I was grabbing music as it came in seeing as this was the day bandcamp was giving all proceeds to artists. Next dates are June 5 and July 3. Thanks to everyone who let me know. News came in about the closing of Great Scott in Allston today. It is incredibly sad. Whether you went there a lot, a little, one time, or never, it is catastrophic for the music community.
(Edit: Great Scott was one of the first places I booked show when I started, back in my WFNX years. I don’t remember the dates, but it was with Humanwine. And I played Holly today on the show. Bittersweet.)
RiP Allston music at Great Scott. You meant much to many people. Sorry this had to happen. More via Vanyaland
SONGS OF THE WEEK
1) AfterImage – Six Seconds
2) Square Ape – Why Us
3) The Winter Project – All In
4) Austin Bullock – Part Of Me
5) Green Piece – MT
Listen. Vote. Share.
You could tell people about the show, get some votes, all that.
Parlour Bells – Sanctuary Cities
Graveyard of the Atlantic – Perfect From Now On
-part of this year’s Rumble class. Maybe we will get the chance to have a Rumble. I don’t know.
Linnea’s Garden – I Wanna Try On Your Clothes
-formerly of PowerSlut
SkyTigers – Angel of Debt from Eulorgy
-first 50 copies are hand numbered and this sweet poster. Also, you will be entered to win a test pressing
If you missed our chat on FB yesterday….
3 Parts Dead – Tomorrow
Young Other – All Apologies
Holly Brewer – Post Panic
Shows booked for June at City Winery are scheduled for Oct 30 & 31
Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys – Don’t Panic Attack from Bunker Buds
-on bandcamp today
Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys – Poison Queen of New Orleans
Kindheart – White Knuckles
The Lowell Spin put out Songs of Isolation digital comp today on bandcamp – songs inspired by and written during social shutdown
Cave In – Moonlight Mile
Mister Lipstick – Down the Drain
-from Songs of Isolation
Taxpayer – Settle Down Ghost
-Great Scott in Allston announced their permanent closure today. That is incredibly sad news for the city and the music community-at-large
Gene Dante and the Future Starlets from the Boston Emissions Summer Session archives