Monthly Archives: September 2010

>Erin McKeown, 10th anniversary Distillation tour, Passim

>    A couple issues back I featured a readers’ poll asking which album you’d like to hear in entirety. The idea of artists playing their prized albums from start to finish in concert has become quite a trend. Critics … Continue reading

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>Heavy duty: A night out with the Stone Temple Pilots

> A review of the Stone Temple Pilots concert at Bank of America Pavilion, Boston, Sept. 1, 2010   We had read the stories: Singer Scott Weiland, numerous times in rehab, had fallen off the stage at a recent show. We … Continue reading

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>Issue No. 30, September 2010

> The Heights of Summer – Scenes from our busy day at the Newport Folk Festival As much as winters are for hunkering down in a small, packed club with a pint of Guinness and a band playing ethereally on … Continue reading

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>CD review: Zoe Muth & the Lost High Rollers

>  Gone Country… by way of Seattle ZOE MUTH &  THE LOST HIGH ROLLERS (Out now)   “Check out one of the best discoveries the EJB has made on the road…the great Zoe Muth!”This note by the Eilen Jewell Band on its … Continue reading

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>Blast from the Past: Guitar Heroes, from Feb. 2008

> This was one of my favorite issues to design. I was messing around with a program called Comic Life and came up with the idea of a whole issue done in a comic book format. I was also working … Continue reading

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>Goodbye Paste

> You knew this was coming. Paste magazine, which had struggled for some time from lack of advertising revenue, is dead… or at least the print edition is. Earlier this week, Paste abruptly let go all of its staff and … Continue reading

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