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The Kenny Brothers serve up quality roots 'n' roll with warm harmonies and good vibes while Cold Engines use intricate vocal harmonies to bring to life their rock-fueled R&B and soul music.
Hometown heroes Kong Moon keep the dream of the '90s alive by taking all we loved about classic guitar-based indie rock and making it their own. If you miss the gold sounds of Pavement, early Modest Mouse, and Built to Spill, you owe it to yourself to check these guys out.
Normal Instruments’ music is heavy on spacey grooves that are part funk, soul, jazz, and jam band all at once.
Shopping's bold take on queer dance-punk has made major fans out of NME, Pitchfork, NPR, and Sleater-Kinney, just to name a few. Find out why.
Per order of the Portsmouth Department of Health, general business and all live performances have been suspended through April 7.
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Austin, TX husband and wife duo The Ghost Wolves give The White Stripes a run for their money. When the two unleash their gnarly, fuzzed-out take on garage blues and psychobilly, they make the aforementioned buzz band of 10 years ago sound polite and, well,…pretty far behind in the rearview.
Boston's Jesse Dee is a singing, songwriting, guitar-playing soul man, a modern day trailblazer inspired by the old school.
Dehd's two founding members were also lovers. And when that romance fell apart in an agonizing break-up, the band didn't follow suit—instead, they got right back to writing new music, employing the tension as a menacing electric current flowing underneath the surface of their sound, which combines the loose, breezy vibe of latter day Velvet Underground, the chiming melodicism of C86-era indie rock, and the steady locomotive rhythms of The Cramps.
Two staples of the Boston music scene come together to blend soul, rock, reggae, and more.