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PICKING, SINGING ON THE FRONT PORCH

If the new Felice Brothers album, “Yonder Is the Clock,” sounds like it was written and recorded by a bunch of guys living together in a house in the woodsy Catskill Mountains, that’s because it was.

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BOMBIN’ TO BIG TIME

Sub-Bombin Records operates on principles of community, friendship and love of making music. The label is a loosely organized group of similarly minded musicians who work together to share resources, connections and ideas to nurture its artists and promote the local scene. Call it a musicians’ incubator.

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SPACE ADDITY

For the past five years, Glens-Falls-based numerical theorists Pete Pythagoras, Dewi Decimal and Albert Gorithm IV of the Mathematicians have schooled their audiences on angular rhythms, parallel lyrics and the absolute value of danceable electro-rock. The albums “Level I” and “Level II” have given us the political rap of “Weapons of Math Instruction,” the neosoul heartache of “What’s the Difference” and the infectious techno pop of “Binary Girl.”

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Wilco World: Ever-evolving band finds being on the road a journey of discovery

Some fans still think of Glenn Kotche as the new guy in Wilco, the quiet, prodigal drummer who was invited to join the band on the same day in 2001 when filmmakers showed up to begin capturing the dysfunctional creation of the masterpiece album “Yankee Hotel Foxtrot.”

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