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#HotTakes | Week of 02.24.2020

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Color my life // Chicano BatmanUpcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, May 2nd @ Paradise Rock Club Please Don’t Tell Me // Julia Bardo Can’t Cool Me Down // Car Seat HeadrestUpcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, June 6th @ House of Blues Stay With Me // Margaret GlaspyUpcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, June 6th @ House of Blues Is That Love? // Weird Milk Garden Song // Phoebe BridgersUpcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, May 24th @ Boston Calling Music Festival Dedication // Born Ruffians Damsel in Distress //…

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Photos + Review | Chicano Batman + 79.5 + Sad Girl @ The Sinclair

Tuesdays don’t usually have much going for them. It’s just a boring, mostly ignored day of the week you pretty much just try to get through. I don’t care for Tuesdays, unless of course there is an amazing show to attend that makes you want to dance like it is Friday night. On March 28th the Music Savage gang, and a few hundred of our friends, had a particularly fantastic Tuesday because we had all day to anticipate an evening of soulful, Latino grooves with Los Angeles band Chicano Batman. The band is currently on tour in support of their fantastic new album, Freedom is Free, which…

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New Music | Chicano Batman – Friendship (Is A Small Boat In A Storm)

Sometimes you can tell you’ll like a song from a description in an email, but largely the details and comparisons are so far fetched that they induce eye rolls and head slaps. Other times, the words that come in to entice you to listen to a new track are so bizarre you can’t help but click through. Such is the case with the new single from LA-based, suit rockers Chicano Batman. Described as “four young men in vintage formalwear, playing songs that blend Brazilian Tropicalía with early ’70s psychedelic soul and the romantic pop of bands like Los Ángeles Negros,” there was no way I…

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