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“Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” celebrates seventh birthday at Great Scott 1.27

Best known for fab drag performances, rowdy demeanor, and ripping DJs, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, Boston’s monthly “Queer party for everyone”, is turning seven years old, marking itself as Boston’s longest running queer party with over eighty-five parties to date. This month’s D.A.D.T is billed at Allston’s Great Scott, and boasts performances by several guest DJs, including Ickarus and Hannah Lou, as well as a “star studded drag show”. For those looking for an exciting night this weekend, think of the official slogan of D.A.D.T- All are welcome who welcome all. Check out the event page here, and some mixes from D.A.D.T resident DJ and host Colby Drasher below. -Charley Ruddell





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Gender Work
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
facebook.com/genderwork
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Kung Fu Necktie
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Nation of Language brings the dark synthpop of the '80s to Elsewhere, 02.06

Nation of Language’s vision of the New Wave aesthetic feels seamlessly natural, a continuation of 1980's synthpop instead of just an experiment in nostalgia. The band has an advantage of hindsight that their musical inspirations did not, a position that allows Nation of Language to freely experiment in the nuanced area between New Wave and post-punk. Yet, the real delight that sets apart this group are Ian Devaney’s vocals. Devaney’s wistful crooning comes with a romantic dark side that cannot be ignored. Check out Nation of Language at Elsewhere (Zone One), 02.06. --Amanda Ogea

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Radiant Devices "unheeded"

Radiant Devices is the work of Mojdeh, Fyodor Sakhnovski, and Thomas Wells. Their new EP, unheeded, will be released on February 18th. Below is the first single, “Dirty”, from the EP and it displays the trio’s eclectic mix of rock, electronic, and industrial sounds.

The record release event for Unheeded will take place on March 9th at Constellation Chicago. You can also catch Radiant Devices at Heartland Cafe on Feb. 17th with Aftersound and Damn Witch Siren.

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Producer Elbows plays Baby's All Right on 01.31 to release Sycamore EP

Brooklyn-based electronic producer Max Schieble, also known as Elbows, blends a handful of genres into his work, creating his signature, rich hip hop and jazz-infused backing tracks. He'll release more of that sound on his upcoming Sycamore EP, his sophomore record, which he compiled from recording sessions in both New York and San Francisco. The songs on Sycamore chronicle Schieble's Bay Area roots, shifting genres with the moods of the songs, going from old-school hip-hop to smooth synth-heavy jazz to lounge music. The EP drops on January 26th, but Schieble will mark the release with a show at Baby's All Right on January 31st; Space Captain and Zenizen will open. 

Schieble has released the most recent single from Sycamore, a harmony-laden chill track of wistful nostalgia called "Windowpane". Stream it below. - Will Sisskind

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