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Saint Pé's "Fixed Focus"

Black Lips guitarist Ian Saint Pé released a solo album this month utilizing the kind of punk and garage influences that provided his parent band acclaim. Fixed Focus is twelve tracks of jangly, distorted guitars, driving rhythms, and a kind of belligerent vocal performance that instantly conjures indie rock talk-singers like Kurt Vile. The album offers a variety of song constructions, from the slower, melodic, 90s alt rock style of “As of Late” to the rapid and forceful punk aesthetic of “Spun and Spurn,” Saint Pé works within the sonic limitations of his own musical tradition to craft a collection of songs that pushes its boundaries.

-Andrew Strader 





The Inbetween Days

Sofar Chicago released their recording of The Inbetween Days performing their track “Have You Seen Her” this week. The track was released as a single back in October as a follow-up to their 2016 LP, Stranger than Strangers.

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Mazes

Mazes released their latest LP, The Violet Tapes, today (4/21) via Sanzimat. Below is the album’s first single “West Coast Revolution”.

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R.D. King Releases Debut Album at The Rockwell Theatre 4/27

 Boston guitarist R.D. King is preparing to release an album of masterfully crafted instrumentals in vs. Self, his debut effort.  Comprised of nine tracks of transformative journeys of sound, King fully utilizes and expands the capabilities of the instrument, creating an ensemble sound with his fingers.  It's easy to get lost in the genre-defying work of King, with each track taking you to a different, unexpected place, from classical to pop to progressive metal and beyond.  Experience it for yourself at the Rockville Theatre in Somerville, MA on 4/27, featuring Jenee Halstead.  Click the link below for the first single, "An End to Wandering".  -Brian Varneke





Hammydown Brings Garage-Pop to O'Brien's 4/25

 Northampton, MA based Hammydown is bringing her brand of infectious garage-pop to Allston next week in preparation of her upcoming EP, Pizzaface.  Singer/songwriter Abbie Morin combines bright, catchy melodies with understated, fuzzy guitar work to create a memorable and unique style that will appeal to a diverse pool of fans.  The EP is set to release this July, but we've heard it and can assure you it is worth the wait.  Check out the video for the first single, "People You May Know", below and catch Hammydown at O'Brien's on Tuesday, 4/25, featuring Workman Song, Honeymooner, and Fossy Jaw.  -Brian Varneke

 

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