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Mattress Factory Sessions Presents: Mug

Mug is a Boston-based folk musician.
His music is available on bandcamp.

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Urban Lattice

a structure consisting of strips of wood or metal crossed and fastened together with square or diamond-shaped spaces left between, used typically as a screen or fence or as a support for climbing plants.

synonyms: grid, latticework, fretwork, open framework, openwork, trellis, trelliswork, espalier, grille, network, mesh,…etcetera

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The Williams Family

Celebrating the life of Harold Warren Williams.

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Freeeeedom Trail

This was an outing with New England Oddities meetup group to walk the freedom trail in Boston, MA.

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“Brains..Brains…” , Zombies Of New England March On Boston, MA

Commemorating the 7th anniversary of the original Boston Zombie march, scores of Zombies took it to the streets of Boston, MA. This was one of the largest crawls the city has witnessed as Zombies showed up at South Station on Summer Street & marched on the streets at 3:30. The common word heard throughout the day was “Brains…Brains…”

All music tracks played on the video clip are by Shape Of Despair:

Quiet These Paintings Are

Angels of Distress

Sleep Mirrored

“Brains..Brains…”, Zombies Of New England March On Boston, MA



Animal Hospital

performed live on Saturday September 4th with unFact and Noveller in  Boston’s Spectacle in Chinatown. His music starts with a simple tone that evolves and mutates to become a live orchestra of sounds.

Animal Hospital is the solo musical project for sound engineer and electronics geek Kevin Micka & has been around since 2004.


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was the second performer at Boston’s Spectacle last Saturday and performed a set of her ambient drone music using her guitar, violin bow and a bell among other things.

Noveller is based in Brooklyn, NY and is now preparing a new CD for release. Check out her page for details.

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played a set of his songs for the crowds at Spectacle in Boston last Saturday.

The performance may be watched on the following YouTube playlist in the order the pieces were played. I think the first video clip includes variations from the tracks: Valentine &  Our Friend The Atom.

unFact,the solo bass guitar project of David Wm. Sims, opened the show which also included Noveller and Animal Hospital(videos are being published and uploaded).