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The Year in Pictures 2004 - Local Music

In Your Backyard


Joe Putrock

(clockwise from top left) Mercury Rev flautist Suzanne Thorpe took root in Troy; Super 400 came back strong with a new album, and a legion of dedicated fans; Equal Vision Records founder Steve Reddy watched his label grow . . . and grow some more; Sean Rowe played his soulful funk just about everywhere you turned; End of a Year proved that being hardcore
didn’t necessarily mean being hard at the core; DJ Ryan Kick pumped beats—and life—into the local electronic-music scene.


Joe Putrock

Leif Zurmuhlen

Joe Putrock

Joe Putrock


Joe Putrock

 


Leif Zurmuhlen
(clockwise from top left) Drummer Jason Bittner hit the road hard with rising metal stars
Shadows Fall; the Sixfifteens were the Best Band of 2004, according to us (Steve Gaylord
was not harmed in the making of this photo); the Mathematicians made dance music for
the pocketprotector
set; hard-working pop band Sirsy played . . . and played some more; guitar

 


John Whipple

Leif Zurmuhlen

Joe Putrock

Leif Zurmuhlen

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