end of summer shindigs
Saturday August 27, 1pm @ The Compound - E.63rd and St.Clair
In NO particular order, yet:
-This Moment In Black History (gets more blacker)
-Short Rabbits (the ones nobody wanted for pets)
-Roué (the sound of you fighting w/yourself)
-Self Destruct Button (noise wizards)
-Tall Pines (featuring Donovan's son)
-Boatzz (might be from NY)
-User (all members can fly airplanes)
-Founding Fathers (all-star jamboree)
-The North (the real shit)
-Homo Stupids (sounds like a magic show)
-Ol' Factory (not a new one)
-DJ Curry (spicy beats)
-Zyklus II (better than the first one)
-Big Dave (gets bigger)
-Halvdead (more dead)
-Head Pie (like head cheese)
-many, many more.... maybe.
E.63rd and St.Clair bitch. Look for Charter One and the drunk BBQ.
BYOE = bring your own everything.
Pat's In The Flats 60th Year Anniversary Celebration! West Third & Literary Ave.
Saturday September 3rd, 6pm -- Free Show!!
Five bands starting at 6pm in the back field with guest BBQ chef Marty Kramer
Bands performing will be:
NST can not play because of the drummer i las vegas, replacment is being worked out as we speak and if all goes well the first band (original) to play pat's and cleveland punk legends will be on board!
More details TBA soon.
WRUW’s 24th Annual Studio-A-Rama, Saturday, September 10.
Studio-A-Rama, WRUW's annual outdoor concert. As always, the event is FREE and open to the public. Studio-A-Rama is our way of helping to promote the local music scene, giving back to our listeners, and ending summer on a positive note! The music will begin at 2pm and will end around midnight, and will feature 8 local/regional bands, plus a national headliner.
The schedule is as follows:
2:00 - 2:45pm Self Destruct Button
3:00 - 3:45pm ADHD
4:00 - 4:45pm 20goto10
5:00 - 5:45pm Miranda's Moon
6:00 - 6:45pm Rare Blend
7:00 - 7:45pm The Chrome Kickers
8:00 - 8:45pm The Avatars
9:00 - 9:45pm monet.madrid.madagascar
10:00 - 11:30pm Magnolia Electric Co.
As always, Studio-A-Rama will take place outside the WRUW studios in the Mather Memorial Courtyard, on the north side of the Case Western Reserve University campus, one block north of the Euclid/Mayfield intersection. The event will also be simulcast via the WRUW airwaves at 15,000 watts and online at www.wruw.org.
Bring a blanket. Bring the kids. Bring your cooler. Just don’t bring any glass bottles.