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Our Mutual Friend: Peletonia Benefit at Park Street Patio

Cassandra Zahran Cassandra Zahran Our Mutual Friend: Peletonia Benefit at Park Street Patio

We share music with one another for a myriad of reasons; It can bring a tear to the eye, a dozen goosebumps down your spine or surface a memory you haven’t accessed in some time. There is special significance in a lyric, a melody or the instrumental backbone of the piece, resonating in a specific […]

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Concert Preview: Mac DeMarco

Cassandra Zahran Cassandra Zahran Concert Preview: Mac DeMarco

Alas, the gap-toothed Canadian has finally made voyage to the Midwest! Tonight, at the (fabulously) dirty rock bar, Skully’s Music Diner, Mac DeMarco will be making his debut in Columbus, Ohio. The Canadian-turned-New-Yorker is a genuine goofball– to put it lightly. His comedic character is entertaining, shameless and entirely unpredictable. His soft, sentimental vocals are charming […]

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Review: Saturday at the 2014 Bunbury Music Festival

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Review: Saturday at the 2014 Bunbury Music Festival

My Saturday at Bunbury started with catching Bronze Radio Return on the Warsteiner stage. The band blew me away. Their tunes featured a harmonica and banjo and a roots rock sound. They had smiles on their faces for the entire set and moved around. Everyone in the crowd was dancing and singing along to the […]

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Concert Review: You Blew It!, The So So Glos, The Front Bottoms, and Say Anything

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Concert Review: You Blew It!, The So So Glos, The Front Bottoms, and Say Anything

You Blew It!, The So So Glos, The Front Bottoms and Say Anything were the bands on the bill this Wednesday night at Newport Music Hall. The show started early in the evening and so did the mosh pit. Orlando punk band You Blew It! opened the show and the crowd went wild almost immediately. […]

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Review: Under The Sun Tour 2014

Matt Ellis Matt Ellis Review: Under The Sun Tour 2014

“We’re going to do this every year. I hope you don’t mind”, declared Sugar Ray’s forever-stuck-in-the-90′s front man, Mark McGrath, to an exuberant crowd that has packed the LC’s lawn for this year’s dosage of a trip down memory lane to a time when cell phones were West Coast nerd toys and the almost weekly […]

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Concert Review: The Antlers

Cassandra Zahran Cassandra Zahran Concert Review: The Antlers

Last night, The Antlers delivered an extremely intimate set to the sold-out crowd at A&R Bar. The four piece band is comprised of two keyboards, a guitar, drum kit and two trumpets– Yes, a horn section. Their ambient sound fed the crowd images of lustful and tortured souls, eluding into dream-like melodies and faded vocals. […]

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Concert Review: Shakey Graves

Cassandra Zahran Cassandra Zahran Concert Review: Shakey Graves

One-man band, Alejandro Rose-Garcia, also known as Shakey Graves, showcased his talent for old school folk and rock ‘n’ roll at Newport Music Hall on Monday night. The CD102.5 presented show brought a rowdy crowd to the venue that night, the entire floor level hootin’ and hollerin’ prior to Alejandro’s set. After recently playing Nelsonville […]

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