Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Student Housing // Truth Club Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, June 8th @ Townsend House Give Me // Sego Upcoming Boston Area Show: Friday, May 10th @ Brighton Music Hall Marigolds // Kishi Bashi Vacation with Bond in south of France part 2 // MIYNT Temper Temper // Black Pistol Fire Gold Past Life // Fruit Bats Running Behind // Rose Hotel Century // Big Thief Nail it on the First Try // The Felice Brothers We See U // Walker Lukens I Feel Emotion // Operators…
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Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Burn // Lou Doillon Blaxploitation // Noname Model Homes // Pedro The Lion Murky Water // The Restless Age Level // Black Pistol Fire Blue Lips // Bear Hands (feat. Ursula Rose)
The month of April is over, and we’re finally getting out from under our winter form and into the allergy season. There was tons of new great music, and I slipped in a cover on this mixtape. I hope you like it as much as I do. As always, let us know what we’ve missed (if anything), and please do enjoy.
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Night Time // Superorganism Upcoming Boston area show: Tuesday, September 11 @ The Sinclair Chevrolet Van // The Nude Party Sierra Blanca // Matthew Logan Vasquez Meltdown // Public Access T.V. CINNAMON // Scott Matthews last words // isaac gracie So Real // Black Pistol Fire Our Friend Bobby // Donovan Woods It’s Called: Freefall // Rainbow Kitten Surprise Mornin’s Gonna Come // Brent Cobb Think It Over // Wild Child Loversity // Sam Lewis PYNK // Janelle Monáe
It’s becoming a recurring scene, the Music Savage gang flocking to the Sinclair to catch even a glimpse of the nuclear power factory that is Black Pistol Fire. On the heels of their most recent release, Deadbeat Graffiti, the YYZ come ATX band descended on our little town to set our hair on fire. Opening the night was Nashville’s Blackfoot Gypsies, whom against most any other band could steal the show. Their southern rock / blues / americana sound brings the sound of the Stones and Chuck Berry with a rock-and-roll swagger that is nearly unmatched. Playing songs from their…
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Arizona Fire // Becca Mancari Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, November 1 @ Middle East – Upstairs Get On // Forced Random Ambrosia // Elizabeth and the Catapult Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, December 21 @ Club Passim Little Dark Age // MGMT Coattails // Black Pistol Fire Beehive // Gaffa Tape Sandy Veruca Bath Salts // A Shadow of Jaguar Temporary Slave // Ron Gallo Private Property // Langhorne Slim
Press play With the summer winding down, we’re knee deep in great music. It seems the fall is going to bring excellent music. This month there are awesome tracks from some of our favorite artists like JD McPherson, The Lone Bellow, Iron & Wine, Wolf Parade, The Texas Gentlemen and so many more. It’s been a fun month, so check out the tunes, and let us know if we missed something.
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Mercedes // Ayo River Houses // The Duke Spirit Pain // The War on Drugs Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, September 23 @ Blue Hills Bank Pavilion Lost Cause // Black Pistol Fire Upcoming Boston Area Show: Tuesday, October 17 @ The Sinclair Dear Life // Beck Buckle Bunny // Jesse Woods The Housefire // Turnpike Troubadours https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6dYCZwGI84
To say we were excited to experience Black Pistol Fire last week at the Sinclair is an understatement. I’ve certainly experienced their records, but having not seen them, I prepped myself catching a boatload of videos of their live shows. It’s obvious listening to their records the live show was going to be amazing in that “holy shit these guys sound amazing live” way. Touring on their newest record, Don’t Wake the Riot, which dropped last month, I settled in, whiskey in hand to a lively crowd (understatement) at the Sinclair. From the second the Austin via Toronto Band stepped…