Brian Chippendale combines a love of drumming and graphic novels to carve out a living in Providence. Rhode Island.
The Price is Right
Musician Philip B. Price—of Winterpills and more fame—releases 12 albums of solo music never before heard.
She’s on Fire
Musician Laini Marenick leaves her job as a therapist to record her first LP, Wandering, with Laini and the Wildfire.
High Jinks from the High Breaks
High Breaks guitarist Matthew Hagen is a musical Renaissance man, playing everything from hip-hop to surf rock to surf metal.
The Indomitable Kat Wright
Singer-songwriter Kat Wright on Vermont’s allure and recording Woody Guthrie’s iconic “This Land is Your Land” for Bernie Sanders.
Heather Maloney: From Opera to Singer/Songwriter
Northampton musician Heather Maloney has been compared to Aimee Mann and Joni Mitchell. Decide for yourself with her new EP.
Listen to Your Elder
Jack Donovan and his bandmates in Elder are on the road and loving where 2017 is taking them and their new album.
Joey La Neve DeFrancesco Heads Downtown
Joey La Neve DeFrancesco talks about Downtown Boys’ new album and taking on the establishment when other musicians hold back.
Footings’ Musical Foundations
New Hampshire musician Eric Gagne talks about Footings’ new album, Resolver, and their New England influences.
All That Jazz
Connecticut saxophonist Mike Casey is an anomaly in the contemporary jazz world—he’s a musician who’s making it on his own terms.