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Sir Mango @ Subt (Tonight, 6/19)

Sir Mango released their debut EP, "Whits”, today (6/19). This is the stripped down acoustic rock of Eric Doar (Tubs, Vox), Tion Burke (Guitfiddle, Bass, Vox), and Miles Eddy (Guitfiddle, Bass, Vox).

You can help the trio celebrate the release of their EP tonight, June 19th, at Subterranean with Strange Foliage, Origami Button, and Rainbow James.

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Audrey Ryan returns with first record in five years, plays album release show 06.20

Five years have passed since singer-songwriter Audrey Ryan released Let's go to the Vamp, an indie-folk record heavy on crawling loops and lush harmonies. Ryan's follow-up Buggy Spell is far more playful and versatile: the Boston-based artist takes full advantage of her multi-instrumental abilities by sprinkling each song with light tambourine rhythms, merry acoustic elements, and cheery vocal melodies that hint at beautiful memories. The elegant sonic layering that Ryan employs is distinctly characteristic of indie-folk music, a genre which continues to blossom as groups like First Aid Kit and The Civil Wars keep going strong. The release show for Buggy Spell is set for Thursday, June 20th at Club Passim in Cambridge, MA. We have "After a While Crocodile" from the new record available to stream below. - Rene Cobar





Debut Dirty Soap LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Lovestory Of Philadelphia is the debut album from the quartet of Dirty Soap. Exuberant, raw, soulful vocals and bluesy Americana converge in a sound that sticks in your mind, and quickly becomes familiar, especially for admirers of Man Man. The band entrenches themselves in a catchy, quirky manner that rips at opportune times, retaining a barroom aesthetic. You can catch Dirty Soap at Bourbon & Branch this Saturday, June 22, along with River Bones Band and Dirty Mae.





New Shelf Life LP Available for Streaming & Download

After prolifically posting multiple releases over the last few years via his Bandcamp, Philly singer-songwriter Scotty Leitch, a.k.a. Shelf Life, has cleared his page, and shared FEARLESS, Leitch's latest full-length album. The LP occupies an intimate, pensive, folk-anchored sound. However, within those contemplative melodies, there are experimental twists that create an intriguing, mysterious element. Keep them coming; please don't quit making music, Scotty.





Trey Gruber “Last July”

We know it is a beautiful sunny Friday afternoon, but sometimes it is good, freeing, meditative, to cry, and when this previous unreleased single, “Last July”, from Trey Gruber arrived in our inbox, that is exactly what we did.

Gruber, who passed away at 26 back in 2017 after a long battle with alcohol and heroin addiction, was beloved in our community, and was on the verge of something substantial with his band Parent.

With “Last July", he had created a somber, meditative, folk-inspired, break-up song that will leave you with visions of sitting alone in your bedroom and wondering what went wrong. This track was originally recorded in the Fall of 2015.

Numero Group has released the single and will be releasing a collection of Trey’s music called Herculean House of Cards on June 28th.

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