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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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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…


Sunday at Newport Folk Festival in Photos

Beck [I]t’s hard to believe that the festival was just last weekend. Sunday was a welcome repeat of clear skies and a warm sun shining down on the Fort. There were a lot of acts we wanted to see and there was no time to sit idly by. Among the numerous performers were Cold Specks, Andrew Bird, Tift Merritt, The Felice Brothers, Spirit Family Reunion, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Joe Fletcher, Michael Kiwanuka, The Lumineers and a grand finale with Beck. Enjoy the final in photos from our photographer, Jamie Reiley, and let us know what your favorite act or acts…


Best Records of 2012 | 10 – 1

Hey all, it’s finally time to top the list. I had originally intended for this to land yesterday, but due to your awesomeness we ran out of bandwidth…so here we are, atop the mountain of music, these are what I thought was best of the year. 10. Spirit Family Reunion – No Separation Spirit Family Reunion – I Am Following The Sound [S]pirit Family Reunion released their first full LP this year, and as if they didn’t already hold a special place with me after playing out first brunch session, they hit the road touring No Separation delighting us all…


2012 | Steve’s Top Albums of the Year

1. Father John Misty – Fear Fun [C]roce, Skynard, Nilsson, Fogerty and Morrison had a baby and named it Father John Misty. Right out of the gate this album rocketed to the top of my most listened to list. Hooked in by “Well You Can Do It Without Me”‘s Nilsson-like flavor and then drawn into the much deeper and more complicated workings of stunners such as “Funtimes in Babylon”, “Only Son of the Ladies Man”, and… fuck it, the whole album is fantastic. 2. The Lumineers – The Lumineers [I]t says a lot about the state of the musical union…


Photos | The Lumineers + Y La Bamba – Crystal Ballroom (PDX)

Photos by Colin McLaughlin [M]ost bands give you a waiting period before they blow up. Time to fall in love before you start to feel like you’ve been slighted by the mainstream for stealing “your band.” Time to walk around with their words in your headphones before you hear those same songs pouring out of a Starbucks as you walk on by. Sorry, Lumineers fans. “Ho Hey” was just that good, so that time was lost to you. Now everyone has a hold of them. Don’t worry though. The Lumineers haven’t let any of this newfound fame and adoration go…


The Lumineers – Live Session w/ Hearya

One of my favorite blogs to read, and certainly one of the reasons I got into this whole thing, Hearya released a superb live session with a deep obsession of mine, the Lumineers.  I’m just going to post all the videos, because each is worth watching.  Then you should head over to HearYa and grab the session free to download.  It’s a flipping amazing sounding recording, and I’m awfully giddy about this.


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Live Review | The Lumineers at Cafe 939

The Lumineers – Ho Hey If you still don’t know who the Lumineers are, let me catch you up. HO! A few years back, lead singer Wesley, and friend Jeremiah abandoned New York City and headed west, settling in Denver. HEY! They took out a Craigslist Ad and met Cellist Neyla and formed The Lumineers. HO! Their sound is the perfect incarnation of stomp-and-clap folk that has become popular over the past few years from bands like Mumford and Sons, The Avett Brothers and The Head and The Heart. HEY! I dare you to watch this video and not sing,…


Review | The Lumineers

The Lumineers – Ho Hey I remember a long while back hearing rumors of this band, and seeing youtube videos of them performing their song Ho Hey, and thinking it was pretty good, but skeptical they had more songs like that in them. My skepticism was totally taken away as soon as I played through their album one time. Truly, that was all it took to fall completely, head over heels in love with this album. I can’t recommend any more than that. If you aren’t fully versed in the Lumineers I’ll try and fill in the gaps. They are…

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