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Bathe yourself in gypsy funk as the Somerville Symphony Orkestar celebrate the release of their new album, "Crazy Beats Big," with their psychedelic friends, The Trichomes.
Soul. Sometimes with some jazz, sometimes with some funk, sometimes with some rock, sometimes with some dub... but it's always got soul, baby.
Falling somewhere between singer/songwriter-based roots rock and indie pop, New Hampshire / Greater Boston -based Back on the Train mixes 60s, 70s, and 90s influences into warm, melodic songs with soulful vocals, funk and reggae rhythms, and the occasional straight up dance groove.
It would be fair to say that Jim Dozet masters all he touches, jumping from genre to genre, while his dexterous guitar playing and confident voice make it all sound easy. If you haven't seen this exceptional local talent yet— this is the perfect introduction.
Krewe de Groove brings the party wherever they play, featuring funky grooves steeped in New Orleans tradition.
Local genre-defiers Amulus (Dover) are here to keep you on your toes. Just when you think you’ve got them pegged, they make a hard turn. Their improvisation-rich live set embraces the best sounds of psychedelic rock, funk, reggae, blues, jazz, latin, classical, metal, and dance. So, settle in— just don’t get too comfortable.
Come get down with the live wire energy and giant sound of the Seacoast's funkiest soul outfit.
The New Motif is coming up from Cape Cod to fill The Press Room with their crowd-moving psychedelic funk jams.