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#HotTakes | Week of 11.18.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Armageddon’s Back in Town // Drive-By Truckers Upcoming Boston Area Show: Sunday, February 23rd @ Somerville Theatre Your Girl // Basia Bulat Upcoming Boston Area Show: Monday, April 13th @ The Sinclair Jane Jane // Bonny Light Horseman Upcoming Boston Area Show: Tuesday, February 11th @ The Sinclair I Choose You // Adam Melchor Her Own Heart // Hatchie Louder // Big Freedia Money Is a Memory // Field Music Sleepwalking // Molly Tuttle Manifest // Andrew Bird (ft. Erika Wennerstrom) Deck The Halls (With Boughs of…

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Mixtape | September 2018

The great thing about being so late to releasing the August mixtape is that September is here, and the mixtape is ready to go. It goes without saying but I think this mixtape is really great, and I’m digging the heck out of the songs that are on it. Please do let me know if you’ve heard stuff that we missed this month.

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#HotTakes | Week of 09.17.2018

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Do I Need You (Live) // Julie Rhodes Shadows // Roosevelt Upcoming Boston Area Show: Friday, December 7th @ Middle East Son of a Gun // The YeahTones Cut out the Lights // Satellite Stories Love Supreme (Work Together!) // Ron Gallo Upcoming Boston Area Show: Sunday, November 11th @ Brighton Music Hall Over And Over // Jim James Upcoming Boston Area Show: Friday, November 16th @ Shubert Theatre Wrong Side // Noah Gundersen & SISTERS Upcoming Boston Area Show: Tuesday, September 25th @ The Sinclair Golden…

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Song of the Week | Glorietta – Hard Way

The latest WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused on the excellent new single, “Hard Way,” from the brand new supergroup Glorietta. The six-piece band have just released a couple of singles from their upcoming, self-tilted debut album due out August 24th. Glorietta are Matthew Logan Vasquez (Middle Brother, Delta Spirit), Noah Gundersen (The Courage), Kelsey Wilson (Wild Child), David Ramirez, Adrian Quesada (Brownout, Black Pumas), and Jason Blum. The band came to life last year when Vasquez traveled to my old hometown of Austin, Texas to catch a show by singer-songwriter David Ramirez. The…

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#HotTakes | Week of 10.02.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Jamestown Ferry // Charley Crockett Toughen Up // The Rural Alberta Advantage How It Feels // Ages and Ages FEAR & LOATHING // Noah Gundersen Denver Girls // Gill Landry LET’S GET OUT OF HERE WHILE WE’RE YOUNG // JD McPherson Acid Tongue (Jenny Lewis cover) // Kyle Craft

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Mixtape | July 2017

Press Play! Summer is in full force, July has been a great month to us. We’ve got the reemergence of Wolf Parade!! new song from St. Vincent, records from Arcade Fire and Toro y Moi, and tons of stuff in between. There’s a little bit of everything in this mixtape, from the indie pop persuasion, to the folk contingent, even a pinch of hip hop. I Hope you dig our mix, and please as always let us know what songs should have been on the mix.

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Review | Kris Orlowski – Pieces We Are EP

It’s already December, and everyone is beginning to post their Best Of 2012 lists. But I haven’t begun to think about any year end lists, as I’ve been hung up on some albums that have snuck up on me as the weather has turned colder. One of those albums, which I can’t stop listening to, is the Pieces We Are EP by Kris Orlowski and Andrew Joslyn. The record, which came out in October, is an orchestral folk rock record that features a 17-piece orchestra that makes all five songs sound as equally grand as they are beautiful. Here at…

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New Music | Noah Gundersen – Family

Noah Gundersen – Fire From a small town halfway down I-5 between Seattle and the Columbia River, Noah Gundersen recently released an EP entitled Family that is full of beautifully written songs about his family and life in small-town Centralia, Washington. Only in his early twenties, Gundersen writes and sings like he’s looking back on his life, some decades later. His sound is a perfect mix of folk and americana sung over his sister Abby’s backing vocals and violin. It is definitely this kid’s voice that hits you first. There’s tangible emotion and heart in every song he sings, whether…

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