Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Your Love’s Working Me to the Bone // Phillip-Michael Scales Not Ready Yet // Jamie McDell Where is Everyone? // Lunar Vacation The Last Dance // St. Paul & The Broken Bones Amateur // L.A. PEACH L.A. PEACH · Amateur Working for the Knife // Mitski Change // Big Thief The Light Saw Me // Jason Boland & The Stragglers I Can Feel Your Pain // Robert Finley white summer // la loye la loye · white summer Atlantis // Noah Gundersen (feat. Phoebe Bridgers) She Did…
I’m super late (vacation, and some technical issues) to getting this to ya’ll but hey music is music. August was a pretty great month for new music, with new music from some of our favorites like Aaron Lee Tasjan, Ron Gallo and Tallest Man on Earth. But we saw and heard great tunes from all over. Please do let us know if we’ve missed any songs that you are loving right now.
Another month has gone by and another mixtape is at your fingertips filling your ears with all that goodness you’ve been looking for. This month is not short on jams, and I hope you enjoy this one as much as I do. Let me know what if anything I missed this month.
Welcome to summer friends! We’re rolling into the weekend and it’s going to be hot hot hot here in the northeast. June was a great month of music, and saw lots of great releases. This mixtape represents our favorite 40 songs of the month, across a broad spectrum of music. I hope you dig it, and as always let us know if we missed something amazing.
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.
[L]ast week a warm Southern breeze worked it’s way up through the Midwest and blew out the doors of the Royale here in Boston. On November 14th those lucky enough to know a stellar line-up when they see it were treated to a wild rumpus of a good time when the Wheeler Brothers and Houndmouth tour pulled into town. The two bands hit the road together two weeks ago and called upon local favorites The Ballroom Thieves to join in on the fun. The packed crowd expected to stomp their Boston boots and raise their beers in glory…and they did!…
[F]riday at the Folk Fest may have been a rainy day affair, but as far as opening the Festival, we had a great opportunity to get our groove on, checking out sets from Amanda “F-ing” Palmer, Phosphorescent, Blake Mills backed up by Dawes, The Milk Carton Kids, folk upstarts Kingsley Flood, Houndmouth, John McCaulley of Deer Tick and closed out the day as the sun peeked through the clouds with the Old Crow Medicine Show. Take a look at our first day in photos from our photographer, Jamie Reiley, and let us know which show you most enjoyed.