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#HotTakes | Week of 09.26.22

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. You’re Gonna Wanna Remember This // Mark Erelli Swell // Mewn Simonie Records · Mewn – Swell Checking Out // Divorce Nobody’s Sweetheart // Caitlin Rose Hammers // Melby I Can’t Grow Up // Tegan and Sara Hope Gets Harder // Martha Brink of My Sanity // bigfatbig Ramblin’ Soul // Melissa Carper Way of the Triune God (Jubilee Version) // Tyler Childers they only talk about the weather // Arny Margret One Last Breath // Josiah and the Bonnevilles Mark of the Man // Andrew Combs

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#HotTakes | Week of 07.11.22

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Lilac And Black // Ezra Furman Hangover // Madi Diaz Yellow // Tegan and Sara Loose Future // Courtney Marie Andrews Saturn Turns // Mightmare Brighter Days // Lilly Winwood Expert In A Dying Field // The Beths Blood on the Tracks // Marcus King Mangrove // The Accidentals & Kaboom Collective Freedom // Lindsay Lou (ft. Billy Strings) Lava Lamp // Jonah Tolchin Racing To A Red Light // Early James Coal River Mountain // Old Town Crier You by Old Town Crier Black Widow //…

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#HotTakes | Week of 08.26.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Plants // Karina Rykman Storm // Joviale Cussing at the Light // Jason Hawk Harris Cruisin’ to the Park // Durand Jones & The Indications Anomaly // Miss June I’ll Be Back Someday // Tegan and Sara Upcoming Boston Area Show: Friday, October 5th @ The Wilbur Swimming // Deb Never Moment // Pinegrove Upcoming Boston Area Shows: Wednesday, September 4th & Thursday, September 5th @ Royale Couldn’t Have Known // Chk Chk Chk

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Review | Boston Calling 2017

// Review by Martin Smith The Boston Calling music festival took a big step forward this year. They started by moving the location from the Boston’s City Hall Plaza to the much larger Harvard Athletic Complex. Festival goers navigated between three music stages, a comedy club, and in their down time, entertained themselves with craft beer tents, local food vendors, wine tasting, a giant connect-four, jenga, bag-toss, and even a ferris-wheel. While years past have included some big name national acts, the Boston Calling crowd remained mostly local. That all changed with the expansion of the 2017 festival, which really…

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