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Tory Silver Brings Blues Rock to Allston 09.19

Observere, the debut album from Boston's Tory Silver, is one of those records that hits you right on the first downbeat and never lets you go. It's dirty and dance-able with a genuine vibe of self-expression. This is a record that needs to be listened to in its entirety, from the tasty licks of "There's No Need", to the smooth Latin grooves of "I've Been Stressing", to the stripped down folk of "I Feel Like". You can catch Tory at Christian A Herter Park in Allston on 9/19. -Brian Varneke

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Weakened Friends Drop New Single "Hate Mail" Featuring J Mascis

Noise-y pop punkers, Weakened Friends, have been busy making waves. When they're not warming up the stage for heavy hitters like CHVRCHES and Silversun Pickups, they're becoming a force all their own. For evidence, look no further than their new single "Hate Mail", a driving, aggressively infectious breakup/fuck you song featuring the legendary J Mascis (Dinosaur Jr) on guitar. The band is currently on the road, bringing a headlining tour to a Northeast town near you. Click here for dates and check out the track below. -Brian Varneke

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Today Junior Releases Video for Fan Favorite "Lee's Anthem

Boston trio Today Junior has been quickly gaining steam, combining fresh, upbeat melodies with a classic, throwback vibe, creating memorable and lasting tunes for their fans. Don't believe me? Check out their latest video for popular song "Lee's Anthem", a fuzzy, energetic offering from their EP "Leaving Easy." Catch their vibrant indie-rock at Smith College on 9/28 or O'Brien's on 10/14 with Colbis the Creature. -Brian Varneke

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Healing Cow fuse indie/garage/lo-fi sounds on debut EP, set to perform at O'Brien's 09.18

Boston rockers Healing Cow boast a catalog of different musical styles in their debut, ANGELA, meshing lo-fi garage with smoother indie vibes. The opener, “High School Luv Song,” is a fun garage rock number, but sounds completely different from the following tracks “Washed” and “The Gilded Cunt”, which feature a more sedated approach in part reminiscent of '90s lo-fi bands like Ween, but definitely less humorous. Reverbered guitars, calm percussion, and softer female vocals actually create a borderline loungy atmosphere. An interlude transitions the EP back to the initial frantic feel with “Carpetsoft”, ultimately finishing off with “Angelina Jolie”, a funny and quick garage pop-punk track wrapping up the record. The band will be coming back from a string of summer shows with a performance at O’Brien’s Pub in Boston this September 18th, check out the band’s work below! – Pearse Devlin

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See Stove before "Indefinite Hiatus" at Babys (09.06) and Alphaville (09.24)

In a recent Facebook post, NYC-based garage favorites Stove - the solo project of Ovlov's frontman Steve Hartlett - announced they would be beginning an "indefinite hiatus." Given Stove's sparse live schedule this announcement shouldn't come as a surprise, but still, we are sad to see them go. "Is Stupider," their 2015 full-length, was thoroughly enjoyed (and covered). We privately celebrated loud, funny, pissed-off tracks with imaginative titles like "Stupid," "Stupider," and "Stupidest" - heck, even Rolling Stones reviewed that record! Stove has been a fun and sonically rewarding project, but maybe instability is also something that deserves to be celebrated, it's part of nature's cycle: we are looking forward to Harlett's next project. The last two Stove shows will be at Baby's All Right on September 6th, and at Alphaville on September 24th. -Allie Miller 

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