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Rushing by on a slipstream of bowed bass and sometimes trembling, sometimes wailing vocal rounds, "Although You’re Gone" defines the "dark Americana" sound of Eli August and the Abandoned Buildings.

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The adventurous sound of Funeral Bonsai Wedding is something entirely new for songwriter Steve Dawson, long-known as leader of Chicago rock band Dolly Varden and accomplished solo artist. Suffused with free-swinging jazz and physically-intense romanticism, "As Soon As I Walk In" captures the expressive power of an open-ended musical approach.

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Thursday, 11 September 2014 09:15

Song of the Day: 'Everything' by Miles Tackett

The driving force behind veteran Los Angeles soul-jazz ensemble Breakestra, Miles Tackett emerges as a bonafide guitar-slinging, rock 'n' roll heavy hitter on the bluesy track "Everything."

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Wednesday, 10 September 2014 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Anna' by Ransom and the Subset

A breezy if slightly nerdy (in a charming way) burst of power pop, "Anna" by Ransom and the Subset captures the ennui of a heartbroken girl with her records and a boy and a band who probably don't stand a chance of winning her back -- though they're not about to stop trying.

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The gorgeous harmonies of "Good Luck Charm," the title track from the new album by the Mastersons, is just the most noticeable of many charms. With sparkling guitars, a pinpoint rhythm section and an undeniable hook on the chorus, Chris Masterson and Eleanor Whitmore have created an Americana classic.

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A heavy, trippy blast of rock past, present and future, "Mercury in Retrograde" builds on the promise of Brian Lopez's budding career, surging through noisy aggression before dissolving into an elegaic, piano-based melody.

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Friday, 05 September 2014 07:00

Song of the Day: 'New World' by Grammar

Grammar is the electronic (but not just electronic) project of Boston musician Barrie Lindsay, a student of music theory and composition who puts her compositional chops to stunning and irresistible use on the dreamy, poppy track "New World."

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Thursday, 04 September 2014 11:10

Song of the Day: 'Waning Moon' by Soft Pyramids

The shadowy and stirring new-wave meets post-rock sound of Boston band Soft Pyramids makes for a memorable introduction on the new track "Waning Moon."

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Through meticulously layered vocals, droning strings and cathedral reverb, Somerville, Massachusetts-based group Abbie Barrett and the Last Date creates a ghostly yet crystalline vision of lyrical peace and (dis)quiet on "Lake House Moon."

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Originally hailing from Seattle, Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden fuse dream-pop and pop-pop on the fulsome new track "Blue Hotel."

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