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PHOTOS AND REVIEWS: Exit Dome 4

PHOTOS AND REVIEWS: Exit Dome 4

Charlie Watts Riots, Phantogram and more rocked the WEXT studios.

Nona Hendryx destroys Schenectady

Nona Hendryx destroys Schenectady

And guess who was the opening act?

The Birthday Girl

Maya turns 2 and hunts for Easter eggs with big sister Zoe.

Photos: The Neighborhoods Return to the Hood

The Neighborhoods’ triumphant return to Albany with Charlie Watts Riots and John Effin’ Powhida.

Photos: Discard Avant Garb Recycled Fashion

There was nothing trashy about the 10th year anniversary show.

The Boredoms present Boadrum 9 @ EMPAC

View All | Full Screen | Review The Boredoms present Boadrum 9 at the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center, RPI, Troy, New York. With special guests Deerhunter. September 11, 2009. To replicate the sensory experience of this event, watch this clip but be sure to run your computer’s audio through a Marshall, turn the  Read more »

iBry for iPhone

iBry for iPhone

Need your Bry-Bry on the go? There’s an app for that.

"Will You Take Me As I Am?" Celebrating Joni with Michelle Mercer

"Will You Take Me As I Am?" Celebrating Joni with Michelle Mercer

The event was fabulous, really an honor and a pleasure to take part. Thanks to Les for suggesting little ol’ moi; Linda and Michael and everyone at the Northshire for hospitality and a kick-ass store; Rosanne for being there and just for being Rosanne; and especially to the ever-fascinating Michelle, whose stories we could have  Read more »

Photos: Local 518 WEXT Benefit Concert

Flickr: Set | Slideshow “On January 30th, 2009, the WMHT-TV studios became the Exit Dome for a night to support WEXT and the Local 518 artists of all genres. With Bryan Thomas, Matthew Loiacono, Railbird ft. Sarah Pedinotti, 28N, Ramblin Jug Stompers and Sgt Dunbar and the Hobo Banned.

PIX: Valentine's with the Woes and Pseudo Slang

PIX: Valentine's with the Woes and Pseudo Slang

Flickr: Set | Slideshow Underground Music vs Film Tour ’09The Woes || Pseudo Slang || Bryan ThomasJanuary 1, 2009. Valentine’s. 17 New Scotland Ave. Albany NY. Thanks to everyone who came out – and to everyone who made this show happen. Good times.