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#HotTakes | Week of 06.10.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Thank Me Later // Anna Of The North Lie To Me // Veronica Fusaro Disco // Surf Curse Peaches // MIYNT At the Party // Black Belt Eagle Scout Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, December 4th @ Wilbur Theater Stumblin’ // Jackson And The Janks Yesterday’s Clothes // Carla Geneve Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, June 20th @ Great Scott I Need a Teacher // Hiss Golden Messenger Skin Deep // Tall Saint

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The Music Savage Show | 06.14.2019

Today’s show is about love and acceptance in music form. As you know June is Pride Month and I celebrate with you all the best way I know how…through song. Dance and sing along with me! Playlist: Slip Away – Perfume GeniusSuperbike – Jay SomMake Me Feel – Janelle MonaeI Am Her – Shea Diamond Karaoke – Big FreediaNew Brighton – NakhaneUtopia – AustraGirlfriend – Christine & The QueensParty Pill – Cub SportStuck in Your Saturday – Diane Coffee The Hotel Song – Laura Grace & The Devouring MothersOver You – Sarah Shook & The Disarmers Non Believer – Lucy…

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Photos + Review | Charly Bliss + Emily Reo @ The Sinclair

Charly Bliss is a band that looks how they sound— eccentric, colorful, and bubbly. The band gave an energetic and loving performance to a sold out Sinclair crowd Sunday, June 9th. Donned in glitter, all four members bounced around the stage, leaving no dull moments. Emily Reo opened the show with a charming performance that coupled perfectly with the show. They delivered a catchy, indie-pop set with beautiful electronic harmonies and plenty of tasteful keytar. Emily made sure not to leave without taking a video of the crowd singing happy birthday to her mom. Lead singer of Charly Bliss, Eva…

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#HotTakes | Week of 06.03.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. rbbts // Kate Davis Honeysuckle // Jonah Tolchin mercury // Ada Lea Young At Heart (Windosill Sessions, Vol. 1) // Covenhoven Head Over Heels // Japanese Breakfast Giving Up // Whitney Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, October 2nd @ Royale Loving You // Ian Noe Existential Dread // UV Rays Ocean // Fruit Bats Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, November 6th @ The Sinclair Hey, Ma // Bon Iver Upcoming Boston Area Show: Tuesday, October 15th @ TD Garden UFO // Bad Books Upcoming Boston Area Show:…

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The Music Savage Show | 06.07.2019

On my latest show I possess your soul with two hours of fantastic music starting with some tunes to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Ghostbusters, we hit the road with some songs about hitting the road, play ya some great stuff from a few albums out today June 7th, shine the spotlight on the great new Song of the Week “Cake” from London-based musician Tragic Sasha, keep you in the know on tours stopping in the Boston area, and exorcise your demons with some choice cuts from our #Hottakes post. There is no Dana there is only MUSIC SAVAGE! Playlist:…

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Song of the Week | Tragic Sasha – Cake

The new WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines back down on the UK and highlights the decadent new single, Cake, from London-based musician Tragic Sasha (formerly Sasha). The song is the first release of 2019 and follows her fantastic previous singles Waterworks and Ouch. Cake was co-written with her producer Scott Colcombe and the duo cleverly use the sweet bakery treat as a metaphor for not so sweet men. With a sugar and spice and all things nice groove you only need to scrape off the icing to reveal decadent layers of attitude enveloped in…

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#HotTakes | Week of 05.27.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. St. Augustine // Briston Maroney Putting On Airs (4-Track Demo) // Erin Rae Hurry On Home // Sleater-Kinney Upcoming Boston Area Show: Tuesday, October 29th @ House of Blues Can’t Tell Me No // Summer Cannibals Upcoming Boston Area Show: Friday, August 16th @ Once Ballroom Best Girl // Miss June Leipzig // Penelope Isles Forever // Famous Sweet Grass // Jenn Grant Get Out and Get It // Devon Gilfillian Something To Tell You // 2012 Bid Adieu Love Yourself // Sufjan Stevens

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The Music Savage Show | 05.31.2019

The new show fills your soul with so many amazing tunes you may just receive total consciousness through sound! I play some songs from amazing musicians who celebrated birthdays this week, give you a heads up on tours stopping in the Boston area, highlight the funky new Song of the Week “Gotta Get To Know Ya” from Shreveport, Louisiana band Seratones, spin some songs from a few albums out today May 31st, and last but not least play you a few incredible selections from our #Hottakes post. Playlist: What I Am – Edie Brickell & New BohemiansI Know What I…

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Photos + Review | The Distillers + Starcrawler @ Royale

The Distillers tore down The Royale on a rainy Tuesday night in Boston on May 29th. Starcrawler opened the show with an undeniably explosive energy. Lead singer Arrow de Wilde tears herself apart on stage, quite literally tearing her outfit off, which appears to be covered in blood, to match her face, also streaked with blood. She spends about half the set throwing herself on the ground, openly weeping into the microphone. The performance included swinging instruments, crowdsurfing, and even sending a guitar into the audience for dozens to grab and claw at. Starcrawler made sure to play their cover…

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Song of the Week | Seratones – Gotta Get To Know Ya

Photo credit: Dylan Glasgow Guice The latest WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused on the electrifying new single, “Gotta Get To Know Ya,” from Shreveport, Louisiana quintet Seratones. It’s the first single from the band’s upcoming sophomore album, Power, out August 23rd via New West Records. Seratones is gospel-trained, force to be reckoned with musician A.J. Haynes (vocals/guitar) and her ridiculously talented bandmates Jesse Gabriel (drums), Adam Davis (bass), Travis Stewart (guitar), and Tyran Coker (keyboards). Power was recorded in Nashville at Battle Tapes and produced by Cage The Elephant’s Bradley Shultz. The new…

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