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Two Hand Fools

Posted on 24th January, by briteadmin in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: Joy Machines Bike Shop
Performance Time: 9:30pm 

Bandcamp | Facebook

Hometown: Cleveland, OH

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“Two Hand Fools are a folk influenced pop punk band from the Cleveland area…They released [an]
album called ‘Who’s Driving’ but they hate it and hate playing songs off of it. Then they released an
EP called ‘Rivers’, and they hated it a lot less. Now they have an album…called ‘House Parts’ and they
actually don’t hate it.” –graveyardnow from last.fm

 


Reverse the Curse

Posted on 24th January, by briteadmin in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: Campbell’s Sweets Factory
Performance Time: 7:15 pm

reversethecursemusic.com | Facebook

Hometown: Hiram, OH

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“These days, it’s all too easy for young bands to fall through the cracks and fail to muster any sort
of staying power. Each genre is becoming more and more over-saturated and we can all agree
that ‘whiskey soaked’ and ‘gravely’ voices aren’t anything new. However, every now and then a band is
able to come out of the woodwork and put a fresh perspective on post-hardcore music—never focusing
on an image or a certain bandwagon. Such is the case for Reverse the Curse.”


Restorations

Posted on 24th January, by briteadmin in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: Joy Machines Bike Shop
Performance Time: 11:00pm 

restorationstheband.com | Bandcamp | Facebook

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

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Restorations is a band. They want you to know that. Their 7” A/B is good for listening and, well, this:

“Nothing says ‘leave me alone on my criminally short break annoying coworker’ like turning up the
volume on Restoration’s 7” A/B.” –Hellhound Music

 

 




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