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#HotTakes | Week of 09.27.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. About the Money // Viana Wet Dream // Wet Leg Write A List Of Things To Look Forward To // Courtney Barnett Lately // Lilly Hiatt I Won’t Run // Sean Rowe The Sound // Carissa Johnson Whatchoo // Caitlin Rose Witchknife // Sea Wolf Yes I Guess They Oughta Name a Drink After You // Tyler Childers Grew Up Fast // Jonah Tolchin Grew Up Fast by Jonah Tolchin Broken Horses // Brandi Carlile All in Good Time // Alanna Cherote & Ron Sexsmith Black Averageness…

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#HotTakes | Week of 08.09.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. What’s the Matter // James McMurtry Future Me Hates Me (Live at Auckland Town Hall) // The Beths Velvet // Peach Baby Knock Knock // Sam Evian Ben Zaidi’s Blues. // Ben Zaidi I Don’t // Matt Sucich Waste Your Time // Jackson+Sellers Water // Joyia Country // Good Morning Little Death // Sean Rowe Control // Southern Avenue In My Head It’s Sunny // Max Shakun Upside Down // Watchhouse

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#HotTakes | Week of 01.18.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Candle // Buck Meek Listen!!! // Aly & AJ On The Road Again // The Brother Brothers 4th of july // Hand Habits Duplex // Small Black Float // Cariss Auburn Makin’ Memories // Melissa Carper (ft. Brennen Leigh and Jeff Taylor) Maybe Could Have Loved // Charli Adams (ft. Nightly) That’s All I Want // The Muckers Greenway Records · The Muckers – That’s All I Want Fire and Brimstone // Sean Rowe Hungry World // Rising Appalachia and Aja Black of the Reminders BRB //…

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Hot Takes | Week of 03.13.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Something For Your M.I.N.D. // Superorganism Molly B Good // Los Colognes Funny Tears // BOOHER Radio // Ron Sexsmith Witness // Benjamin Booker Bright Side // Ryan Montbleau Answer My Text // PWR BTTM Newton’s Cradle // Sean Rowe

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Hot Takes | Week of 01.30.17

Between all of the ears that make up Music Savage, we listen to a LOT of music each week that we like but simply don’t have the time to put words around. So here’s a post that lets us put up songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Gas Station Rose // Sean Rowe Memories are Now // Jesca Hoop Cold Fear // Moon Duo Something // Vulfpeck Why We Fight // Fast Romantics In Your Head // Skaters Lonely Girl // Chelsea Williams Dirty Rain // Andrew Combs Started a War // Ron…

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2015 | Steve’s Top Albums of the Year

Welp… I don’t think it would be at all possible to put this off any longer than I have. The yearly tradition of picking a favorite kid once again has me denying that I actually need to do it (they’re all special in their own way!) Someone much smarter than me once told me that limitations create value, and since time is also short, I’m going to adopt the style of the #50WordReview for each of the albums below. (For the record, they are in an order determined by the total number of track plays for all tracks on the…


Photos | Sean Rowe @ Me & Thee Coffeehouse

Every so often, you’re presented with an opportunity to see an artist who would on any other given night be performing in a much bigger venue for a much bigger audience, do their thing in an intimate setting with only a few other lucky individuals beside you. Such was the case last Friday night, when I made my way up to Marblehead to spend a few hours at Me & Thee Coffeehouse taking in the captivating talents of Sean Rowe. While I know him mainly from his more somber material (such as the Her Songs EP, a personal fav,) what…


Tonight | Field Report, Sean Rowe & Jacob Augustine

Field Report – Taking Alcatraz [F]ield Report comes into town tonight to play a show at Great Scott, and if you haven’t heard me try and sell you on them yet, I believe their music will do all the talking for me. Porterfield’s roots lie with Justin Vernon and although that may help propel Field Report quite a bit faster, its not unwarranted.  The songs are wonderfully written, extremely carefully crafted, tender and delicate folk songs that are wrapped in an atmospheric multi-layered approach that benefits from a little twang and a moody disposition. The early show seems to be…

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