Other Voices, Other Rooms

From Forces Parallèles: French writer Guillaume Gaguet weighs in with a four-out-of-five-stars review of Hair of the Dog’s latest album, “Liam Left the Lights on Again.” In French, of course…

From Foss Forward: Not-so-much-of-a-polka-fan Sara Foss seemed to enjoy herself at polka band Brave Combo’s concert on Wednesday night in Lake George’s Shepard Park, sponsored by the Lake George Arts Project.

From CRUMBS Blog: Apparently, Nippertown ruffled some feathers with our report on the upcoming Local Legends Live fest at the Empire State Plaza on Saturday, September 8. Ralph Renna seemed to be particularly upset…

From K’Brocking: And Kev Brock was pretty upset with our story, too. He wrote about it here. And here. And here. And here…

From All Over Albany: The AOA folks have the schedule of readings and other events in the College of Saint Rose’s Frequency North series slated for the Albany campus during the 2012-2013 school year.

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From Saratoga Wire: Thomas Dimopoulos pays a visit to Brittany Nasser’s DiVinyl Revolution store in Saratoga Springs.

From Hudson Sounds: Myra Herron made a conscious decision to “follow a path away from the traditional” this summer, and she followed through with reports on Imani Winds at Maverick Concerts and the Bang On a Can All-Stars at MASS MoCA.

From the Free George: Ezra Prior writes about last month’s final night of Northampton’s Pleasant Street Theatre, and the theater-closing concert by Frank Black.

From Death + Taxes: In the wake of all the talk this week about the possible resurrection/transformation of the near-dormant Latham Circle Mall, Ned Hepburn’s compilation of 84 photographs of dead-or-dying shopping malls all across the country struck a particular nerve with us…

From City Sound Inertia: Former Nippertonian Andy Maroney serves up his review and photographs of two Phish concerts at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco last weekend…

From Pitchfork: The People’s List – The Top 200 albums released between 1996-2011 – according to nearly 28,000 Pitchfork readers – is pretty much exactly what you’d expect it to be. NOT-SO-MUCH-OF-A-SPOILER ALERT: Radiohead takes the top two spots…

From Etsy: And to cap off this week’s round-up, here’s where you want to go in order to purchase one of New Jersey-based artist Lorrie Veasey’s Lionel Ritchie Cheese Platters. $10.

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