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The Solars Bring New EP to O'Brien's 06.25

With their new EP Retitled Remastered, Boston psych/folk rockers The Solars assert themselves as masters of their craft.  Overflowing with memorable lyrics, impressive vocal harmonies, and tight, folksy grooves, the record flows seamlessly, evading strict categorization.  Their new single "Goddess of the Suburbs" is an ode to the discomfort and paranoia of being stuck in your skin when you wish you could be anywhere else.  Check it out below and catch The Solars live at O'Brien's on 6/25 with Littleboybigheadonbike and Mitch Van Bree. -Brian Varneke


Early Humans unveil new single "Verge" + play The End on 06.21

The chorus is the most memorable part of Nashville-based garage rock quartet Early Humans’ new single “Verge” (streaming below.) Instead of getting boring, the repetition of the phrase “I’m on the verge” is actually electrifying—Hart Williams' vocals increase in power with every line, layering perfectly over the thrashing guitars to create an infectious rhythm (think early Weezer.) A fairly new band who has already seen their fair share of recognition, Early Humans describe the feeling of being “almost there, but not yet.” They will be bringing this energy to The End on June 21st at 8 pm. - Lilly Milman


Indie-Pop Newcomers Dang Clets Release Self-Titled EP

 Formed by three Californians transplanted in Boston, Dang Clets is new to the New England scene, but is wasting no time making a name for themselves. Their self-titled debut EP is instantly catchy and charming, with smooth, synth-laden jangle pop guaranteed to keep you relaxed and engaged from start to finish. Expect to see their name often in the next few years as they are definitely a band to watch. Check out their single "Lines" below and let us know what you think! -Brian Varneke


New Vita and the Woolf LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Vita and the Woolf recently dropped their much-anticipated album, Tunnels, via Believe Digital. Draped in dramatic synths and pulse-elevating percussion, Jennifer Pague’s elegant, soulfully powerful voice continuously reaches new heights. While all those components further entrench themselves, an underlying danceability emerges through the shadowy soundscapes. You can find Vita and the Woolf showing off their versatility on Saturday, August 19 at the 56th annual Philadelphia Folk Festival.

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Fri, 08/11/2017 (All day)
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Grim Streaker
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Brooklyn Bazaar

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