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Update 2019: 10 Years of Johnny Cremains

Posted by Ed Porter on

It's the first update of the new year and there's lots going on, so let's get to it! Tomorrow night we'll be celebrating the anniversary of Johnny Cremains with a show at Genos Rock Club. It's been 10 years of melancholy for the band, as they continue to darken the Maine music scene with their beautiful sorrow. Check the event on Facebook. Doors @ 8:30, 21+, $8, Glacier & Quad open. Confusatron continue their comeback which started last year with a show on the 23rd with Cadaverette and Greylock at Geno's. Check the event on Facebook. Doors @ 8:30, 21+,...

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Update 2017: Apocryphonic, Lude Boy, Coast City, and Bandcamp

Posted by Ed Porter on

It's been over a year since we did any update to the website. Sometimes life gets in the way of living...But we're happy to be closing out the year with a number of new things for you. First, we have new music for your ears! Apocryphonic recently unearthed their Decline recording from 2014 and finished the mixing and mastering. We're happy to present it to you as a name-your-price download. Enjoy!:   Next, we have new music to buy! We've aquired (via craigslist) a number of items from the out-of-business punk rock label Lude Boy Records. There are $1.95 CDs...

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New Prices, New Website, Deep Discounts! Other News!!!

Posted by Ed Porter on

In case you haven't noticed, the website has been updated. It's now much easier to navigate and, hopefully, find the music you've been craving to hear. In addition to changing how it looks, we've adjusted prices across the board. Check out the Specials section for the deepest discounts, a lot of items reduced to just $1.95 each! We've even adjusted our shipping charges and the prices on bandcamp for digital music. Doug is always the busy musician, playing multiple shows a month. Make sure to see him in February. He'll be performing at these places with these acts: 2/12/16 -...

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The Ghosts of Johnson City CD available!

Posted by Ed Porter on

We now have CDs of Doug's latest project in stock! Check out The Ghosts Of Johnson City, a group with musical roots in Appalachia and the Deep South. They play simple and soulful versions of old mountain music. Sad songs of love and loss in times of poverty. Buy a copy here and download/listen to it on bandcamp: To celebrate the release of the album, they'll be playing on Saturday at the Portland House of Music and Events. Tickets are available here:

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