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[The Almanac Radio Show!] Episode 1 Stream & Rundown: October 2023

Posted on October 5, 2023 at 5:20 pm | No Comments

Wednesday, October 4th brought the debut episode of a new streaming radio show I’m hosting over at Uncertain.FM called, surprisingly enough, “The Almanac“. On the first Wednesday of every month at 8pm EST (and repeating the next day at 4pm EST) I’ll spin a 2-hour set of mostly new songs, many from bands I’ve recently seen or will be catching soon, with the occasional older fave or selected spotlight. Once the Thursday repeat airs I’ll share the track list here, with brief track details and upcoming shows that I mentioned during the episode. If you missed this one, check out the next new episode on Wednesday night, November 1st.

So here it is, a rundown and embedded stream of episode 1 of The Almanac

The AlmanacEpisode 1

on Uncertain.FM
Wednesday, October 4th, 2023
from 8 – 10pm Eastern time

1. Madelines – “Bradley’s Almanac

From a 1994 self-titled cassette, kinda had to kick off the first show with this one. More info on the band and this song right here.

2. Starflyer 59 – “Young In My Head

The title track from Jason Martin’s excellent and criminally underheard 2019 record. “Now I’m just young in my head, Where do I go to feel like I’m there again?”. Apparently my answer to this question is ‘lots of rock shows’.

3. Hey I’m Outside – “Racecar

New Bandcamp single from Hey I’m Outside, the latest project from former I Wish I Could Skateboard members Patrick & Hannah. I adored their old band, so was very happy when they started playing out. I’ve seen them a couple times as a duo, and they’ve recently recruited a live drummer, so I’m looking forward to seeing the trio at Idle Hands in Malden, MA on November 10th with Talking Kind & Ezra Cohen.

4. Drop Nineteens – “Scapa Flow

Their first new song in 30 years, from an LP titled “Hard Light” that’s out on November 3rd on Wharf Cat. They had to delay a string of reunion tourdates from this month until next April, but I am a patient boy.

5. Squirrel Flower – “Full Time Job

From the out-next-week “Tomorrow’s Fire” LP. Ella Williams & company will play Boston on October 24th at Brighton Music Hall with Truth Club and Merce Lemon.

6. DIIV – “When You Sleep (My Bloody Valentine cover)

DIIV covered this MBV song back in 2017 during a stripped-down set and released it last year on the “Live at The Murmrr Theatre” LP. Zachary Cole Smith & his band recently started a tour with Depeche Mode, and they’ll hit a cozy little venue called the TD Garden in Boston on Halloween night.

7. The Garment District – “The Island of Stability

From the “Flowers Telegraphed to All Parts of the World” LP, which was recently released on Happy Happy Birthday to Me Records. Jennifer Baron (from The Ladybug Transistor, Saturnine, & more) is behind this new-ish project, and she brought along some friends & family to contribute to the debut record. Speaking of Ladybug, they’ve got some rare tourdates coming up in November, including shows in New York, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Kalamazoo, & Chicago, and I’m trying to figure out how the hell I can get myself to one of those.

8. Evelyn Pope – “Surround Yourself In Sound

An new Bandcamp single from the former half of electronic/pop duo Ashby and current member of Boston-area band Rosecomb.

9. Land of Talk – “Your Beautiful Self

The first shared song from Elizabeth Powell’s next LP, “Performances” which arrives next week on Saddle Creek.

10. Justine and the Unclean – “Fourth Love

A song from “The Signal Light”, what is now sadly the last album from Justine Covault’s band, as she tragically passed away in June, far too young. Obviously a devastating loss for her friends & family, but also a tremendous one for the Boston-area music community, where she was a singular force, putting on shows and putting out records on her Red on Red record label. To mark the loss and celebrate her life, there’s a tribute night happening tomorrow, Friday, October 6th, at the Crystal Ballroom in Somerville.

11. John P. Strohm – “Ready For Nothing

The lead off track from the former Blake Babies/Antenna/Lemonheads member’s first new record in 15 years, “Something To Look Forward To”, which was just released on Propeller Sound Recordings.

12. Kristin Hersh – “Thank You, Corner Blight

From the Throwing Muses/50 Foot Wave frontwoman’s new solo record, “Clear Pond Road”. I’m a proud Strange Angel, which is the name for a collective of fans who pitch in to help her create and record her new music, so if you’re into something like that, go right here.

