Happy first day of June! That means it’s time to dip into this last months mixtape. Lots of great stuff in there from all over music genres. Hope you enjoy and as always let us know if we missed a great song.
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Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Mornin’s Gonna Come // Brent Cobb Upcoming Boston area show: Saturday, June 30 @ Xfinity Center Cold Sweat // Church of the Cosmic Skull Armchair Expert // The Woods No Means No // Ezza Rose People’s Champ // Arkells Cryin’ My Eyes Out // Shannon Shaw Upcoming Boston area show: Monday, November 5 @ The Sinclair Run // Ella Grace Furious // Jade Bird Upcoming Boston area show: Thursday, September 27 @ Brighton Music Hall https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfgfUFZI3Gc&feature=youtu.be Say It To Me Naked // The Shivers Lately // Wet…
The month of April is over, and we’re finally getting out from under our winter form and into the allergy season. There was tons of new great music, and I slipped in a cover on this mixtape. 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.
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Night Time // Superorganism Upcoming Boston area show: Tuesday, September 11 @ The Sinclair Chevrolet Van // The Nude Party Sierra Blanca // Matthew Logan Vasquez Meltdown // Public Access T.V. CINNAMON // Scott Matthews last words // isaac gracie So Real // Black Pistol Fire Our Friend Bobby // Donovan Woods It’s Called: Freefall // Rainbow Kitten Surprise Mornin’s Gonna Come // Brent Cobb Think It Over // Wild Child Loversity // Sam Lewis PYNK // Janelle Monáe
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.
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Fire // Deva Mahal Premonition // Eels Upcoming Boston Area Show: Friday, June 8 @ House of Blues Bad Bad News // Leon Bridges Need A Little Time // Courtney Barnett No Other Woman // Greyhounds Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, June 2 @ Atwood’s Tavern Magnetism // Vacationer Cannonball! // Buck Meek https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyLq5s3UTi4 Childhood Goodbye // Madisen Ward and The Mama Bear King of Alabama // Brent Cobb Trafalgar Square // Jonathan Wilson Last Man Standing // Willie Nelson
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Hold On // The Money War Send The Sun // Nikki Lane Ain’t A Road Too Long // Brent Cobb Birds of a Feather, We Rock Together // Vulfpeck Baseball // Hippo Campus Dig A Little Hole // Elliot Brood Take Me // Aly & AJ
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Tennessee River Runs Low // The Secret Sisters We Are Doing Fine // Major And The Monbacks Engine Trouble // The Last Revel Band Nightlights I // Nana Grizol Saint Ivy // Beach Fossils Mythological Beauty // Big Thief Let The Rain Come Down // Brent Cobb Same Dark Places // JR JR
On a chilly March night in Cambridge, Massachusetts a storm of good ol’ southern rock n’ roll, aptly named the “Stagecoach Spotlight Nikki Lane Highway Queen Tour,” blew into The Sinclair directly from the south bringing with it some of the most talented musicians that side of the Mason-Dixon line. The crowd was treated to three stellar acts, each bringing enough charm and style to light up the stage for a few hours and make us forget we were still in winter’s grasp. First up was Dallas, TX musician Jonathan Tyler. Armed with only a guitar he quickly got to work setting…