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New England Music Awards Week: Ashley Jordan

New England Music Awards Week continues with Ashley Jordan, a country vocalist from Harvard, MA. After releasing two records, she joined forces with Big Crush Records to release her third, Nothing in Doubt, last December. The album and its lead single, “If I Had You,” helped the songstress earn her second nomination for Country Act of the Year. We spoke to Ashley to learn more about her music and how she views her success.

To read the interview, click here.

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New England Music Awards Week: Dan & the Wildfire

With the New England Music Awards set to take place in Lowell on February 22, we begin New England Music Awards Week with Dan & the Wildfire, a five-piece folk band from Boston nominated for Indie/Pop Act of the Year. The band released Smoke Signals, its first album under the name Dan & the Wildfire (and second overall) in 2012, and is currently hard at work on its follow-up record. To learn more about the band and what got them recognized this year, we spoke to frontman Dan Htoo-Levine himself.

 

To read the interview, click here.

 

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Miss Geo, Rich People Food, Kitschenettes and Elsewhere at TT the Bear's Place This Wednesday

For anyone sadly unaware of the aural bliss that will be coming from TT the Bear’s Place this Wednesday night, February 12, fear not; I will now fill you in on a show you simply cannot miss. Dance-pop duo Miss Geo will be playing their synth grooves alongside Rich People Food, Kitschenettes and Elsewhere. This bill is sure to brighten up even the most dreary of winter weekday moods. If you’re free (and why wouldn't you be--it’s a Wednesday night!), come by Central Square in Cambridge and check it out.

Doors are at 8:30, with Elsewhere kicking it off at 9PM. $9 cover, 18+. Proper ID required.

 

-Dan McMahon (@dmcmhn)

 

 

This Emerging Artist is based in Newengland, check out other talented locals we picked for our Artist of the Month poll below!

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Getting to know Mals Totem, the winners of 2013's Best New England Emerging Artist Readers' Poll

This year, Mals Totem’s eponymous debut EP put them on the map. Need proof? Well, the band won The Deli New England’s Best Emerging Artists Readers’ Poll for 2013, which was – you guessed it – voted on by you, our readers. Despite (for the most part) relocating to Brooklyn, the band’s still got strong ties to New England. Vocalist Dave Vives is completing a degree at Boston’s Berklee College of Music, and the band promises to continue playing shows in the city beginning with a gig at the Middle East Upstairs on April 3, alongside Bent Knee. We spoke to Asher Kurtz and Mike Lostica, the band’s respective lead and rhythm guitarists, to learn a little bit more about the band.

To read the interview, click here.

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Shambles, Rebuilder, Save Ends and Laureate to Play Bishop and Rook Birthday Show on February 15

Fellow Boston-area blogger Kristin Nicholls (who operates the local music review Bishop and Rook) will be hosting a night of punk rock on February 15th in conjunction with RTT Presents and Refuse Rethink Rebuild Records at O’Brien’s Pub in Allston, MA. The lineup is packed with energy from start to finish with performances from Shambles, Rebuilder, Save Ends and Laureate (Montreal). The show also happens to fall on Kristin’s 30th birthday, so stop by, wish her a happy birthday, drink some PBRs and listen to some totally rad local (and international) tunes.

The show starts at 8PM. $8 cover, 21+. Proper ID required.


-Dan McMahon (@dmcmhn)

 

 

This Emerging Artist is based in Newengland, check out other talented locals we picked for our Artist of the Month poll below!

Newengland Artist of the Month Poll
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