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Folk/Country





Indie Folk

Time: 
21:30
Band name: 
Cut Worms
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/TheCutWorms/
Venue name: 
Mercury Lounge
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Ricky Lewis lands June residency at Pianos, next dates are 06.21 & 06.28

Folk rock up and comer Ricky Lewis has announced he will be taking up residency at Pianos throughout the month of June. The former Dear Lions singer kicked off his residency one Thursday June 7 and will continue his slew of performances for the remaining Thursdays in June, the full schedule can be found here.

Lewis also confirmed with The Deli that he is preparing to release his debut full length record later this summer, with his first single “Gauntlet In The Sun” gaining steady traction on Stereogum and Paste. The album was produced by Rod Sherwood (Au Revoir Simone) and mixed by Alex Lipsen (Phosphorescent, Kurt Vile). If “Gauntlet” is any indication of things to come, the album is sure to be an intense roots record for the summer. - Mackenzie Cummings-Grady





Indie Folk

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Quicksilver Daydream
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/quicksilverdaydream/
Venue name: 
Alphaville
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Roanoke plays 'Where I Roam' record release show at the Basement 6/23

 Roanoke is a delightful folk collective with a luscious new music video out called "Silent Films." The video incorporates double-exposed clips of the band and nostalgic scenes of highways and countrysides. "Imagine what we'd see in our own silent films" is sung in exquisite two-part harmony by Taylor Dupuis and Joey Beesley, two voices blending like lovers falling into each others' arms. Simply mesmerizing. Catch the group's release show for their new record Where I Roam next week at the Basement, 6/23. -Geena Kloeppel

 

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The Stray Birds "Nothing To Say About It Now" turns resignation into catharsis

 "Love has nothing to say about it now" sing Maya de Vitry and Oliver Craven in unison, until de Vitry's voice vanishes into the distance with a repeated "nothing to say about it now..." The new Stray Birds' (de Vitry, Craven and Charlie Muench) single "Nothing To Say About It Now" creeps up from behind and pulls at your heartstrings unexpectedly. Somewhere between a crystal clear electric guitar that repeats the main vocal melody and a subtle acoustic guitar that drifts into the ether, this song completely stole my breath away. I'm surely not the only one eager to hear the band's new album Let It Pass, out 9/7. -Geena Kloeppel

 

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