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  • Opening of “30 Years at AP” Exhibit at Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame Museum and Interview with Mike Shea

    Unparalleled by no other, Alternative Press Magazine has been a staple in every rock n’ roll household for years. 30 years to be exact. Mike Shea began Alternative Press in the mid 80’s in order to cover the music he and his friends wanted to see. This was before the term “Alternative” music was ...

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  • Concert Review: Spring Fling III at the Agora Theatre and Ballroom 5/15/15

    It’s not a commonality for recognized festivals to take place in Ohio, but Jason Parent, Cory Hajde, and Alex Tucker have made it a point to put Cleveland on the map with Spring Fling (check out our interview with the men behind the festival here). The festival returned for its third year on May ...

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  • Concert Review: Cartel at Skully’s Music Diner 4/15/15

    Ten years ago Cartel released their debut album—Chroma. With hits such as “Honestly” and “Say Anything (Else),” it’s widely regarded as one of Cartel’s best albums. In February, they announced they’d be performing the album front-to-back on a 10-year anniversary tour. WXCU had the chance to see t...

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  • Concert Review: New Found Glory at the Newport Music Hall 3/26/15

    Last December, New Found Glory announced their headlining tour, Sleep When I Die. Bringing along up-and-comers of various genres—Turnover, This Wild Life, and Turnstile—the tour was set to bring together fans old and new.   Turnover Turnover started the show off right with their old-school e...

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  • Concert Review: Echosmith at the Newport Music Hall 3/8/15

    Although Echosmith’s members may be young—the oldest member, Jamie, is only 21—they perform as if they’ve had decades of experience. Forming in 2009, the band has only released one record, Talking Dreams, but their leading single, “Cool Kids,” has already gone double-Platinum. For their headlinin...

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  • Concert Review: LIGHTS at Skully’s Music Diner 3/6/15

    Electropop goddess LIGHTS, stopped by Columbus’ Skully’s Music Diner on March 6th to perform for a sold-out crowd.  While it may have been one of the last US stops of her most recent tour, she was still at the top of her game as if the tour had only just begun. Considering that I had […]

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  • Interview with Jukebox the Ghost

    Jukebox the Ghost has been classified as power pop, indie pop, piano rock and others of the like. Even with only three people Jukebox has never failed to have a full sound. And on February 13th they filled Skully’s Music Hall to the brim with avid fans and gave them that full sound they wer...

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  • Concert Review: Pierce The Veil/Sleeping With Sirens at the LC Pavilion 2/8/15

    Sleeping With Sirens and Pierce The Veil have been staples in the post-hardcore scene for the past several years. On Collide with the Sky, Pierce The Veil featured Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn (frontman), which made the announcement of their co-headlining tour all the more exciting. After s...

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  • Concert Review: Motion City Soundtrack at the Newport Music Hall 1/19/15

    In 2005, Motion City Soundtrack stunned audiences with the release of their sophomore album—Commit This to Memory. Ten years later, they’re embarking on a US tour to celebrate the album’s anniversary. Team Spirit kicked off the show with some speedy pop tunes. Frontman Ayad Al Adhamy, formerly kn...

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  • Concert Review: Fashion Meets Music Festival

    After 18 months of planning, the Fashion Meets Music Festival finally took place in Columbus this past weekend. With a lineup including O.A.R., Switchfoot, Cold War Kids, and more, many were stunned when the event was announced. Not only was the outdoor festival free—but it also took place in Col...

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