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Music Interview: Bryan Bruchman + Portland, ME

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  Bryan Bruchman is the busiest person we know. His duties include events manager at the SPACE Gallery, freelance photographer, blogger/editor at HillyTown.com, co-founder of Portland Pins and guitarist for the band Marie Stella (whose ep Trust is out June 12th, stream it here). A Brooklyn transplant (via NJ), Bruchman’s whirlwind creative energy and inventiveness ingratiated him within the burgeoning ... Read More »

Music Interview: Flávia Durante + São Paulo

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  For us, there is no one who better embodies the idea of a Renaissance woman in São Paulo, Brazil as much Flávia Durante. Durante is a journalist, a dj, a music producer, and in her role as publicist, has worked with bands like CSS, Bonde do Rolê, Supercordas, Cidadão Instigado, The Name, Comunidade Nin-Jitsu, record companies like Trama, EMI ... Read More »

Music Interview: Adam Ritchie + Boston

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Adam Ritchie is a man on a mission. That mission (as stated in his twitter bio): “maintaining a dual life: fearlessly running a brand communications agency by day / shamelessly rocking in The Lights Out by night.” Well so far, mission accomplished. Ritchie’s drive and passion has seen his company flourish as well as his band; last year The Lights ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to… A.T.P., U.K.

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  All Tomorrow’s Parties is not your typical rock festival- it doesn’t accept corporate sponsorship and you won’t see police barricades set-up. Instead, ATP is more like a sleep away camp for those truly passionate about music. A special guest, in what has been described as a live mix-tape, curates each festival, there is no camping at ATP, fans and ... Read More »

HBO’s Treme + New Orleans Music Venues

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The much-anticipated new tv show Treme premiered a few weeks ago on HBO and already has spawned a legion of fans and rave reviews from critics. We at Museyon are not immune to Treme’s southern charms. It shouldn’t be surprising though that what we’ve been most fascinated with are all the great travel tips its writers are bestowing on us ... Read More »

Music Interview: Wil Wright + Knoxville

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Wil Wright loves Knoxville, TN. A lot. And after speaking with him about the city, you have the distinct impression that you may now know more about it than some of its residents. When Wright is not advocating the merits of TN, he’s writing songs, organizing tours, singing his heart out and just generally creating magic for his band Senryu. ... Read More »

News: Record Store Day

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Tomorrow is Record Store Day, a day in which to go out to your local independent record shop and give them a little support. Tons of bands around the world are getting behind this by offering exclusives and doing special in-store performances.   The official Record Store Day site is keeping a list of special releases being offered for the ... Read More »

Volcanoes + Art

  In case you missed the news for the past week, a volcano has been erupting in Iceland since the end of March and while it’s been a boon for their country’s tourism, it’s been a detriment to others. The clouds of volcanic ash and mist caused by melting glaciers are shutting down airports all over Northern Europe. The list ... Read More »

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