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Lightning Bug brings atmospheric folk to Baby's All Right 07.08

New York's indie-pop quartet Lightning Bug is playing at Baby's All Right on July 8th, at the release show for the immigrant rights benefit compilation entitled "So Many Singing." Lightning Bug's most recent EP, 'the torment of love,' showcases the band's affinity for atmospheric bedroom pop, as well as melodic folk-rock sensibilities reminiscent of Joni Mitchell. - Ethan Ames





Songwriters

Time: 
08:00
Band name: 
Marc Cohn
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/MarcCohn/
Venue name: 
White Eagle Hall
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Songwriters

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Lola Pistola
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/lolapistolaband/
Venue name: 
Alphaville
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New Track: "Woo-Hoo" (Seekonk Cover) - Friendship

For Burst & Bloom's 50th release, the Portsmouth, NH record label asked its artists and friends to contribute covers of songs from its catalog for its new compilation, Burst & Bloom 50,  you can stream and download for free HERE. Every artist on its roster (past & present) is represented in the collection. You can also take Philly alt-folk outfit Friendship's rendition of Seekonk's "Woo-Hoo" for a spin below. It can be found on band's album Pinkwood 2. (Photo by Daniel Riffe)





El Mar is breezy yet heartfelt in "Drifting"

Brooklyn indie singer-songwriter El Mar may sound light-hearted and easy to listen to, but there's a depth to her lyrics and tone that sparkles through. Her single "Drifting" is a gorgeous example of that delightful pairing of breeziness and feeling. A carefully balanced full-band arrangement with just the right hint of country/Americana textures shows that El Mar is finding her own voice in a world of songwriters that sometimes mulls together. "Drifting" certainly doesn't sound like El Mar is drifting, actually, it feels like she's headed in the right direction. -Geena Kloeppel

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