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[Guest Post] Mr. Porter’s wild night: PHOTOS of Sunrunner, Covered in Bees and Mamá Ladilla

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The following post, which is about Douglas Porter—one of the most prolific musicians in the Portland scene—comes as a guest contribution by Ben McCanna. It originally ran on his blog Post Mortem Portland, a site which bills itself as a “photographic account of heavy music in Portland, Maine.” As I have long admired Porter, and […]

Erik Neilson talks Rural Ghosts, City of Elms, and growing up on Portland music

I have been in touch with Erik Neilson for a couple of years now, and have followed the progression of his project Rural Ghosts for the same amount of time. Neilson’s enthusiasm for making music, and the local music community at large, is infectious. He released his newest album, City of Elms, earlier this month, […]