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TONIGHT: Fieldings release EP "It's All You, Cookie" at Rubulad

What better spot for Fieldings to debut a whole new EP of their wonderfully weird tunes than Rubulad, Brooklyn's nomadic venue? The trio of soft indie rockers will drop It's All You, Cookie tonight; its final track, "Soft Shell Crabs", has already seen release - we are streaming it below. It retains the same echoing dreamy goodness as their tracks from their previous album "Soft Tissue", but it sounds as polished as -- if not more so than -- anything the group has released in their six years of existence. Take a listen to "Soft Shell Crabs" below, and if you can make it to the show, RSVP to Rubulad for the address. - Will Sisskind





Lilith deliciously blends pop and rock in new album "Safer Off"

How wonderful it is to listen to music that takes the mind on a pleasant ride down memory lane: if you are having upbeat memories about better times you may be listening to the vibrant indie-pop of Boston’s Lilith. The Allston-based duo that is Hannah Liuzzo and Kelsey Rose Francis flies high in its latest album Safer Off, a posh blend of garage rock and pop that ticks all the boxes of appealing modern music. Do you want dynamic guitar riffs? You got them! Need some sweet pop choruses? Coming right up, friend! From the popping drums of Adam Demirjian to the female harmonies that accentuate each song, if a rich sound is what you crave, the music will satisfy you. The group recently celebrated the release of Safer Off with a performance at Great Scott and is sure to keep the momentum going this fall. We are streaming the cheery track “In Real Life” below. - Rene Cobar





New Queen of Jeans LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Topshelf Records recently released Queen of Jeans's new LP If you're not afraid, I'm not afraid. Serene, personal narratives reveal intimate, inner workings with a resounding clarity. One becomes swept up by the breezy, beautiful atmospherics. On Friday, September 6, Boot & Saddle will host the trio’s album release celebration, with support from Gladie. (Photo by Bob Sweeney)





The Pendeltons' funky sweet “Running Away”

Oh man, we’re pleased to have found The Pendeltons' funky sweetness. What is going on with these keys, these snapping fingers, the harmonies? Solid goodness. Pendeltons (on Bastard Jazz) are perfect to jam with after a long day or at a start of a fresh one: they bring that shoulder moving, positive feeling that we appreciate. They’ve got that soul, boogie vibe while keeping that modern feel. Highly recommend. -Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor





Dump Him prepares for record release, plays Flywheel Arts Collective 08.28

Northampton’s Dump Him does not care much if you think its music is good or bad; the band’s liberating rock is for everyone. Letting rip fast-paced distorted guitars, eruptive drums, and sticky-good pop choruses, the group keeps the voltage high and the pop-punk cream thick. The band’s latest set of singles “Dykes To Watch Out For” and “Trash” are confirmation that the group plans on keeping its middle finger flying high toward the establishment, with powerful messages about personal freedom and empowering rock ‘n’ roll—the way any great punk band ought to do. The two singles are a preview of the group’s upcoming record Dykes To Watch Out For set for release on August 30th. If you want to catch Dump Him live, you can make your way to the Flywheel Arts Collective in Easthampton, MA tomorrow evening. We are streaming the upcoming album’s title track for you below. - Rene Cobar

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