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#HotTakes | Week of 08.15.22

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Metal Firecracker // The Tallest Man On Earth Out On The Street // The Chats Baby, Does Your Heart Sink? // Martha Dry Run // GA-20 Stream of Consciousness // Emily Elbert 2 Lovers // Twain Knees Deep // The Beths Tres Hermanos // Hermanos Gutierrez Jasmine Vine // Boychik Sentimental Fool // Lee Fields Sunrise (Rumble) // Medicine Singers (ft. Yonatan Gat) Cat Scrap // The Hooten Hallers Poster Child // John Fullbright Gary, Indiana // Maryanna Devlin Still Water // Andrew Combs All I’m Missing…

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Photos + Review | Shovels and Rope + John Fullbright @ Royale

Photos by Boston Concert Photography [W]e have come to expect great things from a band like Shovels & Rope. They have given us amazing performances in the past, from the days when they were the little engine that could, playing opening shows for Butch Walker, Hayes Carll, or Jason Isbell; to now the inspiring husband-wife duo that delights our ears, eyes, body and soul on two awesome headlining nights at the Royale. I personally got to catch Cary Ann and Michael (I’m on a first name basis obviously) sing their hearts out on Saturday night, and although Cary Ann may…


2012 | Jon’s Top Albums of the Year

The following appear in no specific order. Todd Snider – Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables [S]ometimes I wonder how many songs exist that I’d love if I ever just got the chance to hear. This is certainly what drives people to blog about music. “People need to hear Todd Snider.” But when I say “people,” I don’t mean blog readers. I mean that Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables should be played over loudspeakers at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial because this is what recession music sounds like. (Instead, pseudo-religious, British faux-Americana rules the charts. Where’s the justice?) In New…