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#HotTakes | Week of 03.16.2020

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Play Nice // Skylar Gudasz Hell In A Handcart // Exit Kid Let’s Get Married // The Voodoo Children Open Up // The World of Birds Falling Asleep At The Wheel // Holly Humberstone Juggle // Honey Lung Vanishing Twin // Blake Mills Acrobats // Mt. Joy Devotion // Margaret Glaspy Can’t Do Much // Waxahatchee

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#HotTakes | Week of 02.24.2020

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Color my life // Chicano BatmanUpcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, May 2nd @ Paradise Rock Club Please Don’t Tell Me // Julia Bardo Can’t Cool Me Down // Car Seat HeadrestUpcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, June 6th @ House of Blues Stay With Me // Margaret GlaspyUpcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, June 6th @ House of Blues Is That Love? // Weird Milk Garden Song // Phoebe BridgersUpcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, May 24th @ Boston Calling Music Festival Dedication // Born Ruffians Damsel in Distress //…

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#HotTakes | Week of 01.27.2020

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Rainbow // SHEL Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, April 18th @ Royale Shampoo Bottles // Peach Pit Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, May 13th @ Brighton Music Hall Killing What Keeps Us Alive // Margaret Glaspy Upcoming Boston Area Show: Monday, April 13th @ Paradise Rock Club Night Terrors // Diet Cig Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, May 20th @ The Sinclair P-Town // Lilly Hiatt Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, April 11th @ Great Scott The Pleasure // Seazoo Passenger Seat // Charli Adams The Preacher…

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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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2016 | Steve’s Top Albums of the Year

It would be no exaggeration to say that this was a stormy year that was challenging for a lot of people on a lot of different levels. When these kinds of times are upon us, music is consistently there to help lift us, unite us, rally us and carry us through. 2016 certainly proved that to be true for me (yet again.) From the first week of January to the waning moments of the December, the albums on this list—along with probably a hundred others—gave me something to continually look forward to. I hope they did the same for you,…

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2016 | Ryan D’s Favorite Albums & Singles of the Year

It’s been a hell of a year! I mean that in the best and worst of ways for 2016. When everything around us fell apart we had some fantastic music to help see us through it all. There were so many amazing albums and singles released in 2016, which made the year more tolerable than it otherwise should have been. When all else fails at least we have music! You’ve read the rest now it’s time for the BEST! These albums listed below are simply highlights in a standout crowd of bands and musicians that made ’16 a great year for…

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Photos | RayLand Baxter + Margaret GLaspy @ Brighton Music HaLL

Two RayLand Baxter shows in 6 days? Twist my arm. This time, I was fortunate enough to catch RayLand and his new band (and a fuLL set from Margaret GLaspy!) about two hours and 30 minutes cLoser to my humbLe abode at Brighton Music HaLL. I arrived just as Margaret took the stage (unfortunateLy missing an opening set from LocaL kiLLers Last Good Tooth,) and from the minute I entered untiL the Last notes of the show it seemed more and more peopLe kept packing the room. I didn’t hear that it had soLd out, but if it wasn’t, it couLdn’t…

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Photos | Rayland Baxter + Margaret Glaspy @ Billsville House Concerts

The house show is dead. Long live the house show! After 3 or 4 years of maybes and ifs, I was finally able to make it out to a Billsville House Concert this past weekend. After originating in Williamstown, MA (where the nickname Billsville comes from,) Doug Hacker and his family pulled up roots and relocated to Manchester, VT, where they continue to put on perfect house shows for the locals who are lucky enough to be in the know. On this occasion, I was lucky enough to be present for the triumphant return of Rayland Baxter (accompanied by his new band)…

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