Other Voices, Other Rooms…

Joseph Deuel (photo by Andrzej Pilarczyk)
Joseph Deuel

Photograph by Andrzej Pilarczyk

From Saratoga Today: Thomas Dimpoloulos interviews Joseph Deuel, native Saratogian, Caffe Lena soundman, photographer, Nippertown contributor and all-around good guy…

From UAlbany Magazine: Steve Barnes chats with UAlbany alum Nora Lum (aka, stand-up comedian/rapper Awkwafina) about her featured role in “Ocean’s Eight,” the upcoming all-female spin-off of the “Ocean’s 11” film series.

From The Spot 518: Michael Hallisey profiles Local 518ers the Holly & Evan Band.

From SMU National Center for Arts Research: Hudson was named one of the Top 5 Small Cities (10,000-50,000 people) on the list of Most Vibrant Arts Communities in America.

From Thrillist: More kudos for Hudson. In “The Best Small Towns to Visit in All 50 States,” Hudson tops the list for New York; Northampton for Massachusetts.

From WEXT-FM: Andrew Gregory is back with his quarterly update, The Local 518 Music (and More) Report for the first quarter of 2017. Bet you didn’t know there was so much Local 518 music…

From All Over Albany: The Downtown Albany BID is asking you to vote for the movies that you’d like to see screened outdoors this summer for their Bites Camera Action series in Tricentennial Park at 8:30pm on Mondays from July 10-August 14. Deadline to vote is 12midnight on Friday, June 2.

From WeAllWantSomeone.org: Bryan Lasky’s photo gallery of Catfish & the Bottlemen and the Worn Flints in concert at the Upstate Concert Hall earlier this month.

From Paste: Bonnie Stiernberg’s story, “What We Can (And Can’t) Learn From the Downfall of PWR BTTM,” who played Skidmore College’s Falstaff’s in Saratoga Springs just last month.

From The Alt: After writing a cover story/rave review of PWR BTTM’s concert at Skidmore last month, Eli Enis shares his “disappointment, frustration and betrayal”

1 Comment
  1. Andrew Gregory says

    I’m always amazed, every time I compile the local music updates, on how much there is, and overall quality. I also addressed a sometimes heard complaint this year. To make the report more user & band friendly, it’s now in pdf form with the listings include hypertext to preview recordings, watch videos, read articles, and access other content with just a click.

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