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Live Review | Larcenist + Aunt Martha + Cask Mouse @ Great Scott

Photos by Boston Concert Photography [S]aturday night brought our friends Larcenist back into the city for the official release of their new album Eager City, Patient Country. In an incredibly packed, sweaty night at Great Scott, hordes of fans, friends and music lovers came in droves for the likes of Cask Mouse, Aunt Martha and the return of Larcenist from their south to north tour. Cask Mouse & Aunt Martha warmed up the night, and then Larcenist came out to much fanfare, playing a good part of their new material, as well as some from their original EP, not to…


New Music | Tim Noyes – Saturday

[T]im Noyes of Aunt Martha is about to step into the spotlight, no longer under the guise of the aforementioned band, but as a songwriter and leader of a fresh new sound for him. Less of the bedroom recordings and acoustic twang of earlier recordings, but now in immersed in a totally different sound, one that is more densely packed with mood and layers. It complements his songwriting surprisingly well, and it shows on his first single, Saturday, a song written before an Aunt Martha show at a dive bar in New York. The sonic shift is evident from the…


Photos | Tall Heights + Aunt Martha

Photos by Boston Concert Photography

[I]f you were amongst the brave few who braved hurricane like conditions this past Tuesday night to head to the Lizard Lounge in Cambridge, you were certainly witness to a pretty special event. Tall Heights, in the third installment of their residency, hosted an EP release party for their latest: “The Running of the Bulls“. In addition to being treated to a two fantastic sets from one of Boston’s brightest up-and-comers, those in attendance were also witness to a choice solo acoustic set from Aunt Martha‘s Tim Noyes in which the enigmatic singer-songwriter played some crowd favorites including an amazing version of “Blood Shot” and a cover of 2Pac’s “California Love”.

To close out the night, Tall Heights and Tim joined forces to cover Neil Young’s “Harvest Moon,” something this fella hopes ends up being tracked in a studio sometime soon.

Check out pics and vids of the songs mentioned above after the jump…

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This Weekend | Shows to See!

Ben Kweller – Mean to Me Me heading out of town tonight seems to be a total buzzkill.  It seems as though all of Boston is going to be lit up with great shows this weekend. Tonight, marks the return of Ben Kweller to Boston at the Paradise. He has recently released a brand new album, Go Fly A Kite,  an album filled top to bottom with shiny upbeat tracks even in the presence of some heavier topics. The straight ahead power pop album is a rockin’ effort that has some really great moments (The Rainbow). Kweller will be joined…

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