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M@ McNiss (pronounced 'Matt,' left) and Holly Brewer (right), HUMANWINE, in their Jamaica Plain home.
M@ McNiss (pronounced "Matt," left) and Holly Brewer (right), HUMANWINE, in their Jamaica Plain home. (Dominic Chavez/Globe Staff) Dominic Chavez/Globe Staff

Eclectic duo reaches out to fans with offbeat music and mythology

By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / October 6, 2006

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Unless you're a vampire or Hannibal Lecter, the name HUMANWINE doesn't sound very appetizing. But thousands of fans around Boston and across the country are starting to embrace the music and mythology of this local duo, which prefers its moniker printed ``all caps, no gaps." (Full article: 1040 words)

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