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2017 | Ryan D’s Top Albums & EPs of the Year

Once again it has been one hell of a year! And once again I mean that in the absolute best and absolute worst of ways for 2017. When everything around us fell apart we had some AMAZING music to help see us through it all. There were so many top-notch albums and EPs released in 2017 which made the year more tolerable than it otherwise should have been. When all else fails at least we have music! These albums and EPs listed below are highlights in a standout crowd of bands and musicians that made it yet another great year for music lovers…


#HotTakes | Week of 12.11.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Really Nice Guys // Ron Gallo Darker // Typhoon Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, January 25 @ The Sinclair Monky Disco // The Babe Rainbow Poor Man Dan // Diane Coffee There Are Many Ways to Say I Love You // Sylvan Esso Did I Make You Cry On Christmas (Well You Deserved It) // Peach Pit Didya Think // Arlie

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Song of the Week | Peach Pit – Drop The Guillotine

Photo credit: Kelli Lane The latest edition in the WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight comes to you from brilliant new Vancouver band Peach Pit. The Canadian quartet formed in 2016 and just released their debut full-length album, Being So Normal, on September 15th via Kingfisher Bluez. Peach Pit are high school friends Neil Smith (guitars, vocals) and Chris Vanderkooy (guitars) who joined rock n’ roll forces with Peter Wilton (bass) and Mikey Pascuzzi (drums) to create their infectious brand of shimmery indie-rock (or as the band calls it “chewed bubblegum pop”) built on dance vibes, 1960’s-style melodies, and jangly guitars. …

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