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Photos by: Gerald Biggerstaff The Cleveland House of Blues saw a Canadian invasion on Monday, October 30. The Canadian post-grunge band, Our Lady Peace rocked the HOB as a part of their 20 Years of Clumsy tour. Released on January 23, 1997, Clumsy was Our Lady Peace’s second studio album. “Superman’s Dead” and “Automatic Flowers” […]

“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 […]

Title: Pizazz Artist: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Record Label: Independent Release Date: October 20th, 2017 Rating:     Since the announcement in February of a fourth studio album, The Flock has been anticipating the release of Pizazz to fluff their feathers with some fresh tunes. Nationally-rising, psychedelic-funk quartet Pigeons Playing Ping Pong have brought their […]

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 […]

The Cleveland Browns were haunted by turnovers and missed field goals against the New York Jets on Sunday, falling to 0-5 on the season. For Cleveland, the running game started to come alive and the defense played well throughout most of the game. The defense was a couple seconds away from forcing a first-half shutout […]

By: Mikala Lugen Photo from Primus Facebook Page It was an exciting week for several bands in the progressive rock, electronic, reggae and jam scene. With summer tour ending for most bands, September 29 was deemed a day that bands could focus their energies on releasing new music and prepare their fans as they hit […]

By: Adrian Leuthauser Photo Courtesy of: Glide Magazine Jocelyn and Chris Arndt have been playing music together for as long as they could remember and their parents are thrilled to see siblings getting along so well. But then again, what parent wouldn’t be excited seeing their kids play music with each other instead of plotting […]

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 […]

By: Miles Purdy and Alice Leach After getting lost in Cleveland heading from Melt Bar & Grilled, Alice Leach and Miles Purdy headed over to see Eskimeaux at Mahall’s. Right before Eskimeaux took the stage, they caught up with Elizabeth Kelly and Karah Vance of The Village Bicycle in Mahall’s the bowling ball nook.   […]

By: Emily Brodke In 2007, a conglomerate of independent record store owners and employees came together to conceive the idea of Record Store Day: one day each year to celebrate the resurgence in popularity of vinyl, and those that help distribute it.  Today, there are over 1400 record stores participating in Record Store Day, located […]


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