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Detroit Cobras Live in Cleveland Reviewed by Julie Finley

This would be the 1st time I had set foot in the urban landscape known to us all as Cleveland, OHÖ so I wasnít sure what to expect. I donít know the neighborhoods; I donít know the sceneÖ I basically was flying blindÖ I didnít know shit! I arrive at the venue, and I noticed it had some real hardcore live music fans & Pabst Blue Ribbon Drinkers, however it was located and in a real grizzled area. The club seemed a little dilapidated, but who caresÖ theyíre known to book some good shit! One thing I did know was that I was going to see a band that has some fantastic studio records under their beltÖ and I didnít care if they donít write their own songs. I just basically wanted to see a good rock níroll showÖ and that I certainly got!
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The Walkmen Live in Los Angeles Reviewed by USOUNDS Poet Laureate

Each year, USOUNDS selects a poet laureate in order to recount the tales of bravery, debauchery, and delusions of grandeur that are so common to our fleet of Journalists. In the past our laureates have been pale young gentlemen with faux-meek demeanors that belie a core of pretension and rage. This year’s selection, Karim Oates, is no exception.

Karim’s latest assignment was to cover the Walkmen show in Los Angeles at Spaceland this past weekend.
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Interpol Live in Los Angeles Reviewed by USOUNDS’ Poet Laureate

Each year, USOUNDS selects a poet laureate in order to recount the tales of bravery, debauchery, and delusions of grandeur that are so common to our fleet of Journalists. In the past our laureates have been pale young gentlemen with faux-meek demeanors that belie a core of pretension and rage. This year’s selection, Karim Oates, is no exception. His first assignment was to sub for a drug-addled Lance F. Rockaway and cover the first of two sold-out Interpol shows in Los Angeles…
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