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Ex-RIBS member Blake Fusilier set to release debut EP in 2016

Ex-RIBS member Blake Fusilier may have left Boston, but we at The Deli haven’t forgotten about him.
Blake’s debut EP is due out in 2016 under the name “Fusilier” on NYC’s Brassland label. A mix of jazz, dance and R&B, the EP highlights Blake’s immense vocal talents and melodic abilities.

A sample of what's to come can be found via Blake's Instagram feed below. We'll be sure to share the rest of the tunes when they're available, but for now check out the Fusilier website  and Facebook page for updates about the singer, including the EP release and tour dates.


-Dan McMahon (@dmcmhn)

 Photo credit: Chris Oquist

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"Late Night on Lansdowne" starts December 27, presented by Mutiny on the Microphone & RadioBDC (FREE!)

Mutiny on the Microphone and RadioBDC have teamed-up to bring you some much-needed respite after spending so much time with your families this holiday season. The event, dubbed "Late Night on Lansdowne", takes place at Bill's Bar on December 27 and 28, the final two nights of Hometown Throwdown 2015. The shows are the perfect opportunity to check out some of Boston's immensely-talented musicians--who aren't named Dicky Barrett. They're also the perfect post-Throwdown stop if you're looking to keep the party going late into the night. The lineups for each night are:

December 27
The Bonnets
Bundles
Warn The Duke

December 28
The Offseason
Neutral Territory
Diablogato

Each show starts at 11PM. FREE, 21+. More info about the 2-night affair can be found here.

-Dan McMahon (@dmcmhn) 


 


Boston's Du Vide plays Middle East in Cambridge on Tuesday (12/22)

Just a month ago, Boston “sad math” trio Du Vide released its ferociously minimal latest effort, ‘clutter.’ Comprised of such genre-melding tracks as the jazz-bedroom pop blend, “the hell it is” and the folk-inflected “a sharp inhale” (streaming below), the intriguingly murky piece shows Du Vide to be a group who, as Youth Lagoon did on his brilliant debut, ‘The Year of Hibernation,’ conveys inner ennui with compassionate force. Du Vide plays Middle East-Upstairs in Cambridge, Massachussetts on Tuesday, 12/22. - Zach Weg

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Boston singer/songwriter George Woods plays The Red Door on Monday (12/14)

Back in September, Boston-based singer/songwriter George Woods released 'Bedroom Demos,' an offering of two ruggedly pretty songs. Both blues-oriented folk tracks, the guitar-twined "Please Please" and "Devil's Got a Face" (streaming below) show the deep-voiced Woods candidly yet sweetly pining for romance, readily admitting his faults while devoting himself to another. Recalling a bit more of a downhome Jack White, Woods bravely shows vulnerability on these tracks, soulfully singing out pain. Reportedly at work on his sophomore studio effort (after 2012's 'Heartbeat), George Woods plays at The Red Door in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on Monday (12/14). - Zach Weg

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Boston sextet Loose Change's sunny rock

As heard on their warm, harmonica-hinged songs "Get What You Give" and "Sun Go Down," Boston sextet Loose Change radiantly blends the bluesy rock of 'Beggars Banquet'-era The Rolling Stones and the floaty Americana of Wilco's 'Summerteeth.' Lead singer Sam Bergquist even sports the prowling voice of Mick Jagger on the latter track and, with his bandmates' tight drumming and smooth guitar strums in the background, he makes Loose Change pleasantly, wonderfully fresh. While the band doesn't currently have a forthcoming show listed, keep posted on its Facebook page. - Zach Weg

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