Check out our photos from Mini Dresses’ release show at the Great Scott with Bong Wish and Lina Tullgren!
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Emo bands who feature a vibraphone and lyrics about the Food Network don’t come along everyday. But Death Party’s first single “Perennials” has you covered.
Black Beach have grown into themselves on the second installment of “Play Loud, Die” with Vol. 2. While parts of it sound like a call and response with the first iteration, a majority of the EP features greater attention to production value.
Morningbird has taken flight as an introspective psych-rock band in Boston’s scene with Only Believe In Love.
Given a studio with more space, All Talk decided to turn their songwriting inward while pushing their sound into wider areas. Stream it before its Friday release.
Haasan Barclay has dropped “Live For You,” a soulful, understated guitar ballad that might already be the love song of Summer 2017.
Check out “Stimulate,” the relaxing new single from Boston rapper TheLastGekko.
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New Hampshire’s Wedding Camp makes fun, scuzzy rock that fuses together catchy pop hooks with distorted guitar and propulsive drums. “Snacks” is the second single off their upcoming EP Clear Fizzy Things, on Dadstache Records.
Tighticus Finch releases a new track and album under their new name, Cardinals.
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Boston-based artist Steph Barrak rejuvenates her 2012 track, and shows us how to keep moving forward in the face of exhaustion a.k.a. 2016.