Local Music

Of all the unique qualities that make Albany band Lemon of Choice so fresh, none stick out as much as their affinity for Hawiian shirts and their ability to craft extremely catchy tunes. Joseph Taurone and Daniel Carr are the primary force behind Lemon of Choice’s self proclaimed “goof-rock,” and here they speak on their […]

Many who know me, or know of me, know I love photographing bands. It is like no other genre. I love the energy, the crowds, the smiling faces, the challenge of photographing dark places, moving subjects with flashes of light (everything a normal photographer avoids.) Well, although I have photographed bands before, I can honestly […]

On Saturday, Feb. 29th, we held Rock & Remember, a show/send-off for Robert “Pops” Sweeny, one of our own, who we lost in December. People from all the worlds with which his life intersected were in attendance, and it was a warm, and definitely rocking event. Off the Record performed, followed by The Chris Busone […]

Music essentially started around the campfire. Whether it was to celebrate a full belly, or ward off the dark that could easily bring threats to their lives, our earliest ancestors gathered around a campfire and brought rhythm and melody to productive use. And okay, maybe we just get drunk now and cover bar tunes, but […]

We had a great time on Saturday at our “Rock & Remember” event, where we said goodbye to a friend and colleague, Robert “Pops” Sweeny. Off The Record and The Chris Busone Band killed it all day and into the night, and Johnny Rabb, Luke McNamee and Tommy Love lent their talents to bring a […]

Last night, Bleak Little World hosted the Radioradiox Open Mic at Corcoran’s Towpath Tavern. The event was presented by Radioradiox and sponsored by both Corcoran’s and Rocky’s Music Studio. A good number of people showed up, and a great time was had by all. And if you were there, you might find yourself here!   […]

Rock and roll, music in general, is a story about the big. Big sounds. Big personalities, big egos, big hair, you name it, but it’s got to be big. And we try to show you how big the Capital Region really is, in its diverse sound and in the people who’ve gone to do things […]

When I was jamming out, my sound stage wishes and wah pedal dreams in tow, I’d heard of Acoustic Trauma. I’d never seen them, but I’d heard a bootleg tape, so I knew what they were laying down. That was in the late 90s, and Acoustic Trauma has been laying it long since I laid […]

It was funk night at the Rustic Barn Pub. Northampton, MA based group, Beau Sasser’s Escape Plan, featuring Albany NY’s Justin Henricks, brought out the funk as they welcomed in spring at their return to the venue. I wasn’t familiar with Beau Sasser’s Escape Plan before attending their show on Saturday night.   I was encouraged […]


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