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#HotTakes | Week of 03.15.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. I Can’t Dance // Zach Schmidt Whatever Keeps You Going // Donovan Woods (ft. J.P. Robarts P.S. Music Project) I Got The Beat // Pauli The PSM Transatlantic // Aoife O’Donovan (ft. Kris Drever) Stay // Israel Nash Stolen Love // Josiah and the Bonnevilles Dontcha Wanna // Gabriel Kelley How Come My Body // Half Moon Run Crescent Bridge // Joe Pug Nightflyer // Allison Russell Wild Bill // Opus Kink MANY FACES // dad sports Overpass // Ben Cosgrove bencosgrove · Overpass Mine Forever //…

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#HotTakes | Week of 11.04.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Tidal Wave // Slater Smith and The Weather Machine Take Me Down Easy // James Henry Jr. For The First Time // Best Coast Upcoming Boston Area Show: Monday, March 16th @ Royale I’ll Get By // Avi Kaplan Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, April 1st @ Paradise Wildflowers & Wine // Marcus King Lovesunk // The Arthur Brothers Fear // Kyshona Dark Places // Beck Light In Your Window // Esmé Patterson Waimanalo (Fug Yep) // The Shins I Don’t Work in a Bank // Joe…

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#HotTakes | Week of 07.01.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Exit // Joe Pug Marine Club Party // Big Society Calling It // Automatic My Love Surreal // Grace Gillespie I’m Afraid Of Americans // Bones UK Superficial // Tommy Down It’s Been Wrong // The Lostines Pin It Down // Madison Cunningham Tequila Island // Stanley Brinks & The Wave Pictures Kids In The Dark // Bat For Lashes

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Photos | Joe Pug + Field Report @ Brighton Music Hall

Photos by Boston Concert Photography This past Thursday night, Joe Pug and Chris Porterfield of Field Report brought a little bit of late July to Brighton Music Hall. As part of the Newport Folk Presents series, the two acts—both of whom hit the stage at this summer’s 56th Newport Folk Festival—made themselves right at home in Allston. Porterfield, sans the rest of his musical companions, opened up the evening with a set of songs and a comforting wit that quickly brought those unfamiliar with the band’s material into the fold. Those of us who were fans of the music before…


Joe Pug Undercover Session

Joe Pug performs a few of his tracks at Undercover – ‘How Good You Are’, ‘Unsophisticated Heart’ and ‘Call It What You Will’. The session is really beautiful and the sound is so fantastic.  Joe Pug’s music is earnest and so enjoyable, I’ve seen him multiple times and I can honestly say, his live shows are really great.