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#HotTakes | Week of 02.18.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Got To Keep On // The Chemical Brothers Heart Attack Kid // Ben Kweller Halo Light // Buck Meek Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, April 6th @ Berklee Performance Center Galaxies // Alice Phoebe Lou Upcoming Boston Area Show: Tuesday, March 5th @ Cafe 939 Warm Skin // TALLSAINT Brooklyn // Tyler Lyle Brooklyn by Tyler Lyle Ain’t Got No Money // Justin Townes Earle Paradise Bay // Darlingside Ball Pit // Matthew Logan Vasquez Into This // Martha High As A Kite // Weezer Hold Me…

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#HotTakes | Week of 04.02.2018

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. America’s Open Roads // Cicada Rhythm Upcoming Boston area show: Tuesday, June 19 @ Atwood’s Tavern Steampowered Blues // Phil Cook Ages Ago // Forth Wanderers I Can Change // Lake Street Dive Upcoming Boston area show: Friday, May 4 @ The Sinclair The Animals // Ladytron ? Impossible // The Weather Station Don’t Mean to Pry // Horse Feathers Tailor Made // The Lemon Twigs All The Liars // Avi Jacob Children of the Civil War // Tyler Lyle Keep Movin’ // Goodnight, Texas New record…

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Mixtape | March 2018

The month of March is over, and it’s time for the world to bloom a bit. This month was especially difficult to keep the total tracks to 40. Editing down, we’ve got great new stuff from Natalie Prass, to Erin Rae, Ry Cooder, Hiss Golden Messengerand so much more. I’m so so stoked on this mixtape and I hope you like it as much as I do. As always, let us know what we’ve missed (if anything), and please do enjoy.

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New Music | Tyler Lyle – Winter is for Kierkegaard

Georgia born singer songwriter and pal of ours, Tyler Lyle has been on a mission as of late. He got his new record funded on pledge music, has been churning out content to keep us all interested and now has finally dropped the first single from his upcoming record, The Native Genius of Desert Plants, a sophomore followup to a favorite record in my household, his The Golden Age and the Silver Girl. “Winter is for Kierkegaard” is a driving, uplifting anthem that comes out of some serious growing up. Musically reminiscent of Fleetwood, while Lyle wraps his verses around…

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2013 | Steve’s Top 12 (?) Albums of the Year

[W]elp, it’s that time of the year again — time to try and stack rank the albums I’ve spent my life with over the past year. Weighing intangible against intangible and doing my best to pick which one comes out on top! In some ways, this annual ritual makes me feel like I’m trying to pick a favorite kid. Actually, doing that might be easier. I keed, I keed. No DSS calls please. Below are my top albums for the year and even one bonus suggestion which I was lucky enough to get a preview of during 2013, but that…