Rock of Ages

Rock of Ages

The kids are not all right

(October 16, 2014) You may be familiar with All Ages Humboldt's Facebook page. If so, you saw the sad post about the Placebo losing its home at The Ink Annex on Oct. 31. This...

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Musical Underground

Tunes born in the tubes, streets and garages

(October 9, 2014) How about that Arts Alive!? They tend to be well-attended, those events, but October's was off the charts, partly due, no doubt, to the Santa Barbara-like weather, but also to...

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Worldly Matters

Think locally, rock globally

(October 2, 2014) Humboldt! We have many things happening. A really big show Many readers know famed violinist-singer-songwriter Jenny Scheinman launched her stunningly successful career from the wilds of Petrolia. Within those homestead...

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Things Get Serious

A Week of Musical Heavyweights

(September 25, 2014) I hope you took my advice and checked out El Ten Eleven on the HSU Quad. It was pointed out to me that the first time I saw the mindblowing...

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Musical twists

New takes on old sounds

(September 18, 2014) According to the calendar, this weekend is technically summer's last hurrah. But according to sunny days and balmy breezes, we've got a proper Humboldt summer for some time yet. Whenever...

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The Method to the Madness

(Explanations and parenthetical asides)

(September 11, 2014) Hey there, dear readers! Let's indulge ourselves with an appetizer prior to the main course, shall we? Before we get to this week's music highlights, an account of how those...

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Multigenerational appeal

Inside the minds of the music makers

(September 4, 2014) This week, we check in with veterans of Humboldt bluegrass Absynth Quintet about the upcoming album Telepathy with Glowbugs and discuss making the leap from house parties to professional venues...

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Blues, Brothers

And so much in between

(August 28, 2014) The bad news: Your live music options have been somewhat compromised by the occurrence of the third annual Savage Henry Magazine Comedy Festival. The good news: the third annual Savage...

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School's In!

And thus we celebrate musical abundance

(August 21, 2014) Hi, students! We can tell you're back because our HSU-related entertainment options just blew up. The fine talent bookers responsible for AS Presents have added DJ Shadow and Dirty Heads with...

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Audio Transatlantic

An influx of bands from elsewhere

(August 14, 2014) I write this column early on a Monday morning, Outside Lands Festival grit still embedded in the blisters decorating my feet thanks to a misguided shoe decision. The smell of...

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Dance the Night Away

Dead questions and musical locavores

(August 7, 2014) Crabs are over. The students are returning. The end of summer draws nigh. In the meantime, we still have sunshine at the river and a bit of nightlife to soothe...

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