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#HotTakes | Week of 10.12.20

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Redbull and Gasoline (Living for a Change) // Bryan Porter Hinkley Bryan Porter Hinkley · Redbull and Gasoline (Living for a Change) Dance in Place // CLAVVS Gold // Claud Tesfay // Witch Prophet All You Fascists Bound To Lose (featuring Rhiannon Giddens) // Resistance Revival Chorus Creature of Habit // Elizabeth Moen Sister Ivy // The Dead Tongues The Truth Will Always Find A Way // Coco Reilly No Champagne // Lo Talker I Don’t Mind // Sturgill Simpson Ain’t Nice // Viagra Boys Mighty Soul…

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Mixtape | November 2017

Press Play I feel like I’m more stoked about the music on this mixtape than maybe any other month, but when I look back and I see other mixtapes, I think I say the exact thing every month. Regardless, this November dispatch of tunes is fantastic, and I’m super psyched to get it in front of your eyes an in your ears. Enjoy, and as always let me know what I missed!

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Song of the Week | Langhorne Slim – Life Is Confusing

Photo Credit: Harvey Robinson The WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused this time on the beautiful new single from Langhorne Slim titled, “Life Is Confusing”. The musician was born Sean Scolnick and took his stage name from his hometown in Pennsylvania. He’s been crafting his distinct style of Americana for almost two decades, combining elements of folk with country, chamber-pop and punk, to create a sound that is truly original and defies any of our attempts at musical categorization, which makes Langhorne an artistic force to be reckoned with. “Life Is Confusing” is off the now Nashville-based…

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Mixtape | October 2017

Press Play October was a spooky good month for new music, and I’m psyched for the broad range of music that we’ve got on this playlist. Everything from power pop jams to jangly americana to lo-fi ambling indie rock. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. As always if there’s something I missed, please leave a comment and tell me what it is.

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#HotTakes | Week of 10.16.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Arizona Fire // Becca Mancari Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, November 1 @ Middle East – Upstairs Get On // Forced Random Ambrosia // Elizabeth and the Catapult Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, December 21 @ Club Passim Little Dark Age // MGMT Coattails // Black Pistol Fire Beehive // Gaffa Tape Sandy Veruca Bath Salts // A Shadow of Jaguar Temporary Slave // Ron Gallo Private Property // Langhorne Slim

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#HotTakes | Week of 09.04.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Zombie // Langhorne Slim Los Ageless // St. Vincent Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, November 30 @ House of Blues Boston Auld Reekie Blues // Reverend and the Makers Johny Says Stay Cool // The Babe Rainbow Under Bridges (360 video) // John Moose Pick Yourself Up // Lunch Ladies Thunderbolt’s Goodnight // Josh Ritter

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Photos | Langhorne Slim + Twain @ The Sinclair

As we move into fall here in Massachusetts, we see the return of a lot of things: students, traffic, and cold weather, just to name a few. On the upside, we start to see the concert scene kick into overdrive. And the return of Langhorne Slim and The Law to the area helps to mark the beginning of what promises to be an insanely good season for live music fans in the greater Boston area. On Monday evening, a crowd dressed mostly in the garb of early New England fall (read: shorts / skirt, long sleeve top and open footwear)…


Best Records of 2012 | 10 – 1

Hey all, it’s finally time to top the list. I had originally intended for this to land yesterday, but due to your awesomeness we ran out of bandwidth…so here we are, atop the mountain of music, these are what I thought was best of the year. 10. Spirit Family Reunion – No Separation Spirit Family Reunion – I Am Following The Sound [S]pirit Family Reunion released their first full LP this year, and as if they didn’t already hold a special place with me after playing out first brunch session, they hit the road touring No Separation delighting us all…


Review | Langhorne Slim – The Way We Move

Langhorne Slim – The Way We Move It’s been a long while since Langhorne Slim’s last album Be Set Free, which hit our ears back in ’09.  But this past tuesday, we all got a taste of what he’s been up to these last three years.  Although if you’ve been attending his live shows, you’ve heard quite a few of these tracks (and probably loved them). Attempting to capture the pure energy and soul of a Langhorne Slim show into a record is no easy task, but its most evident that they were trying and we can be sure listen…

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