Mirrors (a k a the Mirrors) were a rock band from Cleveland, Ohio, originally active 1973 - 1975, although some accounts indicate they formed as early as 1971 or 1972. Their sound has been described as "psychedelic garage" and "proto-punk."
In his review of a 2009 LP of their 1970s material for Mother Jones, former Maximumrocknroll editor Mark Murrmann described them as "not as bent as the Electric Eels...nor as throttling as Rocket from the Tombs." The band's founder, Jamie Klimek, who sang and played guitar, said they "were ferociously loud." The other members were Jim Crook, guitar, Mike Weldon (who started Psychotronic Video magazine in 1980) drums and a succession of bassists first Craig Bell (later of Rocket from the Tombs) followed briefly by Paul Marotta who soon switched to keyboards (and played with the electric eels), then Jim Jones (who later played guitar in Pere Ubu), then Bell again and finally Jones again.