Mother Yeti’s second full length album My Best Please added a touch of chaotic, mystical, and ambitious indie rock to the music scene in early 2020. A project spearheaded by the relatively young band’s lead guitarist Bill Tracy, the record defines variety. From dreamy guitar solos to crisp, loud tracks that you can’t help butMore
We speak with Phil Hawkins about his mammoth project getting an original, yet painstakingly faithful, Star Wars derivative short produced, and, of course, a stockingful of new Indie tunes
Still from STAR WARS: ORIGINS, courtesy Phil HawkinsMore
Museum Town tells the story of MASS MoCA, arguably the United States’ most expansive contemporary art space, but it does a lot more besides. This flick situates the museum within the various contexts of history, culture, and economic development.
Aerial view of the MASS MoCA campus; still from Museum Town; image courtesy the filmmaker.
We speak with Michael Timmins of legendary alt-rock-country-blues-folk act Cowboy Junkies this past week as the band gets ready to do a micro Northeast U.S. tour.
Cowboy Junkies is a nearly 40-year collaboration between (left to right) Alan Anton, Peter Timmins, Margo Timmins, and Michael Timmins ; photo by Heather Pollock
From the Crystal Hardhat to Museum of Dog, 55 Union Street has known it's share of weirdness and wildness. Now, reanimated as the region's premier mid-sized music and comedy venue, HiLo North Adams is already winning the hearts, minds, and ears of North County.
The newly revealed original exterior of 55 Union; photo and effectsMore
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Welcome, my INDIEcent legions of new music addicts, to episode number 33 of INDIEcent Exposure. I am you host the mongrel — every bit as INDIEcent on the inside as I am on theMore
A few facts you might not know about hot-air balloons: it’s hot—as in, skin-prickling hot—riding directly beneath their burners. Hot-air balloons also rise off the ground a lot faster than you’d think, and can vertically travel 10 feet or more per second.More