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#HotTakes | Week of 11.29.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Rainy Days in June // Barbara BLUE ROSES // firekid Too Late Now // Wet Leg Grown // Abbie Ozard Fake As A Dream // Rainbow Girls JUPITER’S DANCE // Hurray for the Riff Raff No Tomorrows // Simone Felice In Need of Repair // Band of Horses intertwined // Arny Margret Georgette // David Wax Museum

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#HotTakes | Week of 10.18.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Regular Guy // Naked Giants Old Country Waltz // Jeff Tweedy Adrienne // Gemma Laurence Domino // Shovels & Rope Hawks Don’t Share // Carson McHone Grace // Hiss Golden Messenger Puppet // Simone Felice Walk Alone Track // Delv!s GET LOST // The Collection

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#HotTakes | Week of 09.20.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. BRIGHTSIDE // The Lumineers Hope Never Leaves My Side // Leon Creek Quitter // Weakened Friends Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, October 9th @ Brighton Music Hall Motorcycle // Liz Cooper Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, October 2nd @ Brighton Music Hall Operators feat. Bodye // Hembree Year Around The Sun // Simone Felice U&ME // alt-J Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, April 14th @ Agganis Arena Anybody Else But Me // FUR Full Faith In Providence // Villagers Tragic Head // Daniel Romano Let ’em Burn…

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New Music | Simone Felice – Running Through My Head

[T]he second single from Simone Felice’s eagerly awaited album is the beautifully haunting “Running Through My Head.” The New York singer-songwriter, author, and former member of the sibling folk band Felice Brothers, will release his second solo effort, Strangers, March 25th on Team Love Records. The new song explores the feeling of being alone and detached in a world of constant noise and surveillance, and how the thought of one person can help ease your mind.¬†Of the track, Felice says “I heard somebody say once that the only thing that can ruin a perfect spring day is people – except…


Simone Felice – Molly O!

[H]aving spent time with the Lumineers over the summer, we’re now seeing some collaboration on Simone Felice’s new single “Molly O!” as Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites of The Lumineers, have lent a hand on this track with additional vocals. The song marks the difficulty in lost relationships. Felice mentions, “Isn’t it wild how, when it comes to matters of the heart, we can start out so fanatical, so certain, only to end up as strangers in the end? Remote even to ourselves over time, strangers in the mirror…” I’ve always enjoyed Felice’s tunes, an excellent songwriter, whose creativity seems…