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On THURSDAY (the 18th), it's last call for VUDU SISTER (currently recording a new album at the Columbus Theatre) with HAUNT THE HOUSE and DAN BLAKESLEE at the Salon (401.865.6330), leading into a super-busy weekend.
Plus, the return of Heather Rose
PROVIDENCE PHOENIX MUSIC STAFF
| October 19, 2012
Ten years haunting
For many, Halloween's a chance to dress as a slasher or a zombie or a slutty Harry Potter or something. And no shame in that!
PORTLAND PHOENIX MUSIC STAFF
| October 12, 2012
Let's see action
Last call for the sonic mayhem of HANK SINATRA JR. , ELECTRIC EEL SHOCK , and NYC's PEELANDER-Z at Firehouse 13 (401.270.1801) on THURSDAY (the 11th), priming the palate for another steady weekend of live action.
From Stray Birds to Mighty Good Boys
| October 12, 2012
D. Gross + Dan Blakeslee at One Longfellow Square
While Samuel James starts a tour of Turkey, Saturday marks a major leap of another local blues hound. D. Gross celebrates the release of his...
| September 15, 2010
Elsewhere here and there
Elsewhere here and there: Night two of "Live + Local" at Empire features rock and pop/rockers Lost on Liftoff, Grand Hotel, and the Sophomore Beat...
| April 28, 2010
A Peapod press
Really, you’d have to be crazy to launch a record label in these troubled musical times.
Ron Harrity launches a new label with discs from Blakeslee and Hughes
| September 05, 2007
What’s the frequency, Kevin?
For all his strengths as a songwriter, it’s Kevin Ouellette’s talent for finding excellent musicians to work with that really impresses.
Subject Bias explains, And This Is Why You Can’t Have Nice Things
| October 04, 2006
Get ready for summer, punks
What has already been an active year on the local scene only ramps up for summer.
Releases from Pete Kilpatrick, Emilia Dahlin + Subject Bias are just the beginning
| June 14, 2006
Sing for you
Let’s Go Anyway is an album awash in warm embracing guitars, mid-afternoon sleepy vocals, and sentiments perfect for that nine o’clock dusk where everything is possible and nothing really matters.
Harpswell Sound’s warm embrace
| May 31, 2006
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