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#HotTakes | Week of 11.04.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Tidal Wave // Slater Smith and The Weather Machine Take Me Down Easy // James Henry Jr. For The First Time // Best Coast Upcoming Boston Area Show: Monday, March 16th @ Royale I’ll Get By // Avi Kaplan Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, April 1st @ Paradise Wildflowers & Wine // Marcus King Lovesunk // The Arthur Brothers Fear // Kyshona Dark Places // Beck Light In Your Window // Esmé Patterson Waimanalo (Fug Yep) // The Shins I Don’t Work in a Bank // Joe…

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New Music | Esmé Patterson – Feel Right

Denver songstress Esmé Patterson has relocated herself to the Pacific Northwest and now calls Portland, OR home. The musician has been hunkered down in the studio since the move (a year or so ago) and is now readying the release of her new album, We Were Wild, out June 10th via Grand Jury Music. The former member, and co-founder, of the much loved indie-folk outfit Paper Bird has two critically acclaimed albums to her name, 2012’s All Princes, I and 2014’s Woman to Woman, as well as the incredibly catchy hit song, “Dearly Departed,” which she sang with Shakey Graves…

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Photos + Review | Shakey Graves + Joe Sundell + Esme Patterson @ The Sinclair

Photos by Boston Concert Photography Well last Friday night the sold-out Sinclair crowd was treated to a spectacular show of rock n’ roll force when Austin musician, Alejandro Rose-Garcia, aka Shakey Graves, reminded us all of how a great live show is supposed to go down. Along for the ride were fellow Texas musician Joe Sundell and Denver songstress Esme Patterson, both of whom paved the way to our collective hearts with fantastic opening sets. Shakey took to the stage to thunderous applause and immediately kicked into the high-octane number “Roll The Bones,” which got everyone shaking along as the night’s…