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Mixtape | July 2017

Press Play! Summer is in full force, July has been a great month to us. We’ve got the reemergence of Wolf Parade!! new song from St. Vincent, records from Arcade Fire and Toro y Moi, and tons of stuff in between. There’s a little bit of everything in this mixtape, from the indie pop persuasion, to the folk contingent, even a pinch of hip hop. I Hope you dig our mix, and please as always let us know what songs should have been on the mix.

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Mixtape | May 2017

I’m super excited to put this mixtape out, May was a super fun month of music, from a bunch of bands I have previously loved, and a lot lot lot of new bands putting out really fresh stuff. So if you are interested in a mix that spans Dale Watson to Carly Rae Jepsen, this is the one for you. I Hope you dig our mix, and please as always let us know what songs should have been on the mix.

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Hot Takes | Week of 05.01.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Do You Need Me Near // Mat Hunsley Lady Brain // The Harmaleighs Cardinal // Mt. Joy Drive Me Home // Adult Mom Better Man Than Me // Pokey LaFarge Turncoat // Pickwick Number One Number One // Portugal. The Man (feat. Richie Havens & Son Little) Please // Josiah & The Bonnevilles

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Photos | Pickwick + Parks @ The Sinclair

Photos by Boston Concert Photography Sometimes you go out on a Tuesday night and wish you’d stayed in. Then there are times you go out on a Tuesday and wonder why more people didn’t go out on Tuesday. The latter situation is the one I found myself in this past Tuesday night at The Sinclair. The night featured Seattle-based standouts, Pickwick, who are touring behind this year’s release Can’t Talk Medicine. Pickwick has been compared to acts ranging from the Black Keys to Sam Cooke. That’s quite a range when you think about it. But you could see why that range…


MusicFestNW (PDX)

Photos by inger klekacz [T]here are fantastic reasons for not going to concerts. The standing, the waiting, the crowds, the noise, the heat, the late-night hours, the cost, the fact that your friends might not go and…who goes to concerts alone??? Concerts, to most people, are a pain, or at best, something they’ll only do if the band risks breaking up or dying. And those of us who are addicted to live music are alright with the extra room at the venue. But with the music industry at the mercy of free Internet streams and downloads, live shows are are often the…


Review | Pickwick at TT the Bear’s

Lady Luck (feat. Sharon Van Etten) Pickwick made their first visit to Boston on April 25th with a packed show at TT the Bear’s in Cambridge. They played a solid set in support of their recently released debut, Can’t Talk Medicine, and threw in a few covers for fun. It was nearly impossible to dodge the sweat flying from the stage, but everyone was too busy singing along to care. The guys took the stage and immediately launched into Myths. The long and rambling instrumental track was the perfect way to draw out the crowd before they launched into Brother…


Review | Pickwick – Can’t Talk Medicine

  [A]bout a year and a half ago we posted about Seattle’s Pickwick, a group of 6 guys with a whole lot of soul. Our post wasn’t about a new track, or an album review, just a video of the guys performing a few tracks in a basement, as part of Seattle-based music blog Sound on the Sound’s video series. Our plea? To check these guys out. In the time since then, the band’s been selling out shows in the Pacific Northwest, and after a stellar showing at last year’s SXSW, they caught the eye of NPR as well as…


Sasquatch! A recap

I just got back from the Sasquatch Music Festival at the beautiful Gorge Ampitheater in Eastern Washington. It’s one of my favorite festivals because it always has a fantastic lineup and takes place in an unbelievably beautiful place. But this year I discovered another reason why it’s so great: small bands getting their chance to play for huge crowds. The festival itself welcomes 25,000 people through the gates every day, and the mainstage seats 20,000+. For some of these bands, playing the mainstage at Sasquatch (and even the side stages) is the largest crowd they’ve ever played.

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New Music | Pickwick – Blackout, a cappella version

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