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  • Fish Tales
  • Fish Tales

    Vermont trio Farm reel in a new album and DVD
    In the final days of summer, musician Ben Maddox sent me the longitude and latitude for God’s Little Brown Church in Alburgh, where he…

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  • The Bird's Nest
  • The Bird's Nest

    The many moods of Vultures of Cult
    There are two people named Justin Gonyea in the Burlington music scene. Within one of them, the singer/guitarist for Vultures of Cult (the other…

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  • Manifestivus Destiny
  • Manifestivus Destiny

    David Pranksy's music-festival feats of strength
    A music-and-arts event called Manifestivus, formerly Festivus for the Restivus, has enticed hordes of music lovers onto 93 acres of family farmland in Cabot,…

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  • Trainwrecks and Tweed
  • Trainwrecks and Tweed

    Bow Thayer puts on a show
    Perfect Trainwreck front man Bow Thayer — who thinks he’s 46 but isn’t sure — says he began the Tweed River Music Festival out…

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  • Spin Doctor

    A former BTV MC returns
    Long before BURNTmd became a successful MC and music promoter, he was 5-year-old Brent Kauffman, selling baseball cards on the beaches of Brooklyn. Now…

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  • iShred

    A Vermont music store thrives online
    Ben Werlin and his brother, Brandon Werlin, were sitting on a rock in Yosemite National Park in 2010 when they decided to revolutionize how…

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  • Mixing Signals
  • Mixing Signals

    Burlington recording studio and venue Signal Kitchen steps out
    Since 2010, Burlington’s Signal Kitchen has been a hot spot best known for its soirées during the South End Art Hop in September and…

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  • Permanent Burgundy
  • Permanent Burgundy

    The Onion River Jazz Band has a steadfast sound
    On Friday, June 8, a septet of sharp-dressed jazzbos will climb aboard the Lake Champlain ferry with their clarinets, sousaphones and other traditional jazz…

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  • True Believers
  • True Believers

    Rabble rousing with the Burlington Ensemble
    The world of classical music isn’t generally known for lawless insurrection, but Michael Dabroski and Sofia Hirsch of Burlington Ensemble (BE) have been overthrowing…

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  • A Little Bit Country
  • A Little Bit Country

    Waylon Speed take off
    Outside Waylon Speed’s practice loft in a Williston warehouse, airtight country-metal songs waft into the street. Inside, a black-and-white photograph of Hank Williams fills an…

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  • On First Thought
  • On First Thought

    Nocturnals' guitarist Benny Yurco goes solo
    In a studio behind Burlington’s Battery Street Jeans, Benny Yurco punches a plastic lamb’s sneering face. He repeats the gesture down a row of…

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    New Burlington label Jenke Records blends style and substance
    Tommy Alexander wanted to preserve the typos in the slangy title of his new record label, Jenke Records. “The word ’janky’ is so janky…

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