Other Voices, Other Rooms…
From the Huffington Post: Katherine Brooks writes about the work of artist Nick Cave, whose sprawling exhibit, “Until,” opens at MASS MoCA in North Adams on Saturday (October 15)…
From Chronogram: Peter Aaron profiles Grammy Award-winning producer/musician Dean Jones of the kindie music combo, Dog on Fleas.
From Albany Business Review: Michael DeMasi writes about a legal conundrum. Brick House Tavern & Grille opened five years ago in Clifton Park. Seven months ago, Brick House Tavern + Tap opened 10 miles away in Latham. Who owns the name?
From CRUMBS Local Music Blog: Andrew Gregory has compiled a round-up of recordings and video releases for the third quarter of 2016 from all around the Local 518.
From WAMC-FM: Jim Levulis offers a profile of the Berkshire-based ukulele makers, the Magic Fluke Company.
From Paste: Here’s a 53-minute concert video of The Who at Tanglewood from July 7, 1970.
From The Daily Gazette: Jeff Wilkins serves up a Q&A with Richard Lovrich, who is in the midst of a year-long collection of 365 photo portraits of people who help drive Greater Nippertown’s creative economy.
From The Forward: Seth Rogovoy writes about the new rock documentary “Danny Says,” which profiles behind-the-scenes music industry Zelig, Danny Fields.
From The Highlands Current: Brian PJ Cronin writes about the expanding music scene in Beacon.
From Hudson Valley Magazine: Lauren Naru writes about the recently opened Falcon Underground, the pub/museum/performance venue located below The Falcon in Marlboro.
From Lenny: Dianca Potts conducts an interview with Sarah Barthel about Phantogram’s new album Three.
From The Berkshire Eagle: Christopher Marcisz offers a round-up of Berkshire art institutions that are going beyond their comfort zones, and ours, this fall.