Providence

Photo: David Evanko, MINIVAN Photography

Long Live Gymshorts

To fill that coveted spot of enamel pin on the vest of a fan is a tall order, but to be able to make that imprint in the musical domain in a mere two years is even taller. Enter Gymshorts—one of those few who have made a name for themselves in a short but hard-earned timestamp.

Between Reality and Escapism: A Conversation With Photographer Chris Mongeau

With an embedded obligation for exploring all of it, Mongeau has made traveling his art form as innately as photography—his photos are harmonious with his travels; his travels, harmonious with his work. Saturated not only in natural hues and depths but in experiences, Mongeau’s work captures the staunch essence of living—without fear and without graveness—perfectly nested between the beauties of reality and escapism.

Video Premiere: Rice Cakes Front Woman Covers “I Will Always Love You”

Roz and the Rice Cakes, the Rhode Island band of three, has been killin' it all year touring the country with the release of their latest album, Need to Feed. Even in the spurts of free time that the trio does have, music sweeps in with rad house shows, recording sessions and solo projects, like the exclusive listen featured here.
photo thanks to Kris Craig

Exclusive Video: Roz and the Rice Cakes Live at Columbus Theatre

We first met Roz and the Rice Cakes back in early April at this totally awesome, scuzzy loft show in Boston where the Providence-based three piece laid down an electric set of mesmerizing and uncategorizable compositions, and instantly made us faun over their energetic new album, Need to Feed.

Disco Naps Vol. 2: Boston’s Chinatown x Providence

In accordance with our Latin predecessors and their lyrical tongues, Amadeus means to love god: amare, “to love” and deus, “god.” With Falco’s jam on repeat in our minds, we nod our heads to life and the amazing creativity that it unleashes upon us.