Article and Photos by: Ian Urquhart Constructed alongside the Lake Champlain coastline, the Grand Point North festival made its way to Burlington, Vermont for a weekend full of music, mountain-silhouetted sunsets and quenching brews. This event gathered a wide range of genres to keep those in attendance on their feet. Grand Point
Article and Photos by: Ian Urquhart Gilford, NH - Hugging the coastline of New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee, the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion became home to a night full of international metal on a humid, New England-summer evening. Stretching from Meredith to Laconia, Deathbat and Volbeat shirts were amongst the majority.
Article and Photos by: Ian Urquhart Burlington, VT – Tank tops, sundresses and comfortable shoes were suggested for those planning to hear the sound of sunshine come down in Vermont. As the summer solstice provided the longest day of the year, Satsang and Michael Franti & Spearhead packed the Higher Ground
Article and Photos by: Ian Urquhart Burlington, VT - The Higher Ground Showcase Lounge hosted its first rock show in months on May 13th, 2017. Fans gathered outside in the rain for over an hour to participate in the throw-down brought along by the three rock artists providing the evening entertainment.
Article and Photos by: Ian Urquhart Burlington, VT - Accompanied by the plethora of young couples in attendance, the Your Girlfriend Already Bought Tickets tour made camp at the Higher Ground Ballroom on a brisk, Vermont Tuesday night. In preparation of a modulated bass-filled evening, many fans gathered outside the
Article and Phtos by: Ian Urquhart BURLINGTON, VT - For as long as I’ve known, live musical entertainment has perpetually included two contributing factors: instruments and lyrics. I always figured you needed both in order to effectively demonstrate one’s emotions and thoughts through notes and harmony progressions. What other way could
Article written by: Ian Urquhart Adaptation; a band’s creative effort to remain relevant in the music industry. Dish out a few teaser trailers? Overused. Maybe leak a new song to stir the rumor pot? Exhausted. How about performing live, rooftop of Capital Record’s Headquarters, while a virtual reality concert steams live