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#HotTakes | Week of 03.25.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Slease // False Heads Don’t Feel Like Crying // Sigrid Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, September 21st @ Paradise Rock Club Every Dream Can Become a Nightmare // Jonah Tolchin I’m Comin’ Out // Shovels & Rope Real Thing // Middle Kids Upcoming Boston Area Shows: Thursday, May 30th & Friday, May 31st @ Paradise Rock Club Peach // Slothrust Upcoming Boston Area Show: Sunday, June 23rd @ The Sinclair May Your Kindness Remain (Acoustic) // Courtney Marie Andrews Rhode Island // Kevin Devine You Bring Me…

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New Music | Kevin Devine – Magic Magnet

Brand new tune from Kevin Devine off of a split vinyl single he did with Cymbals Eat Guitars. Feast your ears on “Magic Magnet,” an up and down rocker, that would seemlingly fit in well with his 2013 record, Bubblegum. The limited run ep’s are available on Bad Timing Records. Tour Dates: 12/11 – Brooklyn, NY – The Bell House^ 12/12 – Philadelphia, PA – The TLA^ 12/13 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair^ 02/04 – Manchester, UK – Club Academy# 02/05 – Leeds, UK – University# 02/06 – Gateshead, UK – Riverside# 02/07 – Glasgow, UK – Garage# 02/08…


Bad Books – Baby Shoes (live at CMJ)

Bad Books, the Andy Hull & Kevin Devine project were recorded playing their fantastic song ‘Baby Shoes’ at CMJ earlier this fall.  Their self-titled album was released in October and it is just fantastic.  They’ve been offering it up for $5 for a while now, and is well worth twice that. Buy Bad Books

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Video | Bad Books – You Wouldn’t Have to Ask

The official music video for “You Wouldn’t Have To Ask” from Bad Books self-titled debut album. Bad Books is Kevin Devine + Manchester Orchestra.   The video is very Buddy Holly / 60’s American Bandstand-esque. Check my review of Bad Books’ album here.

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New Music | Bad Books

You Wouldn’t Have to Ask Bad Books is a side project featuring Kevin Devine and Andy Hull (of Manchester Orchestra.)  Without any real concept or reasoning other than to write music together while away from MO, the two realized an entire album together.  The self-titled debut was released October 19th, 2010 via Favorite Gentlemen Recordings, the record label that was founded and has been run by Manchester Orchestra since 2007. What comes out is 35 minutes of really good music.  Although you can hear the differences (or what seems to be differences) between songs written by Devine and Hull respectively,…

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