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Indie Rock

Time: 
21:00
Band name: 
Holy Water Buffalo
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/holywaterbuffalo/
Venue name: 
Harvard & Stone
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Bo Welland - "Thank The Lord" Single, Supermarket 05.17

Bo Welland is the name of a rock band from Toronto…not the name of any person in the band however. Influenced by many early 2000’s indie rock bands such as The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys and the Libertines along with classics like Simon & Garfunkel and The Clash. They have a nice slacker attitude in the track “Thank The Lord”. The lazy vocals and somewhat sloppy guitars float along in endearing fashion. Bo Welland plays Supermarket on May 17th with Fat Chance, The Jones and Charlie Joy. – Kris Gies

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Indie Rock

Time: 
19:30
Band name: 
The Ramona Flowers
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/theramonaflowersmusic/?ref=page_internal
Venue name: 
Coney Island Baby
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Foxanne releases EP, plays Rose Gold tonight (04.13)

There is a delicate subtlety to Foxanne’s songwriting that sets the indie-folk trio’s music apart from peers. While the light guitar work and emphasis on vocal melodies comes from a folk tradition, the minimal and airy arrangements that simmer behind Chelsea Gohd’s voice fall more in line with acts like Daughter or Julien Baker. The band is preparing to release its debut studio EP halfling on April 13th and the leading singles pair gentle finger-picking with rolling floor toms that leave room for Gohd’s voice to shine in front. You can catch Foxanne live when the band plays Rose Gold the night of the release along with Andy Cook, who has his own EP out that day. – Cameron Carr





New Track: "Underline" - The Insides

Before hitting the road with Rich People next week, The Insides released a new single. “Underline” is guided by the instrumental thrust of the power trio, countered by the softer, melodic aggression expressed in the lead vocals. Those juxtaposing elements provide an emotive energy that can be felt through your headphones/speakers. It surges in a place of solitude.

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