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The Manliest Maniacs, Man Man

The members of Man Man are known for their live performances, probably because they deck themselves out in war paint and use noisemakers and pots and pans. Their music has been called ragtime, gypsy jazz, and i...
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Speck Mountain Provides Sweet Relief

For a delicious mid-summer treat, indulge in Speck Mountain’s new album, Some Sweet Relief. Then, check them out at Bruar Falls on July 15. Their intoxicating blend of disco and ambient psychedelia is a perfect...
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Priestly Sins

British Steel, Judas Priest’s 1980 classic, was the soundtrack to the lives of millions of angry white teenagers. Now that the Reagan years are over, Priest is celebrating the album’s 30th birthday in style, at...
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All Time Low At An All Time High

All Time Low’s raunchy humor, good looks, and infectious pop-punk hooks have solidified them as the current kings of the scene. Need more proof? They’re currently MTV’s “Artist of the Month” and can be seen goo...
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An Actor And His Guitar

Best known for his performance in John Cameron Mitchell’s movie, Shortbus, Jay Brannan’s music career started when his song “Soda Shop,” became the most downloaded off the soundtrack. He is now off the big scr...
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A Dear In The Headlights

Known for a complex blend of post-hardcore and progressive rock, Boston natives The Dear Hunter have just dropped Act III: Life And Death, the third installment in a six-album project about the life and death o...
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