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October 2007 Feature: Nick Barrows
  1. Radio
2. Summer/Winter
3. Garp Spam Logic
4. Pantomime Green
5. Rockets on Bibles
6. Crash
7. I think we should live in mountains at high altitudes
8. Fisted

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Nick Barrows came for the hills of the Westside of Cincinnati, Ohio were he began his first days of memory behind the bar of his father's Tavern down by the River Ohio. His works have appeared in Forklift, Ohio: A Journal of Poetry, Cooking, & Light Industrial Safety, (1997) Trained Monkey Press (Broadside #22), and he is the former music editor for The Citizen (1998-2002). In 2000, Nick teamed up with the Cincinnati based band, 4 Track All-Stars, where he can be heard on their self-titled debut (on tracks Ghosty Moe, Bebop 2.0), of late, he can be seen from time to time out with local hip-hop band DaMuttss, doing spoken word.