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Ethan Covey

Ethan Covey

Ethan Covey was the Seven Days music editor from 2001 until 2004. He won the 2004 John D. Donoghue award for arts criticism from the Vermont Press Association.
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    • Cccome? Cccome?

      Album Review
      There's nothing new about sticking a harmonica player in front of a rollicking rhythm section and locking into a groove. Pop your head into any…
    • Swale, Waterlanding

      Album Review
      (Icebox Records, EP CD) For a band that's only been around for a few years, Swale have established themselves as leaders of a new Burlington…
    • Lowell Thompson, Lowell Thompson

      (RELEASE) (Self-released, CD) Burlington may be a long haul from Bakersfield, but the warm twang and wine-fueled heartache of Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and their…
    • The Milkman's Union, Here's Hoping

      (Young Scientist Records, CD) The Milkman's Union is the nom de rock of 17-year-old Henry Jamison-Root, quite an impressive whippersnapper. The Burlington resident recorded Here's…
    • Will, Will

      (Saints Rest Records, CD) The Burlington music scene has always been a little bit country and a little bit rock 'n' roll. Acts such as…
    • The New Deal, Gone Gone Gone

      (Sound & Light, CD) Over the past decade, jam-rock has dominated college campuses across America. In that same time, The New Deal have proven one…
    • The Middle Eight, Lubec

      (Self-released, CD) Burlington alt-country darlings "http://www.myspace.com/TheMiddleEight">The Middle Eight have been promising the release of their debut full-length for a long, long time. Now, a solid…
    • Dawna Hammers, Melody

      (New Clear Music, CD) Vermont has long been famous as an outpost for leftist ideals and lovey-dovey hippie happiness - these are the "green" mountains,…
    • The Contrarian, Self-Titled

      Album Review
      (Self-released, CD) In a city as musically varied as Burlington, it's odd that so few local artists are involved in laptop composition and experimental electronics.…
    • Green Party

      Interview: Al Green
      Urban America got a hip new soundtrack in the 1970s, and Al Green's was a leading voice in the soul-music chorus. With a honey-sweet tenor,…
    • Grace Potter, Original Soul

      Album Review
      For a state so far from Memphis, New Orleans and Chicago, Vermont has more than its share of talented blues, jazz, soul and funk…
    • Norse Noise

      Concert Preview: Jaga Jazzist
      Mentioning the words "jazz-electronic hybrid" is enough to scare fans of both genres. Computers make jazzers modern, horns provide knob-twiddlers with retro cool, yet often…
    • Gimmie a Break

      Hip-hop happens in Burlington...sometimes
      Since it break-danced into the national consciousness a quarter-century ago, hip-hop, it's safe to say, has become the mainstream. Witness its dominance on the Billboard…
    • Notes from the Underground

      Burlington will be bopping this week and next as the Discover Jazz Festival takes over town. While heavy hitters such as Branford Marsalis and Randy…
    • Three For the Show

      Three for the Show
      Who ever thought that bands like The Troggs and ? and the Mysterians would be experiencing another blip on the rock radar? Say what you…
    • Sound Footing

      Even without a club, Higher Ground is on the rise
      Higher Ground is headed south. No, not the club -- the former Winooski nightspot will reopen at a still-undisclosed location in the Burlington area this…
    • Black Attack

      Having words with the angriest guy on "The Daily Show"
      As the bile-filled host of the "Back in Black" segment of Comedy Central's "Daily Show with Jon Stewart," Lewis Black doesn't take any prisoners. His…
    • Vinyl Venue

      Rock's past is present at Riverwalk Records
      When you enter Montpelier's Riverwalk Records, you might think it looks like any number of other shops that line the streets of Vermont's crunchy capital.…
    • Turning on a Rhyme

      Catching up with the hip-hop MC Fattie B.
      Settled behind the counter of his Burlington retail shop Steez, Kyle Thompson looks cool and contented. The man known as "Fattie B." is dressed simply…
    • Robber Band

      Interview: Ben MacIntyre
      Rising from the ashes of local funk-punk legends DysFunkShun, rocker gals Zola Turn and countrified Red Headed Strangers, Stealing From Thieves aims to put good…

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