February 6, 2017
Our list of artists to watch for the upcoming year, with a little help from our arts-savvy friends from around New England.
Artists to Watch 2017 02.06.2017
From tribute nights to DIY up-and-comers, Factory Portland and Newz by The Nunz has your close coverage.
Maine’s Underground, Online 02.06.2017
January 23, 2017
Mammal Dap gives Take a sneak peek of their upcoming EP, and offers us a not-so-tiny live show at The Barnhouse.
Into the Deep Field with Mammal Dap 01.23.2017
BRZOWSKI and his labelmates at Milled Pavement have been speaking truth to power for years, and don’t plan on stopping.
Now, More than Ever 01.02.2017
December 19, 2016
New England’s last living archive of synthesizers and electronic instruments is online and part of a long, somewhat tragic history.
Did You Know? New England’s Online Synth Museum 12.19.2016
Portland’s writer-director duo on Rusticator Pictures, and how to make a movie that captures Maine’s “Maine-ness.”
Hollywood Comes to Maine…Sort of 12.19.2016
December 12, 2016
Kontak Creative brings you strange beeps, screeches, hums, and flashing lights, courtesy of its inventive founder.
David Kontak and His Experimental Instruments 12.12.2016
December 5, 2016
Vivian Beer wins reality shows and prestigious fellowships, and remains optimistic in this uncertain future for queer creatives.
Manchester’s “Sexy Industrialist” 12.05.2016
Miette Gillette moved from NYC to rural Vermont, where she inseminates pigs and publishes experimental literature.
Whiskey Tits Have Many Dimensions 12.05.2016
First Light tells the story of the systematic displacement of the Wabanaki people and what the state of Maine did to help them heal.
Watch: First Light 11.28.2016