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#HotTakes | Week of 08.28.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Soap in My Whiskey // Allen Getto Over Everything // Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, November 4 @ Orpheum Theatre Arizona // Whitney Rose Marine Tigers // The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, November 9 @ The Middle East Lavender Night // Amy O Other Spooky Is // Bad Pop Get These Things Out of My Head // Pale Honey

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Mixtape | May 2017

I’m super excited to put this mixtape out, May was a super fun month of music, from a bunch of bands I have previously loved, and a lot lot lot of new bands putting out really fresh stuff. So if you are interested in a mix that spans Dale Watson to Carly Rae Jepsen, this is the one for you. I Hope you dig our mix, and please as always let us know what songs should have been on the mix.

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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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Video | Courtney Barnett – Elevator Operator

Courtney Barnett likes to have fun in her videos and I believe fun videos make the world a better place, so here’s the Aussie rockers new one for her excellent song, “Elevator Operator,” from her smashing debut album Sometimes I Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit. It’s guaranteed to make your day more enjoyable. It’s chock-full of rock n’ roll musician cameos, I won’t name them here so you can play the “name that artist” game yourself and see if you get them all. A big internet high-five if you do.

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Boston Calling 2016 | Saturday + Sunday

By Martin Smith Days two and three of Boston Calling provided music that was as diverse as the weather (Saturday 90s, Sunday 50s). The contrast between bands was often stark, starting with hip-hop and moving anywhere from instrumental jam bands, to 70s soul, to top 40 pop, but always landing on high energy dance-your-face-off artists from around the world. With all the big acts involved in this festival you could have flipped a coin to choose the headliners. Crowd favorites Miike Snow and Janelle Monáe finished earlier in the nights with Odesza and Robyn closing the show on Saturday night and…

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