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Steel City Start-ups: Mace Ballard

April 11, 2012
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This article is from our April 2012 issue. The full issue is available for download. Pop-punk four-piece Mace Ballard, named after an outlaw from Western film The Durango Kid, has an incredible spirit that has landed them a reputable place in the Pittsburgh music community. The band consists of singer and rhythm guitarist Chris Daley,...

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Kimya Dawson Concert Review

April 11, 2012
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Kimya Dawson put on an astonishing concert on March 22 at the Andy Warhol Museum as part of the Warhol Sound Series. Clyde Peterson of Your Heart Breaks opened for her, playing alone on the small stage with just an electric guitar adorned with a few penguin stickers. He opened his first song with,...

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Mr. Roboto Concert Review

April 11, 2012
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When you’re walking into The Mr. Roboto Project you know you’re in for a good old fashioned punk show. The DIY venue isn’t anything exciting—there is a gallery space at the front for housing merchandise, the stage is jammed into the corner of the adjoining room, and you can even see pipes sticking out...

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Mayday Parade Concert Review

April 11, 2012
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It’s cheap cialis online 2012, and that means it’s time for everyone to go on a tour entitled “The End Of The World,” or some variation of that. Mayday Parade and We The Kings are no exception. Together they played a sold-out date at Mr. Smalls Theatre with the energetic Anarbor and the humorous...

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Dr. Dog Concert Review

April 11, 2012
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Let me begin this review with a disclaimer: I do not typically listen to Dr. Dog. Before this concert, my only experience with them was when Pandora decided to play a couple of their bluesier songs on one of my stations. That being said, the concert well exceeded my expectations. The first act of...

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