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Five Questions with Corey Collins

Corey Collins was one of the first few people I interacted with in the DIY music scene here in Plattsburgh. He played a big role in a lot of great thin out this way, and has since moved on to West Chester, PA, although you can still catch him in Plattsburgh from time to time. He recently replied to our Five Questions, here’s what he had to say…

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Five Questions with Catie Wurster

A lot of great things can be said about Catie Wurster (as well as the rest of the Wurster clan). She’s a very active and giving individual in the artistic community here in Plattsburgh, and chances are that you’ve seen her downtown carting around her stand up bass, playing with various groups in the area, including Doomfuck (check out the tape we recently posted). Here’s her responses to our Five Questions…
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Five Questions with Dylan J Suttles

I first met Dylan five or six years ago after asking him to play a show in the living room of Castle Rockmoore. Since then I’ve seen him go through a whole series of musical transformations, all the while maintaining a strong DIY ethic. Here’s what he had to say to our Five Questions…

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Five Questions with Malcolm Flanigan

Malcolm Flanigan is the vocalist for the band Hollowed Bones, whom I affectionately refer to as Hollowed Boners sometimes. He’s also a pretty sharp photographer.¬†You may have caught Hollowed Bones when they played at ROTA last year. Either way, here’s what Malcolm had to say to our Five Questions…

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Five Questions with Alexander Davis

Alexander Davis is one of the hardest working men in show business. In addition to dropping a new track every day over at the pyramidpendulum Daily Download, he also hosts a variety of Monday night events at Basha, maintains the Special Experience Blog, and has been known to dabble in radio, print, graphic design, animation, videography and a dozen other musical endeavors ranging from punk rock to live hip hop. I also hear that he is currently sponsoring a remix contest through pyramidpendulum. Here’s what he had to say when we approached him with our Five Questions…

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Five Questions with Brandon Bentley

I met Brandon years ago while I was still in the Syracuse area punk scene. We’ve been playing DIY shows together with our various bands for a while now, and recently I was very happy to receive a copy of a tape from his current band called Herpes. They’ll be dropping their first 7″ soon, so what better time to catch up for a five questions session?

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Five Questions with The Great Chernesky

For the uninitiated, The Great Chernesky is the greatest performer this side of this Mississippi. He is the humble genius behind CherneskyFest, and works very hard to preserve the folk songs of his beloved hometown of Auburn, New York. We caught up with this whirlwind of a man to get his perspective on our five questions…

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Five Questions with Neil Campau

Believe it or not, your beloved DIY Plattsburgh isn’t the only DIY resource on the web. DoDIY.org is a fantastic site that acts to tie together DIY enthusiasts, spaces, bands and more from all over the world. We recently had the site’s webmaster Neil Campau answer our five questions, so check out what he has to say and then check out DoDIY.org!

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Five Questions with Chris Clavin

Chris Clavin has worn many hats in the DIY arena, and many of his efforts have been huge inspirations for this site and many other more large scale DIY projects that I’ve been involved with recently. I could say a lot about him, but we’ll just let him speak for himself while answering our five questions…

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Five Questions with Jason Kyle Knight

Mr. Knight is better known to most of the internet as The Emotron. I first met him a few years ago when he played in my attic back in Syracuse. Since then I’ve watched Emotron go from a spastic, upbeat strip tease to something very dark and unsettling, with a lot of stops in between. But a real dedication to DIY was always at the core of it all, so it feels fitting to get Kyle’s perspective on our five questions.

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