Author: Grace Davies

To say I was hyped for this show would be a serious understatement. The last time Canadian punks PUP came to our local concert city of Cleveland was for the BravoArtist Snowded in Fest at the tail end of 2017. Unfortunately, I was unable to go, which depressed me when thought of for the next […]

Saying Remo Drive is one of my top bands would be a soft understatement. When I saw the “Art School” video on a whim in high school, I was simultaneously blown away and hooked into the bouncy, yet angsty vibe of Remo Drive. Two years later, more weight gain and a college degree started, Remo […]

Photo Credit: https://twitter.com/yungblud/status/1022920700447916032 With a new wave of British bands coming out over the past couple of years and hitting the mainstream, quite most of them didn’t have enough personality or musically interesting to keep a hold of my attention after a couple of singles or an album or two. After the first 1975 record, […]

On March 15th within the main room of Kent’s Williamson House on a sprinkly Friday evening was the inaugural year of  Black Squirrel Radio’s Ladypalooza. Black Squirrel Radio brought in three local female acts and had them perform an intimate, small set for an audience of about thirty. But just because it was intimate and […]

The common conception of the Canadian people in the American Consciousness is a population of maple-syrup coated and hockey playing kind folks. Canadian punk rock band PUP’s sound will blast that ideal out of your brain and get your feet moving. Starting with their 2014 self-titled album and their sophomore effort, The Dream is Over in […]


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