7 Questions with Glenn Moir of Dopamine

Glenn Moir is a guy you see all over the local music scene. He is always out and about, playing with this band or that. Most recently he has taken up playing with Dopamine. Slapping his bass for the band perfectly as he is the master of the low end. We got to sit down with him and chat about the band and some other crap. We asked him 5 questions, he answered 7. He then proceeded to buy us beer after beer. Really nice guy although I am still not sure how to pronounce his last name. At this point I really don’t care. More? Mo Yar? Moo are? Moo ear? Mow Er? Ok, maybe I do care. It keeps me up at night and when I finally drift to sleep, I wake up screaming. Enough about my troubles, here are the questions.

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Sea King- Review

Sea King- My Own Private Cave (Nomadic Behavior Records)

Jake Newcomb released his followup to last year’s Prisoner’s Dilemma during late summer in Portland, Oregon, but every time I listen to it, I’m reminded of mid-winter in Portland, Maine. Seeing as I live there, that’s only natural, I suppose. Still, I’m impressed that Newcomb can create songs about hyper-specific moments in his life that make me feel like they’re about my own. That’s exactly what he did with My Own Private Cave, his second full-length cassette as Sea King.
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This radio Podcast featuring lots of local bands. We talk about music and play some local tunes. If you would like to be on the podcast, post on our forum or email us yourbandinfo at gmail dot com.

This show features music from

Jake McKelvie and The Countertops
Holly Furlone
Boogie on Alice
Lauren Hurley
Amanda McCarthy
Walker Smith
Jasmine Mann
Something//Something

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Everyone Can Sing; Yes Even You

Music is something that everyone can do. It is not some magical gift that is tossed down from The Heavens like a bolt of lightning that only hits certain people. Everyone can sing. You, me, your mom, that guy at the grocery store that is constantly getting his cart in the way of the carrots you want so desperately, the lady at the mall who sprays you with perfume, Uncle Tim, George Bush… They can all sing. So then, why is it that so few people actually THINK that they can sing?

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This radio Podcast featuring lots of local bands. We talk about music and play some local tunes. If you would like to be on the podcast, post on our forum or email us yourbandinfo at gmail dot com.

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Jake McKelvie of Jake McKelvie and The Countertops

This show features music from

The 123's
Badfellows
Something//Something
Jake McKelvie and The Countertops
Free Jazz

Dear lady with the tambourine,

Your ability to play tambourine on the back beat, then on the 3rd note of a triplet, then polyrhythmic 32nds, then God only knows what was impressive.

Did you invent a new time signature last night? I am humbled. Jazz Fusion tambourine simply is underappreciated these days.

I also appreciate, as the upright bass player of a Bluegrass quartet, the challenge of keeping the entire ensemble on time as you shared your heady, post-modern rhythmic interpretation of "I'll Fly Away."

Picniclunch-Review

Picniclunch

Picniclunch are a punk band from New Bedford, Massachusetts. Although punk is probably the wrong word for this stuff. It is beyond punk. Structure is tossed out the window in favor of emotion and heart. You sometimes get the feeling you are listening to The Fall other times you swear it is Fugazi. If you are looking for a soothing trip towards a field of pansies and daisies, don’t listen to this band. Picniclunch delivers jazz that has been infused with punk or punk that has been infused with liver and onions.

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