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The Best Alternative Acts Coming To Cleveland This February

A new month means new concerts!


A new month means a new list of concerts coming through Cleveland!

The month of February doesn't have many alternative acts coming through (trust me, I was as sad researching it as you are reading it) but that doesn't mean there aren't some cool bands to check out that are coming through. So, whether you're swaying to the sweet tunes of Jetty Bones at Mahall's or moshing to All That Remains at the Agora, there's something for you to check out.

Without further ado, here are the best shows coming to Cleveland in February!

1. Mahalls

2/8 -

Deadfall, Elbow Room, The Dollyhoppers, Taylor Scott, As Time Fades

2/9 -

Seeress, Pillars, Two Hand Fools, Brain Cave

2/16 -

You Pastel, Lone Thunder, Grain, Maddie Indre

2/27 -

Elvis Depressedly, Niights, The Cordial Sins, Bare Walls

2/28 -

Mat Kerekes, Jetty Bones Jacob Sigman

2. The Agora

2/19 -

Between The Buried And Me, TesseracT, Astronoid

2/21 -

In Flames, All That Remains, All Hail The Yeti

2/26 -

Coheed And Cambria, Maps & Atlases

3. Quicken Loans Arena

2/1 -

Metallica, GHOST

4. Beachland Ballroom

2/20 -

See Through Dress, Joy Ceiling, Curtail

2/20 -

The Accidentals, Cousin Simple

What concert are you most excited for? Let me know in the comments below!

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Lil Dicky's 'Earth' Is The Most Influential Song Of 2019, Change My Mind

And the music video may be even better.


Lil Dicky is a known musician know for his songs 'Pillow Talking' and 'Freaky Friday' featuring Chris Brown. The songs are fun silly and are very catchy. Last week, Lil Dicky released a new song titled 'Earth' featuring about 30 plus artists including Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Brendon Urie, Zac Brown Band, and many others. This song is just as enjoyable as his other songs; however, this one carries an extremely important message.

In this song, Dicky brings awareness to the condition of the Earth along with the idea of world unity. Through the inclusion of several animal species, he shows how the earth doesn't just belong to us as human, but to the animals as well. Oftentimes, the human race can be extremely selfish and forget that we do share the planet with other species who are just as important as us.

In one of his last verses, Dicky mentions the way we are harming the earth through pollution and fighting wars. This part of the song becomes more serious to emphasize the importance of this topic. In the music video, the colorful visuals turn dark and gray which can bring to attending the dying planet.

In his effort to save the earth, Dicky calls for unity among all countries and continents. Saying how all past issues are in the past and we all need to come together since we live on the same planet. With all the political issues happening on a global scale, the earth and its health are often pushed to the end of the priority list. By adding this part to the song, Dicky brings awareness of that topic back to the top.

'Earth' by Lil Dicky is the most important song of 2019. Through his creative artistry and inclusion of over 30 artists, people will notice the message of this song and hopefully begin to make changes that will impact the earth in positive ways. If you haven't watched the music video or listened to the song please do.

Earth is the only planet we have; thus, we need to show how much we love it by actually taking action to care for it.

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There Are Two Fyre Festival Documentaries, But You've Got To Watch Them Both For The Full Story

Got a few hours? Watch both Fyre Festival documentaries. Trust me, it's worth it.


When it comes to documentaries, the Fyre Festival was the perfect subject. Between each scandal and crime, the festival was full to the brim with captivating content. This fact is best to solidify in the existence of not one, but two documentaries about the catastrophic failure of a music festival. Hulu and Netflix each released their own version of the documentary at almost the same time.

The beauty of these documentaries is that they compliment each other so well. While Netflix took a serious stance on the financial scam, Hulu took a more humorous evaluation of the festival.

The best way to to get the full experience of the Fyre Festival is to start by watching the Netflix documentary followed by the Hulu documentary. This sets you up with an understanding of the severity of the scam.

Netflix gives you all the information you need about the event, with a small taste of Billy McFarland's past. It builds a picture of the intensity from the inside of the operation. Using testimony from individuals involved with the production, the documentary worked to focus on the event as a failure rather than the cultural consequences of the festival. However, the documentary was produced by the social media team for the festival.

Hulu, on the other hand, went back through McFarland's past ventures to showcase a cycle of fraud and lies. With a sense of humor and a more thorough examination of the impacts and process of the festival, Hulu produced a documentary with less focus on the finances (compared to Netflix) and more analyzation of how the Fyre utilized social media.

By starting with Netflix, you start off with a thorough understanding of the logistics of the festival. This sets you up for a better experience with Hulu, that (personally) is the better documentary. The cultural failure that is Fyre Festival is the perfect event to learn about through documentary, but the best experience involves a combination of both documentaries played in that specific order: Netflix than Hulu.

It's nothing like Coachella 2019, but it's an experience you get for much less than a ticket to Fyre Festival.


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