of three nights of jams in the woods from September 1 to September 4. The weekend was chillier than we had all hoped but nevertheless […]

By:Taylor Pierce Photos By: Adrian Leuthauser Last Thursday I had the absolute pleasure of seeing The All-American Rejects at The House of Blues in Cleveland. Let me start off by saying that I won these tickets in a random dance contest, so everything about this show was spontaneous and so much fun. I invited one […]


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