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#HotTakes | Week of 04.09.2018

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

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Mixtape | March 2018

The month of March is over, and it’s time for the world to bloom a bit. This month was especially difficult to keep the total tracks to 40. Editing down, we’ve got great new stuff from Natalie Prass, to Erin Rae, Ry Cooder, Hiss Golden Messengerand so much more. I’m so so stoked on this mixtape and 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.

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#HotTakes | Week of 02.26.2018

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Queen For A Day feat. Exene Cervenka // Skating Polly Make Me Feel // Janelle Monáe Not Like It Was // Tall Heights Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, March 10 @ House of Blues Petrified // Ruler Answer Me // Quinn Devlin & The Bridge Street Kings Answer Me by Quinn Devlin & The Bridge Street Kings Bastille Day // Matthew Stubbs and The Antiguas Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, April 7 @ Thunder Road Bakersfield // Buckley Las Cruces by Buckley Short Court Style // Natalie…

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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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