13. Belly – “Sweet Ride

My favorite Belly song? Sometimes! Originally from their 1992 “Gepetto” EP, it was most recently included on their “Bees” rarities collection. The band has returned to live action this week and is playing some east coast shows, including last night and tonight, October 4th & 5th, here in Boston at the Paradise. In a couple weeks they’ll hit the west coast for a few dates with the Breeders (and I sooo wish I could make it out to one of those :-/).

14. Hallelujah the Hills – “Samantha, You’re the Only Mistake I Know How to Make (early rough mix)

An early rough mix for their Patreon subscribers, to be eventually be heard in its final form on their insane, in-progress 4-album project titled DECKS. A 13-track album for each suit, 52 songs in all, this one will eventually be found on the Diamonds LP.

15. Lost Film – “Stay

From the Easthampton band’s new record “Keep It Together”. Lost Film’s set at the Rockwell in Somerville back in August was one of my personal highlights of last summer’s Nice, A Fest.

16. Film School – “Baby

Off the LA band’s recently-released full length, “Field”, on Felte Records.

17. Speedy Ortiz – “Ranch vs. Ranch

From their new “Rabbit Rabbit” LP. They recently played the Armory in Somerville, MA near the beginning of a simply massive North American tour, which winds up in Detroit around Thanksgiving.

18. Palehound – “Clutch

Off their latest record, “Eye On The Bat”. As a longtime Palehound fan I was psyched to see them score an opening slot for a couple of recent Boygenius dates, but I was definitely not psyched to get shut out on first-round tickets. Resale prices were nuts so I skipped it, but thankfully they announced a headlining show at the Sinclair in Cambridge on Wednesday, October 18th, and I am very, very there.

19. The Reds, Pinks & Purples – “Build Love

The title track off a brand new RP&Ps Bandcamp EP. I love that Glenn Donaldson shares random surprise tracks and cool covers over there. But I do not love that his band has yet to play the Boston area. :-/

20. Will Johnson – “The Conductor Calls

A track from the Centro-matic frontman’s ace new solo LP, “No Ordinary Crown”. Will has been touring as part of Jason Isbell’s band for awhile now (and was on TV earlier this week!), which means no solo tours in support of the new record, but I’m hopeful that’ll happen down the road.

21. Sparklehorse – “Chaos of the Universe

From the recently released posthumous record. It’s been over 13 years since Mark Linkous left us, and his close family & friends spent some of that time digging through all his nearly-finished songs so they could gift us with the “Bird Machine” LP, which arrived last month.

22. Free Range – “Want To Know

I skipped the pre-show research and went in cold for Free Range’s opening slot with Ratboys last week, and was very pleasantly surprised. Enough to stop by the merch table and grab their debut LP, “Practice”, which starts off with this song that closed out their live set.

23. Pilot to Gunner – “Ship Jumpers

My favorite song from PtG’s latest LP on Arctic Rodeo, “Hail Hallucinator”. The NYC quartet was supposed to play Friday night at the Middle East with Garrison, Orange Island, Sinaloa, and Not Bad Not Well, but had to bail, unfortunately. The rest of the bands are still playing, including headliner…

24. Garrison Stand Up, State Your Name

A new/old track, this was originally released on a split 7-inch with Orange Island back in 2003, and has been remastered for a new edition that officially comes out tomorrow (Friday, 10/6), when both bands are playing the Middle East together. If you ordered it direct, like I did, then it should already be in your hands and on your turntable.

25. Stars Like Ours – “What’s Going Wrong

The lead-off track from their “Better Every Day” EP, which arrives this Friday courtesy of area label Rum Bar Records.

26. Superchunk – “February Punk

Another old-slash-new song that was a b-side to a limited edition 7-inch back in 2010, and can now be more easily found on their upcoming Misfits & Mistakes compilation that gathers together singles, b-sides, and other rare tracks. It’s out on October 27th courtesy of Merge, of course.

27. Tsunami – “Old City

What better after an old/new Superchunk song than an old/new Tsunami track? This one’s a 1997 b-side that was just digitally reissued by the Numero Group, hopefully the first of many that will, fingers crossed, lead up to a massive Tsunami box set.

28. Lightheaded – “Love Is Overrated

The closing track from this New Jersey combo’s “Good Good Great!” EP, which comes out on October 13th from the esteemed Slumberland Record label.

