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New Young Pilgrims Album Available for Streaming & Download

The trio of Young Pilgrims recently shared its sophomore record Anhedonia. The album spills over with jangly emotive rock; however, in contrast to its title, those bursts of illuminating exposure are quite pleasant. After all, everyone screws up, or shuts down from time to time, hearing a relatable message might just help to pick you up off the floor.





Faiyaz & the Wasted Chances - New Tunes, Rockin' Horseshoe 02.06

Ahead of their new album due out early 2018, Faiyaz and the Wasted Chances have released a pair of singles. “Breakfast In Bed” is a quick lo-fi rocker with really catchy guitar over a thumping rhythm section. The tune has some great slacker rock qualities to it and the vocals contain some Joe Strummer vibes as well.  “Spilt Milk” is the second tune of the split single and is a bit more hectic than the first track. A real banger live I would imagine. Two breakfast tunes to get your year started courtesy of Faiyaz and the Wasted Chances.  They will be playing the Horseshoe Tavern on February 6th. – Kris Gies





Garage rockers The Maxims release peculiar video for “Endless Mind”

Three piece garage rock outfit The Maxims made their debut last summer with the release of their eponymous EP, a collection of five songs that showcase their reverence to the retro sound of classic garage rock and soul. Steeped in the sounds of gritty guitars and swirling organs, The Maxims is as brash as it is sly, drifting between foot-stomping blues numbers to cool-headed 60s swagger. Last week, The Maxims released a grainy, peculiar music video for the EP’s first song, “Endless Mind”, which you can watch below. -Charley Ruddell





Following a debut release, Joanna Teters to play Middle East Upstairs

There was a point in time when singer Joanna Teters, the now-New Yorker, was a resident of the Jamaica Plain neighborhood in Boston. While studying at Berklee College of Music, Teters became a familiar and friendly face in the Boston music scene as the smokey, soulful singer for several groups including Lowtone Society and Ila Mawana. Now, with the release of her excellent solo debut Warmer When It Rains, Teters has shared Winter tour dates throughout the East Coast, which includes The Middle East Upstairs on February 1st.

Warmer When It Rains is a collection of masterfully produced pop/neo-soul songs influenced by 90s pop/RnB, island and reggae music, and jilted hip-hop beats, lead exclusively by Teters’ smoothly crafted melodies. Rains is an exercise in writing about love within pop songs, an artform in itself that produces either everlasting, or fatefully unforgettable music; fortunately for us, Teters has delivered a lasting and engaging debut, both musically and emotionally. Stream her new album below, and be sure to check the Warmer When It Rains Tour schedule to see Joanna in a city near you. -Charley Ruddell

 





Krust Toons: "How Many Bands Have You Seen?" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "How Many Bands Have You Seen?" 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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