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Rob Cimmarusti: The Art of Turning the Knobs PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 10 June 2003 18:00
Some musicians enter the recording studio expecting the producer and recording engineer to work magic. But if they come to Rob Cimmarusti, they should just expect the cold, hard truth. A lot of producers and engineers have reputations as alchemists, turning the raw materials into something more valuable, or stamping them with a signature sound.

 
The Quad Cities Band Rat Family Reunion PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 10 June 2003 18:00
It’s billed as the Midwest’s largest gathering of motorcycles, and if you like bikes, you probably already know about Sturgis on the River. But the free event is also becoming something of a local band showcase, so if you’re a fan of Quad Cities bands and music, it might well be worth your time on Friday and Saturday.

 
A Sound Business PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 10 June 2003 18:00
On practically any given day or night in the Quad Cities, there’s bound to be a band playing, an open-mic jam, or some musicians cranking it out in some way, shape, or form. One of the most important aspects, if not the most important aspect, of making music is the sound, and if you’re making it around here, chances are you know who Frank Holst is.

 
Seth Knappen Gets Naked PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 27 May 2003 18:00
Minimalism in rock music is a big risk. When an artist chooses to keep it simple – with pared- down instrumentation, lyrics, and vocals, and songs that move with the energy of a funeral procession – only the best material survives scrutiny, because there’s nothing to fall back on.

 
Peppers Please in Mark Concert PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Written by Aldino Frassinelli   
Tuesday, 20 May 2003 18:00
The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Queens of the Stone Age supplied the Quad Cities with some heartfelt rock, a little funk, a psychedelic harmony, and just a touch of the blues at their May 9 show – things that have been missing from The Mark in recent months.

 
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