When asked to examine weed’s impact on the nightlife of the Kingston area these days, what struck me was how many people had only positive things to say, some even arguing that it’s become a reverse gateway drug.
There are a lot of interesting bands and solo performers these days. Even for a music addict like me there is always more to learn about and reason to keep your ear to the ground or head in the clouds.
Hey there, gang. By the time this is posted we will know if we all survived the Tuesday Snowpocalypse of March 2017 or whether we are but a frozen memory.
It’s hard to believe the area’s finest Outlaw Americana band 4 Gun Ridge is already on its third album.
I am as usual browsing through press releases to see what’s the weirdest band name I can find in my inbox. I think the winner this week is a Japanese kind of Godflesh-meets-early-Swans percussive noise rock band called Oozepus.
Here’s to you, Kingston. We should be proud right now.
While I love plugging inspiring bands or discussing the area with interesting people, many have mentioned to me recently how Kingston’s dining scene is actually the most poppin’ thing going on lately.
There is something empowering about not only facing mortality but also coming into yourself.
May you all finish this year surrounded by friends, loved ones or even just sympathetic house plants.
The year 2016 was intense for everyone, but Simi not only poured herself into her budding visual arts endeavors but is one of the more active and respected performers in the region.