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“Daniel the Brave” by Adam Ezra Group

“Daniel the Brave” by Adam Ezra Group

On their recent album, Daniel the Brave, Boston-based rockers the Adam Ezra Group enter relatively unknown territory. Or, as the group puts it in the album’s liner notes, “Most of the tracks [on the album] are recorded live. Some are first takes. Some involve sounds we’ve never used on an album before.” The result of […]

“How I Knew Her” by Nataly Dawn

“How I Knew Her” by Nataly Dawn

One half of indie folk duo Pomplamoose, Nataly Dawn has had quite the success over the past three years. With her voice gracing a national Toyota commercial, appearing on NPR’s All Things Considered, and lending her talents to a Barry Manilow track, Dawn announced a solo-effort in 2011. The album financed by a KIckstarter campaign with […]

“Lines We Trace” by Hey Marseilles

“Lines We Trace” by Hey Marseilles

If you are planning to take a road trip this spring break and are looking for a sound track to inspire your adventure, look no further than Hey Marseilles’ Lines We Trace, available March fifth. The Seattle-based band has created a truly modern blend of sounds; a refreshing combination of folk, indie pop, and orchestral […]

“Honeys” by Pissed Jeans

“Honeys” by Pissed Jeans

Pissed Jeans is one of those bands that you know what they’re sound is going to be simply by reading their name. It’s a sound that’s gritty, angry, and unapologetic, drawing influences from ‘80s and ‘90s noise-rock. It’s full of passion and a whole lot of head-banging glory. Honeys, their most recent release, doesn’t stray […]

“My Rocks Are Dreams” by Psychic Friend

“My Rocks Are Dreams” by Psychic Friend

If you don’t know Imperial Teen, give them a listen because they’re one of the best power pop bands around. Psychic Friend, the side-project of Imperial Teen guitarist Will Schwartz and LA-based drummer Tripp Beam, doesn’t stray very far from Imperial Teen’s pop-formula, but what he does bring to the table is a very classic […]

“When It Was Now” by Atlas Genius

“When It Was Now” by Atlas Genius

Atlas Genius’s debut album, When It Was Now, pulses with the beat of the 80’s with an attention deficiency, but it’s a good thing. The South Australian band began on a whim in 2011, and has since produced a consistent and timely seven songs to tie together their first full release to follow up their […]

“Get Up!” by Ben Harper

“Get Up!” by Ben Harper

Blues fans will be overjoyed to find that a new musical gem has already risen to the surface this year in the form of Get Up! an album featuring Ben Harper and the legendary harmonica player, Charlie Musselwhite. Get Up! takes the talent of both Grammy Award winning musicians and creates a classic album that […]

“GRRR!” by The Rolling Stones

“GRRR!” by The Rolling Stones

In the entire universe of popular music, there may be no band as prolific or as widely-known as The Rolling Stones. Since their formation in London in 1962, the Stones have permanently left their mark on the genre worldwide; defining what it means to be a rock and roll band for future musicians and fans […]

“Wonderful, Glorious” by EELS

“Wonderful, Glorious” by EELS

If you weren’t acquainted with Los Feliz, California band EELS’s nine albums prior to this month’s Wonderful, Glorious, it wouldn’t be such a revelation. The album is sprinkled with feel-good songs with grunge-rock inspiration, thanks to lead singer Mark “E” Everett’s signature, scratchy cords. For fans of EELS, this album is the last thing one […]

“m b v” by My Bloody Valentine

“m b v” by My Bloody Valentine

On February 2nd, music fanatics around the world brought their Saturday nights to a screeching halt when the legendary shoegaze band My Bloody Valentine announced they were releasing their follow up to their 1991 album Loveless that very night. Band leader Kevin Shields has been teasing at the album for decades, and it got the […]

Emerson College

The Emerson Acappellooza Fundraiser

Come celebrate our school with performances from our own four a cappella groups: Acapellics Anonymous, Noteworthy, Treble Makers, and Achoired Taste. It will be a night filled with school spirit, positive energy, and fun for any person who loves Emerson College. Proceeds will go to Emerson Scholarships and Emerson A cappella. Sponsored by Acappellics Anonymous with The Spirit […]

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