Roundup up and away! (March 14-27)

Since I’m back to my regularly-scheduled music (and superhero, apparently) blogging over at Subinev, let’s keep these roundups to the Maine news. Alright? On with it!

  • I hope you weren’t too excited about that Digable Planets show scheduled for tomorrow, because it’s not happening. Why? They broke up!
  • The Wire has an in-depth profile of Kittery hotspot, BUOY Gallery.
  • According to the Washington Post, Munjoy Hill is the place to be.
  • This may not be new, but it’s news to me: Portland/NYC duo Foam Castles has an album available for free download on their website. “Why We Walk” is a pretty strong record all the way through, and well worth your time downloading and listening to it.
  • Satellite Lot’s Aaron Hautala has relocated to Austin, Texas where he’s working on putting together a new band under the name The Economy to play the songs he’s been writing. It’s good stuff and he was out in full force during SXSW getting the word out there.
  • NYC’s The Deli Magazine (which, I should mention, I was involved with for the first couple of years) has a new interview up with Awesome Color, who will be coming to Portland next Friday with the legendary Dinosaur Jr.
  • The list of guests at the Maine Comic Arts Festival just keeps growing! One of my own favorites, Gabrielle Bell (Lucky), was recently added.
  • See that on the right? Yup, it’s a flyer for the next HillyTown.com Presents show! See you there!