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Photos + Review | Copenhagen Beer & Music Celebration

The Copenhagen Beer and Music Celebration originated in Copenhagen, Denmark and has been celebrating the blissful marriage between beer and music for years. This weekend marked the first ever CBC in the United States and Boston was fortunate enough to host. Friday night’s session kicked off with music from Boston’s local band Vunderbar followed by folk rock band, The Barr Brothers from Montreal. Unfortunately, just as Friday’s headliner, experimental indie rock band Yo La Tengo, was finishing their set storms sent event goers running for the shelter of the beer tents. The high energy banjo twang of the local folk…

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2015 | Camille’s Top 10 Albums of the Year

Oh boy, it’s time for another top 10 list! And by “it’s time,” I mean “I am a few days late.” These things stress me out and I can’t even pretend these are in any order, but everything on here is something that I loved this year, and you could do a lot worse than to listen to any one of these during the last few moments of 2015. Or all of them. And it’s surely not an exhaustive list – at the last minute, I remembered someone I was going to put on here and had to bump another band…


Review | Tigerman WOAH! – Up South Vol. III

There will be zero objectivity in this post. Anyone who knows me has heard at least one tirade about how great Tigerman WOAH! is, and how you absolutely must go see them live if possible. And, before I go any further, let me reiterate that. See them live. The album is really good. But their live show is incredible. It devolves immediately into a sweaty, beardy, foot-stomping explosion, and if you go to one of their shows and don’t have fun, you may not be technically alive. The song I’m featuring with this post, “My Grave,” opened a show they…