Blog entries categorized as “boston band”
Daisybones Announces Single, “Choke” by Paul Corsi
The new single from Boston indie rock band Daisybones creates a hazy atmosphere of volcanic riffs, dynamic tempo changes, and a bulldozer sized groove that never says quit.
Miss Geo Releases “Miles From Home” Video by Paul Corsi
Miss Geo Releases “Miles From Home” Video
off upcoming Album Connection, due out September 16
Miss Geo Announces September 16 Connection Album Release by Paul Corsi
Miss Geo Announces September 16 Connection Album Release
Offers First Single, “Sea In Between” as Downloadable MP3
Nate Leavitt & The Elevation Releases New Ghost-Folk Single, “Someone Send a Signal” by Paul Corsi
Nate Leavitt & The Elevation Releases New Ghost-Folk Single, “Someone Send a Signal”
Off Upcoming EP Someone Send a Signal, Due Out April 22
The Big Takeover Premieres the Stacked, Dreamy Vocal Harmonies on Abbie Barrett & The Last Date's “Lake House Moon” by Megan Fisher
"The massed vocal harmonies in this song off their forthcoming album, The Triples, reminds us of David Crosby’s brilliant but now largely forgotten 1971 solo LP If I Could Only Remember My Name — jazzed with the proggy propulsive drive of Annie Haslam and Renaissance." —The Big Takeover
*chi Releases Digital Temptation on Sept 16 by Janelle
Check out the diverse amagamation of genres and moods in *chi's upcoming Sept 16 release, Digital Temptation.
The Fairy Tale That Doesn’t End Well by Megan Fisher
Abbie Barrett & The Last Date Release “Kingdoms & Castles” off The Triples
Magnet Magazine Features the Pop Driven Sound of Abbie Barrett & The Last Date by Megan Fisher
“‘Here To Stay,’ the opener on the new LP, is a pop-driven story of a woman struggling in a world where success depends on standards other than her own. The track bursts with an energy of hopefulness and despair, matching the feelings of the protagonist all along the way.” --Eric Miller - Magnet Magazine
Abbie Barrett & The Last Date To Release The Triples Sept. 2 by Megan Fisher
Showcasing tremendous range, and an unwilling to let genre constraints interfere
There’s Going To Be A Fight by Megan Fisher
Abbie Barrett & The Last Date Release “Here To Stay” From The Triples, Out Sept. 2
High Five! Great Food on the Road by Janelle
Any band who has been on tour knows the importance of finding those places to make you feel a just a little bit more at home. No strangers to the road, Americana duo, Adela & Jude gave us a few tips on best places for a good, no, let's make that a great meal. Proscuitto and mozarella baguette = yum.This article appears in the High Five blog.
The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library Performs "Amylee" by Janelle
Check out some of the members from the Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library performing "Amylee" for TimeOut New York.This article appears in the Videos blog.
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