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Boston's Hana Kahn plays Middle East in Cambridge on 2/25

The sensual guitar-based songs of Boston singer/songwriter Hana Kahn compel with their emotional nakedness and elegant musicianship. On the January-released “Venus And Mars” (streaming below), for example, the strong-timbered Kahn boldly details solitude and longing with guitar strums that excitingly add up to what can rightfully be called peaceful sonority. Perhaps like the most moving tracks in the singer/songwriter genre, Kahn’s subtly bold tunes seem personal but, impressively, can speak to many. Hana Kahn plays at Middle East in Cambridge, MA on 2/25.- Zach Weg 





These Peaches

These Peaches released a new video for their song "So Glad" in honor of Valentine's Day. The track is taken from their 2015 release "Almost Heard The Ocean". These Peaches is primarily the work of Rich Klevgard and the video was directed by filmmaker Sonny Valicenti.





Ezra Furman "Ordinary Life"

Ezra Furman has released the video for "Ordinary Life" from his 2015 release Perpetual Motion People.

Ezra will be perform at SXSW in March but will return home for a show at Lincoln Hall with Sleepy Kitty on March 26th.

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Into It. Over It.

Into It. Over It. has released the second single from their forthcoming album, Standards, due out March 11th via Triple Crown. The new single is called "Required Reading” and according to Evan Weiss was the "first truly eye opening writing sessions for the record".

Into It. Over It. will be performing at SXSW in March and back at home at Lincoln Hall on April 30th with The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, The Sidekicks, and Pinegrove.





Ava Lake

Ava Lake has released the colorful video for her latest single, "Everyone Known". At just 18, Lake shows a lot of promise on this single combining an array of styles and sounds.

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