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Vesper

Vesper is electro-pop of Professor Fox and Samantha Humphreys. Over the summer the released their debut EP Teeth. Below is the title track from that EP and their new video for the standout single “Ghosts”.

Don't miss Vesper at House of Blues on January 4th.

 

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Skyd "Cheat Codes"

Skyd is the duo of Derek Boyle and Skyler Nicole. Earlier in the Fall they released they debut album All You Get. Below is the video for their single “Cheat Codes”.

You can catch Skyd at BaseCamp Pub & Eatery in Lisle on December 29th.

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Birthing Hips get meta and weird in “Internet” music video

Noise-punk quartet Birthing Hips bamboozled the Boston underground music scene in October by announcing a tape release show that would act as their final live performance. Birthing Hips gained notoriety in the DIY music circuit for their chaotic live performances and quirky charm, winning over fans of hardcore, indie rock, noise-punk, and avant-garde. Last week, the band released an obscurely jarring music video for the song “Internet”, off of their newest album Urge to Merge, released digitally on November 17th. Check out the video below. -Charley Ruddell

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Warm Body release new track "Cold Summer" + plays Sunnyvale on 12/21

Releasing music under the moniker Warm Body, psychedelic rocker Ryan Foster creates a lyrics heavy long-form pop that says true to the beat.  Recent single release “Cold Summer” is a plodding, mid-tempo track where layers of twangy, bended electric guitars move the progression forward, while the story of existential worry regarding interpersonal relationships unfolds.  “Do be kind my love - I'm just fine with silence - and aren't we all just dreaming anyway? Waiting for a better situation.”  Multi-layered vocal harmonies create a swirling, trippy sensation, while still managing to evoke pop classics like The Turtles “Happy Together,” or the more arranged tracks by Elliott Smith.  Clocking in at a full five minutes, the track ultimately develops beyond simpler pop song boundaries, moving deeper into a psych-jam realm.  Warm Body plays Sunnyvale on 12/21. - Dave Cromwell

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Low Mein Brings the Beach to Alphaville on 12.12

Low Mein was birthed in an NYC coffee shop by musicians Eric Jaso and Shaun Wong. The duo offers the kind of upbeat slacker rock that gets blood pumping and immediately brings the jangly, beachy influence of bands like Girls to mind. Their latest single “Beach Party,” is a luminous, youthful anthem about the rapture of enjoying simple things. Fuzzy guitars, melodic bass, and rapid shaker rhythms sync to create a sonic and aesthetic world all its own. Don’t miss their set tomorrow at Alphaville and check out the single below. - Andrew Strader

 

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