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#HotTakes | Week of 12.02.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Original Material // Colony House Sweat Patch // Lauran Hibberd Riding Solo // Hinds Texas Sun // Khruangbin + Leon Bridges Migration Of Souls // M. Ward Upcoming Boston Area Show: Friday, November 24th @ The Sinclair Marshmallow World // The Lone Bellow Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, April 16th @ Paradise Rock Club Lazy Giants // Ásgeir Forget Me Now // POLIÇA Future Pain // Vanessa Carlton Harder Dreams // John Moreland Upcoming Boston Area Show: Sunday, March 29th @ The Sinclair D.I.N.K. // Tattletale Saints…

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#HotTakes | Week of 10.07.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Running Hot With Fate // Hallelujah The Hills Banjo Song // The Brother Brothers Paper ID // Sophie & the Broken Things Cashmere // TENTS Driving // POLIÇA Girl // Girl Ray The Well // Marcus King Where Did I Go Wrong // Populuxe Fiji // Operator Music Band Hero // Michael Kiwanuka about her. again. // Son Little Cash Machine // Handmade Moments I Wanna Leave America // Illiterate Light The Feeling // Margot Polo Operator // Jamestown Revival She Wants To See You Cry //…

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Poliça – Chain My Name

Minneapolis band Poliça just released a super-dancey new single, “Chain My Name,” from the highly anticipated new album Shulamith (out October 22nd on Mom + Pop) and it will definitely help shake off the shackles of the working week. Give it a listen above and get working on your funky moves in anticipation of the their visit to Boston on November 4th for a show at Paradise Rock Club. With 2 fantastic songs now available there seems to be no evidence of the dreaded sophomore slump that lurks around the corner of every great debut. Pre-order Shulamith on

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Review + Photos | Polica + Night Moves @ Wonder Ballroom (PDX)

Photos by inger klekacz [T]wo Minneapolis bands swept through Portland the other night, packing the Wonder Ballroom and sending us back out to combat the gloomy weather with an army of groovy jams. First up were Night Moves; a trio of curly-haired boys (and the odd flat-haired blonde man) that pooled influences from 70’s soft rock titans like Fleetwood Mac and Chicago to the indie and psych-folk of Band of Horses and Devendra Banhart. They pounded out rich layers of instrumentation and familiar chord progressions with a natural energy and cool happiness that seemed to affect everyone in eye-shot. There…