Slideshow and Recap: WRUW Studio-A-Rama


WRUW-91.1 FM threw its annual free concert bash, Studio-A-Rama, for the 30th year this weekend, attracting a mixed crowd of students, music scene veterans, and even some families and dogs to the Mather Building Courtyard on the Case Western Reserve campus. The college station broadcast the show live. Intermittent drizzle didn’t dampen the audience’s enthusiasm for the headliners: New York noise-rockers A Place to Bury Strangers and veteran Columbus trio Scrawl, known for their raw, sarcastic punk-flavored rock, as well as high-energy Cleveland bands This Moment in Black History and Ohio Civil War. Akron’s SSBB, Clevland’s Filmstrip, ShiSho, Cereal Banter, and Lionel Jefferson Airplane, and New Catle, Pa’s the Modulated Tones also played the 10-hour concert. — Anastasia Pantsios

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