Headstart // Episode 164

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Special thanks to Woodspeak Guitars.  Need a new guitar, maintenance, repair? Talk to James. Tell him freezingprocess sent you.
Thanks to Portland House of Music and Events for hosting our recordings. Go there and listen to some great music on the patio this summer.

It was a special week, because we got to talk to one of our own about their upcoming show this weekend at HOME. Kevin enlightened us on Headstart‘s “alleged” farewell show this Saturday August 1st, whether a band ever really has a last show, and what it takes to promote a show. He would also like to kindly remind everyone to bring extra money to bring multiple shots to the stage.

Go to HOME this Saturday August 1st to see the last Headstart show EVER.

Listen to WCYY Wednesday night with Mark to hear some Headstart and win some tickets to the show!

Worried Well // Episode 163

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Thanks to Portland House of Music and Events for hosting our recordings. Go there and listen to some great music on the patio this summer.

Worried Well joined us at HOME this week where we chatted about their new album, how great two and a half minute songs are, and Ina Garten.

Find them at worriedwellmusic.com, and facebook.com/worriedwellmusic

See them at Empire this Friday, July 24th, and buy their album, Great Appetite, Poor Taste, that day too on worriedwell.bandcamp.com

Dustin Saucier // Episode 162

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Thanks to Portland House of Music and Events for hosting our recordings. Go there and listen to some great music on the patio this summer.

This week we had the pleasure of hanging out with Dustin Saucier at our new recording location, the Portland House of Music and Events. We chatted about Dustin Saucier and the Sad Bastards, the upcoming Emo Night on July 18th, and his recent Naked & Free recording.

Kris Rodgers // Episode 161

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This week Kris Rodgers of Kris Rodgers & The Dirty Gems hung out with us at Geno’s, where we talked about his upcoming international tour, making music videos, and where his favorite cheese is from.

If you happen to be in Spain next week, check out their upcoming dates on www.krisrodgersmusic.com

Vinyl Cape // Episode 160

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Also, special thanks to our sponsor Sea Dog Brewing Company. Go there. http://seadogbrewing.com/

Brzowski, and C Money Burns met with us this week to discuss their project Vinyl Cape, and other upcoming endeavors.

Brzowski and C Money Burns will be performing Friday, April 17th at Bayside Bowl

Caroline Cotter // Episode 159

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This week Trent had a chat with Portland musician Caroline Cotter about her new album Dreaming As I Do, being at the top of the Folk Charts, and making brunch for Kickstarter fans.

Join her Saturday, March 28th at Acoustic Artisans in Portland for her CD release show.

Ken Bell & Holly Nunan // Episode 158

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Also, special thanks to our sponsor Sea Dog Brewing Company. Go there. http://seadogbrewing.com/

Holly Nunan guest-hosted this week’s episode featuring one of favorite guests, Ken Bell. Ken gave us the exclusive on some awesome news about his new venue opening on the corner of Temple and Federal street here in Portland, with the name of Portland House of Music and Events (HOME). We are so excited for this great new space and can’t wait for it to open this May/June!

Both Ken and Holly will be hosting this years State of the State.

Ken can be reached at kenbellhospitality@gmail.com

Leveret // Episode 157

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Also, special thanks to our sponsor Sea Dog Brewing Company. Go there. http://seadogbrewing.com/

This week Cat sat down with Leveret to talk about their new album Action At A Distance, their need/want for a drummer, and how much they love free stuff from the internet.

Action At A Distance is out February 8th, available on iTunes, Spotify, or at the nearest Bullmoose.

Their album release show is This Friday February 6th at Space Gallery.

They will also be playing March 10th at One Longfellow Square

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www.leveretleveret.com

Ken Bell // Episode 156

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Thanks to our sponsor Crooked Cove, locally based CD duplication and replication services. Use them. http://www.crookedcove.com/

Also, special thanks to our sponsor Sea Dog Brewing Company. Go there. http://seadogbrewing.com/

We are back and ringing in the new year with one of our favorite guests, Ken Bell. We talked with Ken about what’s been going on since his last episode, like what he has planned for a new venue in Portland, what Kevin and Trent are getting into lately, the future of Maine Digital Press, and how Cat has (technically) made us an award-winning team.

For booking and other professional inquiries, ken can be reached at kenbellhospitality@gmail.com

Sam Pfeifle // Episode 155

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Thanks to our sponsor Crooked Cove, locally based CD duplication and replication services. Use them. http://www.crookedcove.com/

Also, special thanks to our sponsor Sea Dog Brewing Company. Go there. http://seadogbrewing.com/

Longtime local music columnist Sam Pfeifle sat down and talked to us in our super secret location about the unknown (at the time) future of the Portland Phoenix, trying to explain what music sounds like, and misheard song lyrics.

He is now a columnist for the new DigPortland.

Pfeifle can be seen playing with The Grassholes every 2nd Thursday of the month at The Thirsty Pig.