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Empty seats and an empty stage do not a community theater make.
Despite corporate trappings, the new Rat City Enterprise album includes demented tracks that warp harmonies and manipulate language in trance-inducing, synth-driven iterations.
“When I am driving down the road, I sometimes get honked at for doing something wrong, but I try to learn from my mistakes. I just wish there was a hand sign to tell someone I’m sorry.”
You could say that singer-songwriter John McCutcheon’s last album, “Trolling for Dreams,” was the product of a poorly read CT scan.
Vercnocke gets as much wool locally as possible, cleans it in the backyard, lets it dry, and hand dyes much of it. That way colors can be matched to textures.
“Music has always brought people together because music is connection.”