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Posts By Nick Schroeder

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I Put a Smell On You
1 day ago

I Put a Smell On You

Sometimes you smell someone and it’s just, like, yesssssss. Other times, no chance! And in some cases, you can’t smell anything at all.
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Local Music
1 month ago

Local Music

By Nick Schroeder Bad Mariachi For the First Time (CS/DIG)

Three songs of lightly countrifried slow-core, For the First Time is a rather-perfect-sounding live recording of Bad Mariachi’s first show, …
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Wilco Fans Speak
2 months ago

Wilco Fans Speak

With Jeff Tweedy and co. coming in January to tour their new album, Star Wars, we asked locals in the music world to share personal reflections on the band and their 20-year history.
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Race and Performance in Maine: A Recap
2 months ago

Race and Performance in Maine: A Recap

Race and Performance in Maine: A Recap. Or, How to Talk to a Hundred Strangers on a Monday Night
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Dispatch 12.15
3 months ago

Dispatch 12.15

ool champagne pop, huh? Looks just like the movies!

Anyway! Welcome to the last issue of 2015. I won’t trouble you with details, but if you’ve followed along, you’ve noticed …
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Local Music
3 months ago

Local Music

By Nick Schroeder Morgan Lindenschmidt When the Words Fade, We Fade

EP (MP3)

Whoa. Whoa! This muscly, seven-song EP fits somewhere between spoken-word, neo-folk, and incantation. With a presence that …
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Yes? No? Maybe?
3 months ago

Yes? No? Maybe?

By  •  Bonus

Why we’re fighting our neighbors about the view.
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About Face
3 months ago

About Face

By  •  Culture, Art

Making Choices Toward a Better PMA Biennial
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The November Issue
3 months ago

The November Issue

’m very proud to present the Ink Issue, a 3-cover magazine that celebrates tattoo culture in Portland.

When I was … I don’t know … 18, I popped ten dollars …
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Art is Bored With You
4 months ago

Art is Bored With You

Either you are a person who likes having your mind blown or you’re not. But if you are, then you’re in a good position to witness the strange, sad, and thought-provoking project A Slightly Better Idea.
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