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The Dreadful Yawns/Mystery of Two/Prisoners (Live @ Beachland Tavern, Cleveland OH 5/28/10)

Quite a night to celebrate Cleveland finest label, Exit Stencil Recordings. Cleveland garage up-and-comers Prisoners along with Exit Stencil veterans Mystery of Two and The Dreadful Yawns came together on a beautiful Friday night for one great show! First up was Prisoners, who seem to be relatively new in the Cleveland scene, but didn’t show any inexperience as they had a dominating stage presence with their Turbo Fruits-like blues/garage. In the past six months, I’ve had the chance to see Cleveland post-punk shoegazers Mystery of Two three times, and each time they fly to new heights. They opened with “Golden Hour”, a song off their new cassette EP, Color Me. They went through tracks off their self-titled and EP, and eventually got to their Cleveland love song “Strange Town”, where you would have to see the mid-song noise breakdown to believe it. The main focus of the show was on The Dreadful Yawns, playing their 2007 Exit Stencil debut, Rest. After three years, the songs proved to be in no way boring or rusty, as the Yawns played folky (“When I Lost My Voice”), poppy (“You’ve Been Recorded”), and surprising bluesy (“End Of Summer”). Check out Prisoners at Now That’s Class on June 7th, and The Dreadful Yawns at the Grog Shop with Small Black and Beach Fossils on July 8th. Click on “Read more” for pictures and videos of all the bands.

The Dreadful Yawns MySpace
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Prisoners MySpace

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The Dreadful Yawns – Take Shape

Genre: Indie Rock, Folk, Pop
Year: 2008
Location: Cleveland, OH
Label: Exit Stencil
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01. Like Song
02. Queen and the Jokester
03. Catskill
04. Kill Me Now
05. Saved
06. All For Me
07. Expecting Rain
08. All the Dead Soldiers
09. Don’t Know What I’ve Been On
10. Mood Assassin

I can’t believe I have not posted these guys yet. The Dreadful Yawns are indie-rockers right out of Cleveland, OH. The 60’s-revival sound they take on, added with up-beat folk and gracious harmonies make them well-regarded in Cleveland. I’ve had the pleasure of actually playing a few shows with them, and they are the nicest people, just extremely modest. And I’m really glad they’re on the excellent Cleveland label, Exit Stencil. I’ll rep for any band on that label, but most of all for The Dreadful Yawns.


IM JEFF.
IM FROM CLEVELAND.
IM IN INDIANA RIGHT NOW.
YA DIG?

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