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#HotTakes | Week of 10.14.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Trouble Don’t Follow Me // Christopher Paul Stelling Upcoming Boston Area Show: Monday, November 25th @ The Sinclair One Lost Time // Little Scream So Surreal // Fran Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, November 13th @ O’Brien’s Pub I Like Myself // Kate Davis Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, November 16th @ Red Room Cafe 939 The Moon Is An Ashtray // Miss Tess Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, November 7th @ Club Passim Have I Been Deceived // Basement Revolver Oh No! // Josiah and the…

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#HotTakes | Week of 09.09.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Have To Do For Now // Christopher Paul Stelling Upcoming Boston Area Show: Monday, November 25th @ The Sinclair Sunday Sunrise // Rollin Rosatti A Little More Time // The Drew Thomson Foundation HUTAH! // TENTS Bum Hour // LIFE Baby Berlin // Annabel Allum One Kind of Solomon // The New Pornographers Upcoming Boston Area Show: Monday, November 4th @ Royale Oldsmobuick // Thank God For Science Humans Are Special by Thank God For Science

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Photos + Review | Son Little + Christopher Paul Stelling @ City Winery

Friday, March 1st was a pretty special night for the Music Savage gang as we got to spend an evening with two Newport Folk Festival alumni in downtown Boston. Two of our favorite Anti- Records artists shared some shows together for a few days and we were lucky enough on this chilly night to have them stop in our area to warm our hearts and souls with brilliant music for a few hours at City Winery. First up this evening was Asheville, North Carolina-based musician Christopher Paul Stelling whose fourth studio album (the second for ANTI-), Itinerant Arias, was released…

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2017 | Ryan D’s Top Albums & EPs of the Year

Once again it has been one hell of a year! And once again I mean that in the absolute best and absolute worst of ways for 2017. When everything around us fell apart we had some AMAZING music to help see us through it all. There were so many top-notch albums and EPs released in 2017 which made the year more tolerable than it otherwise should have been. When all else fails at least we have music! These albums and EPs listed below are highlights in a standout crowd of bands and musicians that made it yet another great year for music lovers…

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Photos | Christopher Paul Stelling @ Atwood’s

A few weeks back Christopher Paul Stelling kicked off the tour for his incredible new album, Itinerant Arias, at Atwood’s Tavern in Cambridge and the Music Savage gang joined a sold out crowd to hear the new songs come to life in one of our favorite local venues. Our readers know how much we appreciate the passion Stelling and his amazing band put into each performance and we implore you to check the tour dates and get yourself to an upcoming show. Fair warning however, once you have attended you will find yourself comparing a Christopher Paul Stelling concert to all…

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Hot Takes | Week of 05.15.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Firelight // Willodean Fraulein // Colter Wall Early to the Party // Andy Shauf Hey Boy // She-Devils Fine Fine Day // Banditos How To Boil An Egg // Courtney Barnett Same House // Bad Pop Oh, River // Christopher Paul Stelling

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Hot Takes | Week of 04.10.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Sure Don’t Miss You // The Dip Ancient Family // Dangermuffin Vampire // The Dawn Brothers Love is Love // Woods https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgmdgMm9h6k Lights Out // Royal Blood Pleasure // Feist The Cost of Doing Business // Christopher Paul Stelling Bourgeois King // Andrew Combs

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2015 | Steve’s Top Albums of the Year

Welp… I don’t think it would be at all possible to put this off any longer than I have. The yearly tradition of picking a favorite kid once again has me denying that I actually need to do it (they’re all special in their own way!) Someone much smarter than me once told me that limitations create value, and since time is also short, I’m going to adopt the style of the #50WordReview for each of the albums below. (For the record, they are in an order determined by the total number of track plays for all tracks on the…

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