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Ajani Jones "Dragonfly" Listening Party Tonight @ Chop Shop (7/15)

Ajani Jones is hosting a listening party for his debut full-length album Dragonfly tonight, July 15th, at Chop Shop.

The album, which is being released by Closed Sessions, is officially out tomorrow, July 16th, and first two singles, “Lucid” and “Pluto”, can be streamed below.

The album will feature contributions from Jack Red, Shao Doja, and Iris Temple.

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Gerund on Pallet Sessions

Pallet Sessions released a video this morning of their session with Gerund. This is noisy rock trio of Lee Ketch (bass, vocals), Connor Boyle (drums, vocals), and Calvin Fredrickson (guitar, vocals). The song they perform is called “Gently Down The Stream” and is a great sign of what is come from Gerund and this recording session.

You can catch Gerund at D.C. Torium opening for Lardo and The Rutabega on August 24th.

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Krust Toons: "Storm Area 51" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Storm Area 51" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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Peach Fuzz

Peach Fuzz have released their latest album Cats, Cars, and Guitars via the local label Bernice Records.

The album is raw, gritty, and addictive, blending DIY garage with classic and Glam rock sounds. The group even covers the classic Foreigner track “Hot Blooded”.

Photo by Amanda Olbrys

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Pet Fox previews new record with electric single "Swerving," plays ONCE 07.24

They say the best things come in small packages, that could not be more true for Pet Fox’s new single “Swerving.” The Boston-based trio packs a lot of surprises into the one minute and twenty-three-second song: a somewhat disjointed compilation of acoustic and electric guitar strains are held together by a solid drum rhythm as they rage beside warm vocal harmonies. The summery vibe of the single comes from the group’s tendency to permeate its indie rock with ‘60s pop overtones, but the edge comes from its math-rock understanding. “Swerving” is a preview of the group’s upcoming record Rare Occasion out everywhere July 19th. The band will be playing ONCE in Somerville on July 24th, and we are streaming “Swerving” to keep its sizzle going. - Rene Cobar

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