29. Connie Lovatt – “Heart

A song from her first-ever solo record, “Coconut Mirror”, which was just released on the Enchanté record label, which is run by the crew behind the wonderful long-running magazine Chickfactor magazine. Connie played in the Pacific Ocean, and was one half of duo Containe with Fontaine Toups from Versus, she’s got a ridiculous list of guest collaborators on the LP: James McNew from Yo La Tengo, Jim White form the Dirty Three, Bill Callahan (who Containe used to play with in Smog), James Baluyut from Versus & Plus Minus, the list goes on. Head over to Enchanté on Bandcamp to grab it.

30. Milly – “Grab The Wheel

A brand new single from LA band Milly, who are currently on tour and will play O’Brien’s in Allston, MA on Sunday, October 22nd with Rocket & Crescent Ridge. Cannot wait to see them play that room.

Upcoming October Boston-area shows mentioned in this episode…

Wednesday & Thursday
October 4th & 5th
Belly & The Parkington Sisters
@ the Paradise

Friday, October 6th
“A Night for Justine: Tribute Concert For Justine Covault”
@ the Crystal Ballroom

Friday, October 6th
Garrison / Orange Island / Sinaloa / Not Bad Not Well
@ the Middle East Downstairs

Wednesday, October 18th
Palehound & Empath
@ the Sinclair

Sunday, October 22nd
Milly / Rocket / Crescent Ridge
@ O’Brien’s

Tuesday, October 24th
Squirrel Flower / Truth Club / Knifeplay
@ Brighton Music Hall

Tuesday, October 31st
Depeche Mode & DIIV
@ the Garden

So there you go, episode one is officially in the books. As I said, if you missed the first airing or the replay, tune in next new episode on Wednesday night, November 1st, at 8pm EST over at

[30 Years Ago Today] 4AD’s 13 Year Itch Festival

Posted on July 19, 2023 at 2:48 pm | No Comments

A quick post to mark a noteworthy anniversary…

4AD - The 13 Year Itch

Thirty years ago today I was in England for the first time ever, and for a very, very special reason: A week-long celebration of the venerable 4AD record label called “The 13 Year Itch” at the ICA London. Monday, July 19th through Saturday, July 24th, 1993. Six nights of music, two scheduled bands each night, with unannounced ‘special guests’ each evening. Plus unique video presentations and a gallery of the unmistakable artwork of Vaughan Oliver (RIP), Chris Bigg, and their collaborators at v23. The announced lineup? Undeniable. Kristin Hersh, Pale Saints, Unrest, His Name Is Alive, Bettie Serveert, Underground Lovers, Red House Painters, Insides, The Breeders, The Wolfgang Press, Brendan Perry of Dead Can Dance, and Heidi Berry. Some of the surprise bands? Throwing Muses, Lush, Ether (more on them below), and bonus second sets from the Breeders & Unrest. Unreal.

This trip started my unending love-affair with label-centric festivals. As much as I say I’m not a ‘festival kinda guy’, if a label I love is throwing one, I’m probably there. Merge, Teen-Beat, Matador, Touch & Go, Slumberland, Numero (earlier this year), Dromedary (later this year), I’ve been to a lot of ’em, and they’ve been some of the musical/travel highlights of my life.

Interview clips & live footage from the UK version of MTV’s 120 minutes

Some random personal (and mostly fuzzy) recollections from that week to accompany some photos I snapped below…

  • Whew, those surprise guests. I was a massive Throwing Muses fan who was already excited enough to see Kristin Hersh solo, and certainly didn’t expect the whole band to play that week. And having the Breeders walk on stage a day after their scheduled slot for a bonus set? Hearing songs from the not-yet-released “Last Splash”? Thrilling. And Lush?! Premiering songs that would eventually appear on their 1994’s “Split” LP (and even one from 1996’s “Lovelife”). Amazing. And then there’s Ether… a supergroup if ever there was one. When they took their places in front of us, I couldn’t believe my eyes and then my ears: The band included the much-missed Caroline Crawley of Shelleyan Orphan along with guitarist Pearl Thompson and drummer Boris Williams of the Cure. Having two members of your favorite band suddenly appear in front of you is a shocking, unforgettable thing. And that meant that I’d get to see two of my top five fave drummers play that week (guess the other). Ridiculous.

