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Kanerko roars back with Delusions of Grandeur
2011 will go down as a decisive comeback for hard-rock quartet Kanerko, who are set to release their new EP Delusions of Grandeur at the Met on Friday.
| November 08, 2011
ESH & Dox and Meta P get busy
Rhody rhyme time
Don't sleep — the Rhode Island hip-hop scene is flourishing, arguably more than ever.
| November 02, 2011
Interview: Patrick Norton has a knack for mixing it up at the Narrows
Where the music comes first
The Narrows Center for the Arts — the bastion of blues, folk, jazz, rock, and various stripes of singer-songwriter fare — has a decade of action under its belt.
| October 25, 2011
Deer Tick celebrate the release of their rollicking new disc
John McCauley got a lust for life — and a dangerous mind. But we already knew that.
| October 19, 2011
The Fortune Healers, Broadcaster, and Makeupbreakup
Terrific triple play
The Homegrown inbox here at 150 Chestnut never ceases to amaze, with quality submissions coming down the pipe on a weekly basis.
| October 11, 2011
Say yes to the Can’t Nots
A positive double negative
The Can't Nots released their debut EP, Applesauce , earlier this year and quickly racked up some positive press around these parts, and garnered a Best Breakthrough Act nomination in our 2011 Best Music Poll.
| October 04, 2011
Boobstock III and Singing About Providence usher in October
A pair of highly-recommended shows are on tap this Saturday (Rocktober the 1st!) in the capital city.
| September 30, 2011
Falside cranks up the Snare Conditioning
Return of the beatsmith
There's no stopping Provy-based producer Falside the Beatsmith, who just released his most recent "seasonal beat tape," Snare Conditioning , and has plenty more in store by year's end, as he hand-crafts beats for some of the finest local and national indieground wordsmiths.
| September 20, 2011
Got live if you want it!
Wow — a ton of worthwhile (and wallet-friendly) local live shows are lined up through Thanksgiving, so plan ahead and mark your calendar for these great gigs.
| September 14, 2011
For Matt Martin, abnormal is normal
Psychedelic class clown
Matt Martin currently performs with no fewer than five bands, including his latest solo venture of sorts, which he calls Psychedelic Clown Car.
| September 14, 2011
Rocktucket heats up the Bucket
Are you ready for Rocktucket 2011? September marks the arrival of the 13th annual Pawtucket Arts Festival, popping up at various parks and venues around the Bucket for the next three weeks.
| September 06, 2011
Melody meets atrophy in Baylies Band
Living the dream
"It's nice to win but that doesn't mean the big clubs want us any more than they did before," acknowledged Eric Baylies, longtime ringleader behind New Bedford-based noise-rock outfit Baylies Band.
| August 30, 2011
Why there won't ever be another 'Big Four' - and why that's a good thing
The state of metal
In April, thrash metal's self-billed "Big Four" — Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, and Anthrax — played a one-off American show in the middle of the desert in Indio, California.
| August 24, 2011
Zumo Kollie expands his reach on The Last Showing
Renaissance man on the move
Providence-based wordsmith Zumo Kollie made his mark on the Rhody rap community with his 2009 debut, The Idiot Savant .
| August 25, 2011
Roz Raskin and the Rice Cakes break out the Monster jams
You gotta stay positive
Roz Raskin returned to scene of the crime last weekend, all smiles on Empire Street prior to the Rice Cakes' outdoor set at Foo Fest.
| August 16, 2011
Foo Fest headliner Andrew W.K.
On creating a safe place to go crazy, translating the subconscious, and finding support and inspiration in providence
Andrew W.K. is a wild man who wails through songs that usually boast a blitzkrieg temperament.
| August 10, 2011
Some must-see acts at this weekend’s Newport Jazz Festival
Horns of plenty
To kick off the 2011 edition of the NEWPORT JAZZ FESTIVAL , MICHAEL FEINSTEIN harks to the Voice's classic 1958 date, essaying a handful of Tin Pan Alley chestnuts in his own bravura-flecked style.
| August 03, 2011
Catching up with Zox
Taking it back home
Eli Miller, Dan Edinberg, Spencer Swain, and John Zox are getting the band back together — for one night only.
| August 03, 2011
Slip sliding away with Last One Out
The boys of summer
Damn you, Last One Out. Having revisited their early-'11 EP Double Whammy (free download at lastoneout.bandcamp.com ), the breezy and bouncy alt/piano-pop hooks have once again thumbtacked themselves to my cortex.
| July 27, 2011
Newport Folk Festival expands its scope
Plugged into 2011
Indeed much has changed since the historic and genre-defining Newport Folk Festival resumed in 1986 after a 15-year hiatus.
| August 01, 2011
75orLess Records and the Apartment's jam-packed celebration
It's a bash!
Be sure to get to the Apartment ("where Jake's usedta be") on Saturday, where the mighty 75orLess Records will set up shop for a dual-anniversary bash.
| July 20, 2011
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"in propia," an exhibition of video, performance, photography, and installation work by Raquel Paiewonsky
@ Yellow Peril Gallery
House, by Alan Ayckbourn [playing with the interconnected Garden]
@ Trinity Repertory Company
"The Festive City,"
@ RISD Museum
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In East Providence, the same-sex marriage movement crosses its t's
April 05, 2013 at 3:48 PM
Big win for Brown divest coal movement
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Farewell, Tom Heslin
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