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13 Most Beautiful, Dean and Britta

(This was written on Thursday of last week and has been sitting as a draft ever since, sorry!) So, even though I am leaving on a bus for Chicago at midnight tonight and have yet to pack or really do … Continue reading

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The Weezer Time Machine

As a woman, hearing the word “you” repeated so many times over the course of an album primarily about how terrible and hurtful and disastrous it is to interact with any woman, anywhere, ever, induces a deep and primal irritation. … Continue reading

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Live in Oberlin, Guided By Voices

Guided By Voices, “Big School” (DOWNLOAD) Guided By Voices, “A Good Flying Bird” (DOWNLOAD) Guided By Voices, “Let’s Ride” (DOWNLOAD) Guided By Voices, “Mincer Ray” (DOWNLOAD) On Sunday night I saw the Guided By Voices “Classic Lineup” show down in … Continue reading

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Live in CLE (Last Night)

Last night I went to a four-band, $5 show at the Happy Dog, which is probably one of my favorite places to see bands play. Full disclosure: as much as I love going out, sometimes instead of being packed in … Continue reading

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Live in Cleveland/Giving It All Away (5)

(Details for the give-away are at the bottom of the post!) Last night Drew and I headed up to the Grog Shop to catch Best Coast with Male Bonding and local CLE band, Clovers. We had seen Best Coast once … Continue reading

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Live in Cleveland (Last Night)

Last night Drew and I met up at the Happy Dog for the Burger Records showcase. Drew’s friend, Tim, was playing his first show as the new drummer for local garage group The Wooly Bullies. The Wooly Bullies play loud … Continue reading

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Live in Cleveland (Sunday Night)

“All of our songs are about sex or creepy stuff or creepy sex, which makes dedicating them to people sort of hard.” — Kip Berman, prior to dedicating a song to a friend at Sunday’s show Sunday night Drew and … Continue reading

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