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    Amy & the Engine play the Urban Farm Fermentory during an event organized by the Maine chapter of Sofar Sounds, which puts on small, non-advertised, invitation-only shows in homes, stores, garages or other unlikely places. From left are Vinny Da Silva, Manuel Ruiz, Amy Allen, and Luke Niccoli.

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    Griffin Sherry, a founding member of the Maine chapter of Sofar, exhales a plume of tobacco smoke outside the Urban Farm Fermentory just before the start of a recent show featuring three local bands.

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    Phil Divinsky, left, and Tom Kasprzak , volunteer organizers for the Sofar chapter in Maine, discuss details before the start of a recent show.

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    A rapt audience at the Urban Farm Fermentory listens to local band Max Ater and the Marshalls during an event organized by the Maine chapter of Sofar Sounds.

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    Dark Hollow Bottling Company plays the Urban Farm Fermentory during an event organized by the Maine chapter of Sofar Sounds.

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    Max Ater and the Marshalls play a Sofar Sounds show at the Urban Farm Fermentory.

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    Eli Zayer, founder of the Urban Farm Fermentory, perches atop a staircase to watch a performance by Amy & the Engine.

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