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The Mallett Brothers Band release genre-defying 'Vive L’Acadie!' & play The Lakeshore House (6.23)

The newest album, Vive L’Acadie!, by the Maine-based Americana staple group The Mallett Brothers Band is a simple and effective exploration of the soul. Blending southern influences with a New England state of mind, the group creates refreshing and rugged country rock that interrogates the genre while keeping a good tune — as exemplified but the opening and title track (streaming below). The Mallet Brothers Band is currently on tour and will be playing at The Lakeshore House in Monson, Maine on June 23. - Lilly Milman





Video Premiere: "A Cold Wind" - Dominy

Featured on the Wet Leather LP, we’re happy to premiere the new video for “A Cold Wind” from Dominy. Cruising in the twilight hours, director Lauren Tepfer captures the single's gradual, pensive, road-weary vibe. It wears into you with a steady, semi-spoken, tell-it-like-it-is wisdom, reinforced by the hearth-glowing harmony, the twinkle of the keys, and resonating, home-welcoming, peddle steel/slide. This feels like one of those songs that one basks in, after a long night and maybe a few beverages.  You can catch an intimate, acoustic set with Dominy next Friday, June 29 at The Music Ward, joined by Rentboy, Rylan, and All Boy/All Girl. (Photo by Brittany Cook)





Wilder Maker shares video in reverse for new single (fronted by Katie Von Schleicher

In 2017, Wilder Maker released a two-track 7” with Saddle Creek Records featuring “New Streets” and “Only Child.” Those two tracks saw the group tightening up it’s ‘70s and roots rock inspired sound with the crisp vocals of keyboardist Katie Von Schleicher (who performs under her own name as well) coming more to the forefront. On Wilder Maker’s newest single “Drunk Driver”—which comes ahead of the band’s upcoming full-length Zion, out July 13 via Northern Spy Records—Von Schleicher’s voice leads the way again with excellent results. Over a hypnotic build Von Schleicher delivers lyrics with an emotional weight that sounds effortless: “I loved her with no thought for me, reckless as a drunk driver exhales and turns the key.” The motion of the arrangement toward an ending swirl of keys and guitar pairs well with the single’s video which plays an intimate party in reverse from the sleepy subway ride home through the pizza and shared drinks to the first greetings before sunset. Watch the video below. – Cameron Carr





Renny Conti brings his indie folk to Mercury Lounge 06.27

Renny Conti describes his music as “indie folky songs for your heart,” and there is indeed a fireside-in-the-winter kind of comfort in his acoustic guitar-based tracks. He tackles heavy topics of in a subdued, quiet way. In “How I’ll Die,” Conti laments “Focus on the rhythm / Of where our life has went / All i can think about / While you're so far away from it.” It’s rain-on-the-windowpane sadness masked by the breeziness of indie folk anthems, and you can catch him live at Mercury Lounge on June 27. -Lily Crandall

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Indie Folk

Time: 
21:30
Band name: 
Cut Worms
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/TheCutWorms/
Venue name: 
Mercury Lounge
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