Before you get into the interview, take a minute to grab this brand new track from Glass Fingers, “Out Side,” available here for the first time ever. Word is it is unlike anything on the new album. Enjoy the track, and catch Glass Fingers live at Arootsakoostik this Saturday, July 7, in New Sweden!
Bowerbirds at SPACE Gallery – photo by Bryan Bruchman
Concert preview/interview by Kevin Steeves.
A lot has changed since the last time North Carolina natives Bowerbirds played at SPACE Gallery. At the time, the homespun folk trio were touring in support for the (now) pastoral folk megastar and Kanye West collaborating Bon Iver […]
Sunset Hearts interview by Kevin Steeves.
Regardless of how Saturday night’s SIX mini-festival, curated by HillyTown favorites Sunset Hearts goes — one thing’s for certain — it wouldn’t have been possible without the SPACE Gallery’s expansion last year into the annex next door.
That’s because SIX will feature half a dozen of Portland’s most […]
This Friday, Brown Bird returns to SPACE Gallery along with o’death (who by now you should be quite familiar with). Tickets are available online and at Bull Moose.
Brown Bird at PCMH – photo by Huck Photography
Interview with David Lamb and MorganEve Swain (aka BrownBird) by Andrew Lapham Fersch
What has Brown Bird […]
Wesley Allen Hartley is leaving.
One of his bands, Dead End Armory, was among the early group of local acts I encountered when I moved to Portland in 2008, and I was immediately drawn to his songwriting and performance, which often took on an highly caustic and unpredictable nature. I love danger in […]
This is how the internet and music discovery works now: over the past few months we’ve noticed the words Coke Weed popping up every so often thanks to Facebook’s slightly creepy stream-of-consciousness system and our fine network of Maine musicians ranging from bedroom poppers and diy noisenicks to arena rockers. It took a minute to […]
by Robert Ker
Braids stands out as one of the brightest young bands in an indie subculture that stresses a tribal, communal nature in its music. The Canadian quartetâ€™s debut long-player, Native Speaker, came out earlier this year and is a sparkling set of dreamy, slow-burning pop that rises in psychedelic bursts and recedes […]