  • I was very glad to randomly meet Andrea Feldman & Susan Curran early in the week, who had also traveled from New England, Providence to be exact. Fellow music (and 4AD) nuts who were starting up a great ‘zine called Warped Reality, they made my first-ever overseas solo trip that much more comfortable, and it hit hard when Susan passed away a decade ago (can’t believe it’s been that long). I also got to hang with Brant Nelson, who would found Dewdrops Records that year, and would eventually put out music from the first band I was ever in.

  • Another chance encounter and bit-of-bonding I treasure is with Red House Painters guitarist Gordon Mack. We got talking shortly after I arrived when I recognized him in the crowd and hit it off… he was incredibly kind, open, and affable, and we spent a bunch of time together that week. I was in awe of his band, but he was so genuine that he instantly squashed any of my potential fanboy behavior. When he’d had enough of the crowd at one point, he said “Let’s get outta here and hit a pub.” We lost touch, and I was bummed when he eventually left the band… they never sounded better than when he was creating his soundscapes inside of their songs.

  • There’s a mystery photo below, and maybe someone reading this can help with my faulty memory. One of the pictures is of Ian Masters, who was at the festival but who, as I was recently reminded, had left the Pale Saints by that point. Was his new band Spoonfed Hybrid one of the surprise guests? Did he jump on stage with His Name Is Alive? I don’t remember! Do you? Let me know. Update! HNIA drummer Trey was kind enough to confirm that Ian did, in fact, play bass with them during their set. Which I was surely very excited about at the time, but the knowledge disappeared with the passing years. Mystery solved!

  • You can find some of the setlists from that week at, and listen to a few live recordings on youtube.

    Here’s my set of point-and-shoot photos from the week. Wish I’d taken more, but the pre-digital-camera era and varied crowd spots kept it limited (though I certainly think I got enough shots of Kim Deal :-))…

    Kim Deal of the Breeders during their surprise set

    Kelley Deal of the Breeders

    Kim again

    The Breeders’ Josephine Wiggs

    more Kim

    Kelley Deal wearing my favorite Unrest t-shirt

    Look, it’s Kim again

    Kim Deal, back when you could smoke on stage

    Josephine Wiggs of the Breeders

    another Kim Deal shot

    … and a last one for good measure

    Caroline Crawley of Ether

    Ether’s Pearl Thompson

    Ether’s Caroline Crawley

    Karin Oliver of His Name Is Alive

    Guest Jason Farrell helps introduce Red House Painters

    Former Pale Saint Ian Masters on stage with His Name Is Alive

    Kristin Hersh of Throwing Muses

    Throwing Muses’ Kristin Hersh & David Narcizo

    Gordon Mack of Red House Painters

    Mark Kozelek of Red House Painters

    Red House Painters’ Gordon Mack

    Mark Robinson of Unrest

    Bridget Cross of Unrest

    Unrest’s Mark Robinson

    Unrest’s Mark Robinson

    Unrest’s Mark Robinson & Bridget Cross

    Mark Robinson sporting a spiffy Tsunami t-shirt

    Michael Allen of The Wolfgang Press

    Bless you, Ivo-Watts Russell, and everyone involved in putting that week together, for giving this Vermont kid a reason to take his first-ever cross-Atlantic flight. And memories I’ll never forget. Mostly.

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    Tuesday, May 28th
    Shannon & the Clams
    @ the Sinclair

    Tuesday, May 28th
    Lady Pills
    @ O'Brien's

    Tuesday, May 28th
    Brookline Booksmith presents...
    Kathleen Hanna
    "Rebel Girl" book tour
    @ the Wilbur

    Wednesday, May. 29th
    The Antlers &
    Okkervil River
    (solo & together tour)
    @ the Crystal Ballroom

    Wednesday, May 29th
    The Alarm
    Jay Aston's Gene Love Jezebel
    Belouis Some
    @ Brighton Music Hall

    Wednesday, May 29th
    @ MGM Music Hall

    Thursday, May 30th
    Camera Obscura
    @ the Paradise

    Thursday, May 30th
    Nation Of Language
    @ the Royale

    Wednesday, May 31st
    Holiday Music (EP release!)
    Jo Celine
    Pearl Sugar
    @ Pavement, Brighton

