True — it’s only been a month since they last played live (then they were supporting Leveret for their album release party for Action At A Distance). But, it looks like the winter hibernation for the neon and synth-filled world of Sunset Hearts is finally starting to is finally ending.
. . . → Read More: Sunset Hearts are back in action tonight
Can you believe it’s already that time of the year again? Denmark Arts Center Presents: DAM JAM 2013!
Once again, they’re featuring a few of our favorite Maine acts: Sunset Hearts, Coke Weed, and Jacob Augustine, as well as Mountain Animation, Burlington Taiko Ensemble, and a special set from Kristin Hersh (for the record, . . . → Read More: DAM JAM IS COMING – July 27!
For the second year in a row, we put together an official showcase as part of the Brooklyn-based Northside Festival. This time, we teamed up with our friends at StereoActiveNYC (full disclosure: HillyTown was sort of an offshoot/Maine-companion of SANYC in the beginning) and had some help from BreakThruRadio to put together . . . → Read More: 2013 Northside Festival Showcase Recap
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 . . . → Read More: Sunset Hearts Bringing SIX to SPACE
Portland supergroup Sunset Hearts are apparently at work on the followup to Haunted Cloud. Here’s a short tease of a clip with the band listening back to some new recordings.
While the focus of Picnic Music + Arts Festival for many people is clearly the arts, with tons of great vendors selling handmade crafts, vintage finds, and tasty food all around Lincoln Park, we were focused largely on the music side of things, considering that HillyTown curated that portion of the festival. August 27 . . . → Read More: Picnic Festival Photo Recap [8.27.11]
Here are some photos from the show last night! Thanks so much to Empire Dine And Dance for hosting the show and Sunset Hearts for opening up. Project Jenny, Project Jan were incredible – we hope to have them back to Portland very soon.
. . . → Read More: HillyTown Presented At Empire [5.19.11]
This show has been a long time in the making. I’d actually had them penciled in to play in Portland two years ago, but they got snatched up by Fujiya & Miyagi (who they collaborated with for “Pins And Needles“) for a world tour. Their latest album, Home Sweet Home, is a bit smoother . . . → Read More: Project Jenny Project Jan (and more) Will Make You Dance. Tonight!
As you’ve already seen in parts 1 and 2 of our Free Range Music Festival photo coverage, we all had an incredible time in Belfast this weekend. This is the third and final installment of photos, which includes the HillyTown afterparty held at Three Tides. The party was a big success – in fact . . . → Read More: Photo Recap: Free Range Fest [4.30.11] â€“ Part 3