Providing the Boston/Cambridge area with an extensive tonal palette for auditory exploration. STOMPBOX SONIC is reinventing what a music shop can be by fostering creativity and community among musical misfits.
At our Sound Tasting series musicians can experiment or “taste” an assortment of effects in a relaxed setting. A number of instruments and amp options are provided so each person can see …and hear what the devices are capable before deciding on what to buy.
We champion cool effects; the unique, the boutique and the tweaked. Let us help you find your sound.
Don't miss Stompbox Sonic at Totally Bazaar III at Mill No. 5 on December 5th!
"I started making these planters as a unique decorative piece for my dorm room using my little brothers old dinosaurs that he no longer played with. Then due to the popularity of them with my friends and roommates I decided to include them in my shop along with my PDF files and they took off, now I sell these planters all over the world and have them in many styles and colors."
Drop by the Plantcycled table on December 5th at Totally Bazaar III at Mill No. 5!
"Life seems sometimes like nothing more than a series of losses, from beginning to end. That's the given. How you respond to those losses, what you make of what's left, that's the part you have to make up as you go."
Barbara Pearl is devoted to my Grandmother: a women who blessed me with a wonderful father. In the short time that she lived, she left behind stories, notes and pictures that will live on through the legacy she left behind. She is my muse.
Don't miss Barbara Peal Art at Totally Bazaar III at Mill No. 5 on December 5th!
"I'm a chick that has a slight obsession with everything Horror. I've owned Ms. Cadaver for 3 years now and finally decided to open up a shop... A real shop. So I'm here to add my own little touch to the world of Horror. I hope you enjoy and if it makes your skin crawl even just a little... Mission Accomplished."
"Handcrafted Jewelry and natural history home items made with my favorite things. Keys, coins, insects, and of course, those vintage doll heads. I started making jewelry to sell when I didn't see anything that fit my aesthetic at local artisan fairs. I hoped there would be a market for it, and I'm thrilled to say there is! Victorian, gothic, worn and vintage, some of my favorite words."
Be sure to check out The Modern Victorian at The Oddity & Curiosity Marketplace on October 3rd at Mill No. 5.