    Sunday, June 2nd
    Laura Gibson
    @ a Boston living room

    Tuesday, June 4th
    The Flying Luttenbachers
    @ the Sinclair

    Tuesday, June 4th
    Joe Jackson
    @ the Wilbur

    Wednesday, June 5th
    Andy Summers (The Police)
    @ Cary Hall, Lexington

    Thursday, June 6th
    Jason Narducy & Alison Chesley
    duo/reunion show
    @ Q Division Studios, Cambridge

    Thursday, June 6th
    Reverend Horton Heat
    @ the Crystal Ballroom

    Friday, June 7th
    Swansea Sound
    @ O'Brien's

    Saturday, June 8th
    (a band called) E
    Medical Maps
    @ the Midway

    Saturday, June 8th
    Joe Pera
    @ the Wilbur

    Saturday, June 8th
    John Cleese
    Q&A, plus a screening of
    "Monty Python & the Holy Grail"
    @ the Chevalier Theatre, Medford

    Monday, June 10th
    Dan Boeckner (Wolf Parade) @ Brighton Music Hall

    Monday, June 10th
    Yasmin Nur
    @ the Rockwell

    Monday, June 10th
    @ MGM Music Hall

    Tuesday, June 11th
    @ the Crystal Ballroom

    Wednesday, June 12th
    The Trans-Canada Highwaymen
    (mems. of Sloan, Odds, BNL,
    & The Pursuit of Happiness)
    @ City Winery Boston

    Thursday, June 13th
    Jon Langford & the Bright Shiners
    @ the Cut, Gloucester

    Thursday, June 13th
    Quasi playing 'Featuring "Birds"'
    Jeffrey Lewis
    @ Crystal Ballroom

    Thursday, June 13th
    Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties
    Future Teens
    Maura Weaver
    @ Brighton Music Hall

    Thursday, June 13th
    Comedy Bang! Bang!
    with Scott Aukerman & Paul F Tompkins
    @ The Wilbur

    Friday, June 14th
    The Gentlemen
    (featuring Mike Gent of the Figgs)
    first show in a decade!
    @ the Burren Back Room

    Friday, June 14th
    Silver Screams
    Wire Lines
    Fear is the Mindkiller
    @ Koto in Salem

    Friday, June 14th
    Dylan Earl
    Tiger Saw
    Audrey & Karina
    & one more artist tba
    @ the Loft, Somerville

    Saturday, June 15th The Umbrellas
    @ 4th Wall
    @ the Capital Theatre, Arlington

    Sunday, June 16th
    Modest Mouse
    Cat Power
    @ Xfinity Center

    Monday, June 17th
    White Reaper
    Spiritual Cramp
    @ Brighton Music Hall

    Wednesday, June 19th
    Future Islands
    @ Roadrunner

    Thursday, June 20th
    Roger Daltrey
    KT Tunstall
    @ the Pavilion

    Friday, June 21st
    The Church
    The Afghan Whigs
    Ed Harcourt
    @ the Royale

    Friday, June 21st
    @ Deep Cuts

    Saturday, June 22nd
    Ted Leo & the Pharmacists
    playing "Shake The Sheets"
    with guests
    Ekko Astral
    @ the Paradise

    Saturday, June 22nd
    Guided By Voices
    The Moles
    @ the Royale

    Sunday, June 23rd
    Silversun Pickups
    @ House of Blues

    Tuesday, June 25th
    Jon Anderson (of Yes)
    playing “Yes Epics, Classics, and More”
    @ the Shubert Theatre

    Tuesday, June 25th
    Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit
    Courtney Marie Andrews
    @ Roadrunner

    Wednesday, June 26th
    Blue Oyster Cult
    @ the Lynn Auditorium

    Friday, June 28th
    Dry Cleaning
    @ the Paradise

    Friday, June 28th
    A Day To Remember
    The Story So Far
    Four Year Strong
    Pain of Truth
    @ Suffolk Downs

    Friday, June 28th
    @ Rockwood Music Hall

    Friday, June 28th
    Janet Jackson
    @ TD Garden

    Saturday, June 29th
    Buffalo Tom
    @ Boarding House Park, Lowell

    Sunday, June 30th
    Les Savy Fav
    @ Somerville Armory

    Sunday, June 30th
    Pedro the Lion
    Squirrel Flower (solo)
    @ Crystal Ballroom

