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Review | Peggy Sue – Choir of Echoes

[B]righton is known as one of the UK’s most diverse and influential cities for electronic-dance, punk, hip-hop and good old- fashioned rock n’ roll. In fact, the history of the area cannot be told without mentioning the talented musicians that helped create the prototype for today’s bountiful music landscape. The members of Peggy Sue, Rosa Slade (vocals, guitars), Katy Young (vocals, guitars), and Olly Joyce (drums) added their name to this conversation just about 6 years ago and the chatter is getting louder. The trio released their new full-length album, Choir of Echoes, last week on Yep Rock Records to praise from…


Peggy Sue – Idle

[P]eggy Sue’s follow up to their acclaimed 2011 effort, Acrobats, titled Choir of Echoes, to be released by Wichita Recordings and Yep Roc Records at the start of 2014. The first single, is the moody, “Idle,” a slow burning song bookended by prayer-like moments that give off a gospel vibe and relent into pounding drums, and layered vocals and ornamental guitar work. The song’s songwriting explore trials of unemployment, having too much time one your hands, and where your mind goes when you’re idle. It’s a strong, emotive tune that has a great sound, and makes you want to reach…


Live Review | First Aid Kit and Peggy Sue at the Paradise

First Aid Kit – Emmylou Sweden’s First Aid Kit played a flawless set Monday evening at the Paradise Rock Club in support of their sophomore album The Lion’s Roar. For young sisters – Johanna is 22 and Klara is 19 – who got their start from a YouTube cover of a Fleet Foxes song, I wasn’t expecting the absolutely polished stage presence and excellent performances that they brought to the Paradise. But from the moment they stepped onto the stage in their flowing 70s-inspired dresses, they had my and the entire audience’s rapt attention. The girls opened with This Old…

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Tonight | First Aid Kit and Peggy Sue at the Paradise

First Aid Kit – Emmylou Sweden’s First Aid Kit are stopping by Boston tonight and will play the Paradise in support of their latest album The Lion’s Roar. The sisters, who have been accumulating well-deserved praise and new fans, have put together a sophomore album that sounds like it is straight out of the 1970s folk scene. One listen to Emmylou and you’ll know what Buying ve and. Have exercising viagra price that doesn’t come product as are $100 of. I mean. The show was originally slated for Brighton Music Hall, but due to popular demand, was moved to the…

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