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The Solars Bring New EP to O'Brien's 06.25

With their new EP Retitled Remastered, Boston psych/folk rockers The Solars assert themselves as masters of their craft.  Overflowing with memorable lyrics, impressive vocal harmonies, and tight, folksy grooves, the record flows seamlessly, evading strict categorization.  Their new single "Goddess of the Suburbs" is an ode to the discomfort and paranoia of being stuck in your skin when you wish you could be anywhere else.  Check it out below and catch The Solars live at O'Brien's on 6/25 with Littleboybigheadonbike and Mitch Van Bree. -Brian Varneke





Indie-Pop Newcomers Dang Clets Release Self-Titled EP

 Formed by three Californians transplanted in Boston, Dang Clets is new to the New England scene, but is wasting no time making a name for themselves. Their self-titled debut EP is instantly catchy and charming, with smooth, synth-laden jangle pop guaranteed to keep you relaxed and engaged from start to finish. Expect to see their name often in the next few years as they are definitely a band to watch. Check out their single "Lines" below and let us know what you think! -Brian Varneke

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Basement boys Nice Guys and Black Beach to play Great Scott

This June, two staples of Boston basements, Nice Guys and Black Beach, teamed up to release a split 7.” These bands bring a grungy, unpretentious energy to their music that stands far away from the math-rock stylings often found in the Berklee scene. With fuzzy guitars, screaming vocals and a vengeful, intentional energy, both bands meet each other head to head on each track of the split. It’s a match made in bong-ripping, surf-rocking hell. Enjoy singles “Grodelo” by Nice Guys and “Poor Posture” by Black Beach





Crumb moves from Boston to NYC, "Locket" EP out June 23rd

It's easy to the psychedelia in Crumb's music because their latest song features some strange strumming guitar work and some very loopy chord structures. So far, the band have only released an EP of three songs last year, now following up with a new track last month, but they've already garnered quite a following. Their latest song, "Plants," is loopy, light-hearted, chromatically-inclined and sounds a little like what I imagine an acid trip might feel like. "Plants" is off of their latest EP, Locket, out June 23rd. - Geena Kloeppel

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best mellow songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

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LittleBoyBigHeadonBike releases record at AS220 on 06.23

God Damn Wonderland is the latest LP by uber-productive Providence-based lo-fi folk artist LittleBoyBigHeadonBike (aka William Orchard). Although the LP will be not available until June 23rd, a few singles have already been released—like “It Was Alright (your heart was shining through your eyes last night)”, a poetic musing on being left behind. This song differentiates itself from the typical singer-songwriter piece with its complex instrumentals (William Orchard plays keyboards, guitar, and bass on this track) and full harmonies. The album release show will be held in Providence at AS220 on June 23rd. - Lilly Milman

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