Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Infinite Wisdom // Laura Groves Send Me Away // Lucy Gaffney Raise Me (Demo) // The Kills Vacation // PYNKIE Gwendolyn // Jeff Tweedy Deserve // Abrahamblue. Abrahamblue. · Deserve Officer of Love // Caamp Our Song // Rainbow Kitten Surprise Half Your Love // Bahamas Waving At The Window // Travis Bad Times Good Vibes // Frank Turner and Jon Snodgrass Snake // Kate Rhudy When You Go // Brent Cobb Hell Is Other People // Miniature Tigers Hold On // Yola Veteran’s Day // Cut…
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Everybody Wants To Be Famous // Superorganism Don’t Let The Green Grass Fool You // Ponderosa Drowning // Jazz Party All The Way Live // The Go! Team Low Life // Soleima Cumberland Gap // David Rawlings Game To Lose // I’m With Her Fireworks // First Aid Kit Handsome Molly // Rising Appalachia (feat. Peia) Creatures in Flight // The Huntress and Holder of Hands Shake Your Money Maker // Rodney Crowell Bad Boys Need Love Too // Bahamas
Press Play Our final month of the year has officially been closed. This has been a fantastic music year, and I’ve been having a lot of fun putting together these monthly mixes again. It’s great to chronicle a year based on what you’ve been listening to, and we’re so lucky these days to have enough new music each month to put together these. I hope you enjoy some new tunes over your holiday break, and please let me know what I might have missed this month.
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Drumsolo // Leyya Way With Words // Bahamas Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, May 3 @ The Sinclair Money // Caroline Rose Mea Culpa // Elizabeth and The Catapult Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, December 21 @ Club Passim Plastic Soul // Mondo Cozmo Mayday // The Go! Team Upcoming Boston Area Show: Sunday, April 8 @ The Sinclair Blood and Muscle // Lissie
Press Play October was a spooky good month for new music, and I’m psyched for the broad range of music that we’ve got on this playlist. Everything from power pop jams to jangly americana to lo-fi ambling indie rock. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. As always if there’s something I missed, please leave a comment and tell me what it is.
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Getting Over You (By Dressing Up Like You) // CHILDCARE Strange Girl // Misty Coast Look at Your Hands // Tune-Yards Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, March 8 @ Royale Boston Get By // Diane Coffee Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, November 9 @ Middle East – Upstairs Taste // Rhye Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, February 28 @ Paradise Rock Club End Of The World With You // Calexico Millionaire // Chris Stapleton Permanent Vacation // The Academic Charlottesville // Jonah Tolchin Charlottesville by Jonah Tolchin…
The practice of ranking the year’s albums is certainly one that I approach with some hesitation. Like Kyle, I was tempted to not even try to rank them. I mean, ask me what the best album of the year is and — depending on my mood and the day’s events — I’ll likely give you a different answer each time. However, the geek in me wants to give things some sort of order, so I’m going to resort to statistics and order them by total number of plays for all songs on the album, on all of my devices. Sound…
[W]e caught Bahamas last weekend on Saturday, as Boston welcomed Afie Jurvanen into a sold out Great Scott. Bahamas was celebrating the latest album release “Bahamas is Afie” which was just as good live as it the record, and we L-O-V-E the record. It was a jam packed crowd surrounding the stage as Jurvanen entertained with both music and story. Starting the night off was Canadian project, Weather Station, whose subtle, wistful and thought provoking folk music was on full display. Be sure to check out some of favorite shots from the evening by our very own Jamie Reiley.
[I]’m really digging the vibe on the new track from Afie Jurvanen’s project Bahamas. It’s soulful tune, with a bit of a Jackson Browne feel, the lyrics are focused around believing in someone who doesn’t believe in themselves, and encouraging them to be better, and well who doesn’t need a pick me up? Perfect driving jam that will curl up inside your brain and not let go. Look for “Strong than that” on Bahamas’ new record, Bahamas is Afie in August.