The Water Cycle are here to take you back to the trappings of young love, goofy smile and all.
Their new EP, The Water Cycle Falls in Love, is a fun little ode to romance with the purest of intentions. The entire album feels like a collar tug and clearing of the throat on the way to prom. It’s sweaty palms and tripping over your feet, a flush building under your skin, innocent even when the subject matter turns a tad cheeky.
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American Sounds, the newest EP from Joey DeFrancesco (of Downtown Boys) highlights rad, queer politics through a dance/electronic/drag lens.
Quality local bit-punk? (T-T)b’s new EP will have you reminiscing pixellated screens more with each head nod.
Baltimore band Dreambush debuted their magical slacker-pop EP yesterday, aptly titled Butch Magic.
Listen to Dylan Ewen’s new EP, Gender Mountain, and read through his tour dates with Shytalk.
What do you get when you combine violins and guitars? Shedding beautiful light on the Boston folk scene, Mother Moses has a new EP to share. Stream it here.
Allston Pudding had the chance to chat with Sports Coach about dealing with personal defeat, stepping outside the urban bubble, space clouds, and horror movies.
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We’ve got the premiere of the new Yale, Massachusetts EP! Keep it together. They brought pizza.
Succumb to lethargy with the finest shoegaze band in VT’s debut EP.