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Upper Valley Give Us A Venue, By Jesus!

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Hi There World. WDL has been organizing shows in the Upper Valley (and further!) for around two years now. We’ve had some great ones (vampire teeth!) and some not so great ones (“can I get some more reverb please?”), but I think we’ve worked out the kinks, have some perspective and know what works for the best. Yet, we still go ’round in circles. One place won’t respond until a day before the show was prospectively scheduled, another won’t start [...]

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Sean Merrihew: Welcome!

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Sean Merrihew joins us from the wild world of Lebanon, NH. This young gent plays guitar (YES) and sings (OH MY) in the vain of an independent punker. Listen to this guy! Influenced by Elliot Smith and Pixies, Sean is gonna fit nicely into the WDL world. Welcome, Sean!

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Listen! The Dying Falls Album “Driftwood” !!

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Hi Dudes! One of our most recent WhatDothLifees, The Dying Falls, released their album ‘Driftwood’ recently.  For those of us that like our fun divisioned joy-fully, and our summers swathy, reverbing sun-stroked “canonball” calls into pastel pools, this album digs.  Download the first track “Youth Goes Bad” for free & download the whole album for $ of your choice. Also, check out a review of the album on The Deli.

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River City Rebels’ Playin to Live, Living to Play Podcast

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Listeners of the What Doth Life Radio Show will remember the The River City Rebels’ segment, “Playin’ to Live, Livin’ to Play.”  Now we are offering their feature as an uncensored, direct-download for fans.  The series chronicles the life and times of the band, from their formation to their success.  It’s a must-listen for any aspiring musician out there who wants an insider’s look at the industry and what it takes to make it.   Download episode one here and episode two [...]

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DOTHWOOL CONCERT SERIES

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Community radio station WOOL-FM, the What Doth Life music collective, What’s Up In The Valley magazine and website, and Popolo Restaurant are joining forces for a hot summer concert series featuring some of the best up-and-coming original rock bands from Vermont and New Hampshire. The three-concert series kicks off July 21 on the island in Bellows Falls at the funky and fabulous 33 Bridge Street warehouse, home of WOOL-FM and What’s Up In The Valley, and just steps away from [...]

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INTERVIEW WITH GRAHAM “PRODJEKT” ROBINSON

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  Many in the What Doth Life family consider themselves traditional musicians, who play traditional instruments and rock out in the traditional way. But there is another side to our musical co-op that blends traditional sounds with unconventional mayhem. White River Junction resident Graham Robinson, or “Prodjekt” as he is known to his fans, spends his time creating and remixing tunes to bring you sounds that are at times ethereal, jarring, and even confusing. His music is not for traditionalists. [...]

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THE PILGRIMS: MAKE AN ALBUM

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Oh, them dudes of the Doth Life, The Pilgrims along with good friend, studio-dudeio, Nate Bagley of Sound:Still, LLC began recording their first full-length album, the tentatively titled It’s Not Pretty on Cinco De Mayo, 2012. Thirteen tracks of grown-up punk, booze-washed, Replacements-staggerin’, piss on the flag Americana, with an oh-so sesitive edge, just in time for your summer BBQ. The Pilgrims will be playing out in June, dates include: June 1st At CJ’s at Than Wheelers in White River [...]

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RYAN HEBERT releases the earth!

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ryan t. hebert – The Earth What Doth Life associated Musician/Producer Ryan T. Hebert brings you his new full length album The Earth, a collection of his songs through 2005-2012. Recorded in bed rooms, hallways, practice spaces and studios between living in brooklyn and windsor, VT, these ancient sketches and modern marvels intersect to bring you a documentation of Ryan Heberts Id as it meanders through its 20′s from city streets to wooded enclaves in a sensual delight of wonder. [...]

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