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With Parts & Labor, Clan of the Cave Bear, and Thee Scarcity of Tanks. 8 p.m. Thursday, December 7. 21 and over only, $5. Pat¹s in the Flats, W. 3rd St. and Literary Rd., 216-621-8044.


The good folks at the Beachland described Jerk as "an utterly bonkers noise-rock four-piece that sounds like I-90 crumbling before your very eyes," and we're hard-pressed to improve on that. But we'll respectfully add this: The band features indie-rock notables culled from Roué, Thee Scarcity of Tanks, and the Perfect Guy. So they know how to rock too. And if you've ever wondered how much distortion you can take, this is the perfect opportunity to find out.

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