Other Voices, Other Rooms…

From JetPack Promotions: We love it when sports and music collide, so here’s an interview with the Figgs’ bassist Pete Donnelly conducted by Chicago Cubs play-by-play announcer Len Kasper. From first base to bass…

From PolicyMic: Elyssa Goldberg ranks “15 Cities for Creative 20-Somethings That Aren’t New York or Los Angeles.” Number One? Oakland, California. But Number Two might really surprise you… And Number Six is Hudson Valley – not exactly a city, but rather the gaggle of towns including Kingston, Hudson, Newburgh, Rosendale, Beacon, all of which are duly name-checked…

From Hyperallergic: Hrag Vartanian offers a review – and a batch of great photos – of the Nick Cave exhibition at the grand opening of Jack Shainman’s new gallery, The School in Kinderhook.

From Talking It Over: Mark McGuire thinks that today’s music sucks. And he’s got scientific proof to back it up…

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From Laughing Squid: When I retire, this is how I want to spend my time – Extreme Topiary

From All Over Albany: Lauren Hittenger serves up a short interview and lovely batch of totally creepy photos from two series – “Reclaimed” and “The Dark City” – by Saratoga Springs photographer John Bulmer.

From the Arthur Zankel Music Center Facebook Page: A cool photo array by Anna Sand, Elizabeth Dean and Lauren Bosche of the Spring 2014 Drums and Gongs performance. Sorry that we missed this show…

From Thinking It Through: Sara Foss reviews the Modest Mouse concert at Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown last Friday (May 23)…

One Response to “Other Voices, Other Rooms…”

  1. J. Welf says:

    The loudness war piece is interesting but im not sure 95% of people listening would ever know the difference. You def lose some dynamics but for casual listeners im not sure they care…

    waiting for Neil Youngs retort…

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