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Chicago Stone Lightning Band on Giant System TV

 

The latest edition on Giant System TV features the band Chicago Stone Lightning Band.

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11degreesisnojoke

 

Over the weekend Radius sent me a new video directed by Jackson Arcade.

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Free Energy Releases Video for “Bang Bop”



A little while back we told you about how you could be in a Free Energy video. Well, the boys released their video to “Bang Pop” today. Like always, it looks like the gang is having a lot of fun doing what they are doing and so are the people around them. Don’t be sore. We gave you your chance to be in it. We hope that you can enjoy it anyways! - The Deli Staff

 

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Time Travel with The Circadian Rhythms at JB’s May 16

Last night you dreamt you were traveling through time and space, in a place where sound is a tangible force. You were confronted by 1920’s swing piano, gutteral blues groans, the sounds of breaking fiddles, and muted trumpets. The chaotic din of it all carried you through to the other side, where people hit the streets in suede fedoras and leather suspenders with bells and chimes in their belt loops. This is the place where the members of The Circadian Rhythms record the hullabaloo inside them onto some rusty antique to create portals to their world. Intrigued? You damn well should be! Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $10, 21+ (Photo by Anna Troxell) - Katie Bennett

 

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QRO Presents Nerd Parade, EULA, Baby Made Rebel, Hello Ninja at P.A.’s Lounge on Monday 5/17

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Allston’s Hello Ninja and local gadabouts Baby Made Rebel kick-off the festivities at Boston-based QRO Magazine’s first ever showcase this Monday at P.A.’s Lounge. Baby Made Rebel started as a solo singer/songwriter project by Lance Riley, then blossomed into a full ensemble starring bassist Slow Train Carter (of Shoney Lamar & the Equal Rights) and drummer Neil Dean. The trio mixes it up with clean 70s rock songwriting with a rough-and-raw delivery. Hello Ninja cuts their rock with a smart dose of pop. Check them out doing an old classic properly: Burt Bacharach’s “Baby It’s You” at the Middle East HERE. New Haven’s EULA will join the local cast with tart, tight art/punk-isms while Atlanta’s Nerd Parade will serve up the southern-fried, psychedelic closer on the Boston stop of their US tour. Any show where you can get a north-to-south read on the state of indie music in America is an event not be missed. More show info HERE. The party starts at 8:30pm.

P.A.’s Lounge

345 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA. 21+/$7.

--Mike Gutierrez

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