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#HotTakes | Week of 09.14.20

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Where To Go // SOFIA SOFIA · WHERE TO GO FLORIST // Ilithios Guess Again // Jeff Tweedy What’s The Deal? // The Nude Party Ain’t Gonna Be Lonely // BYFYN BYFYN · Ain’t Gonna Be Lonely Elijah // Hayley Thompson-King I Must Be in a Good Place Now // Robert Ellis First Yoke // Daniel Romano Stunned One // Fruit Bats Are We Alright Again // EELS Straws In The Wind // King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Turning Back // Ron Pope (ft. Emily Scott…

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#HotTakes | Week of 08.17.20

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Wasted // Tomberlin Take Hold Of Me // Ane Brun Double Denim Hop // Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard Wringer // Lydia Loveless Whiskey Dick // Hayley Thompson-King High & Mighty // Colter Wall I Should Go // James Vincent McMorrow Hurt // Arlo Parks Your God’s Within // Grace Gillespie She’s A Rainbow // Molly Tuttle

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Mixtape | August 2017

Press play With the summer winding down, we’re knee deep in great music. It seems the fall is going to bring excellent music. This month there are awesome tracks from some of our favorite artists like JD McPherson, The Lone Bellow, Iron & Wine, Wolf Parade, The Texas Gentlemen and so many more. It’s been a fun month, so check out the tunes, and let us know if we missed something.

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Review | Caitlin Rose + Andrew Combs + Hayley Thompson-King

Caitlin Rose – I Was Cruel [T]uesday night may have been uncomfortably cold for an April night in New England but the temperature inside TT The Bear’s Place was perfectly warm, thanks in part to the Nashville jet stream that brought Caitlin Rose and Andrew Combs through our fair city. Both musicians have been crisscrossing the country, promoting their latest releases separately, but we were lucky enough the Rose/Combs touring schedule allowed for the both of them to be here together. That would naturally mean they would take the stage to play a rousing number together… and they did not…