    Wednesday, July 3rd
    @ Crystal Ballroom

    Friday, July 5th
    Mark Sandman Memorial Concert:
    Gone 25 Years But Not Forgotten
    featuring Dana Colley, Jerome Deupree,
    Mike Rivard, Laurie Sargent, Russ Gershon,
    Christian McNeill, Tom Halter, Evan Harriman,
    Jimmy Ryan, Sabine Hrechdakian, & more
    @ the Cut in Gloucester

    Tuesday, July 9th
    Alanis Morissette
    Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
    Morgan Wade
    @ the Xfinity Center

    Thursday, July 11th
    Bad Cop/Bad Cop
    @ Deep Cuts

    Thursday, July 11th
    Mates of State
    @ the Sinclair

    Saturday, July 13th
    Truth Club
    @ Deep Cuts

    Sunday, July 14th
    Daryl Hall & Elvis Costello
    @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway

    Tuesday, July 16th
    Los Campesinos!
    @ the Paradise

    Wednesday, July 17th
    @ the Crystal Ballroom

    Wednesday, July 17th
    The Folk Implosion
    @ the Rockwell

    Wednesday, July 17th
    The "Summer Sounds" Series
    With Lost Film &
    Hey I'm Outside
    @ Bellforge Arts Center

    Wednesday, July 17th
    Totally Tubular Festival Tour
    with Thomas Dolby,
    Tom Bailey (Thompson Twins),
    Modern English, The Romantics,
    Men Without Hats, & more
    @ MGM Music Hall

    Friday, July 19th
    @ MGM Music Hall

    Saturday, July 20th
    @ Deep Cuts

    Saturday, July 20th
    Have Heart
    Eye For An Eye
    Wound Man
    @ Roadrunner

    Saturday, July 20th
    Lana Del Rey
    @ Fenway Park

    Sunday, July 21st
    Foo Fighters
    The Hives
    Amyl and the Sniffers
    @ Fenway Park

    Thursday, July 25th
    Jah Wobble (PIL)
    "Metal Box: Rebuilt in Dub"
    @ City Winery

    July 25th-28th
    NICE, a fest
    many, many bands
    @ Davis Square in Somerville

    Saturday, July 27th
    Red Kross
    Dale Crover
    @ Brighton Music Hall

    Saturday, July 27th
    @ the Royale

    Monday, July 29th
    Unwed Sailor
    @ Deep Cuts

    Thursday, August 1st
    The Mountain Goats
    Field Medic
    @ the House of Blues

    Friday, August 2nd
    John Waite
    @ Xfinity Center

    Saturday, August 3rd
    Cheap Trick
    @ MGM Music Hall

    Monday, August 5th
    Horse Jumper of Love
    Full Body 2
    @ the Royale

    Monday, August 5th
    Def Leppard
    @ Fenway Park

    Wednesday, August 7th
    Green Day
    Smashing Pumpkins
    The Linda Lindas
    @ Fenway Park

    Saturday, August 10th
    The Chameleons
    play "Strange Times" in full
    @ the Sinclair

    Saturday, August 10th
    Missy Elliott
    Busta Rhymes
    @ the Garden

    Sunday, August 11th
    Wild Nothing
    Peel Dream Magazine
    @ the Sinclair

    Sunday, August 11th
    Iron & Wine
    @ Roadrunner

    Monday, August 12th
    The Doobie Brothers
    Steve Winwood
    @ Xfinity Center

    Tuesday, August 13th
    Gin Blossoms
    Toad the Wet Sprocket
    @ the Chevalier Theatre

    Thursday, August 15th
    Andrew Bird
    Amadou & Mariam
    @ Tree House Brewing in Deerfield

    Saturday, August 17th
    Kid Congo & the Pink Monkeybirds
    Lupo Citta
    Red Herrings
    @ Deep Cuts

    Saturday, August 17th
    Daniel Romano's Outfit
    @ Sonia

    Monday, August 19th
    King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard
    @ Suffolk Downs

    Friday, August 23rd
    Childish Gambino
    @ the Garden

    Friday, August 23rd
    Eric Bachmann
    Jennifer O'Connor
    @ Club Passim

    Sunday, August 25th
    Dweezil Zappa
    The "Rox(Postroh)y" Tour
    Celebrating the music of papa Frank
    @ the Chevalier Theatre

    Sunday, August 25th
    Cracker @ the Cut