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Tate & Silas offer a heavy dose of indie-folk music, play Space Ballroom 10.05

Tate & Silas released their latest record Different Worlds back in June, and in doing so, they gifted the world with a pure and super-concentrated indie-folk alternative. The approach is simple: electric guitar strums so clean you can almost breathe them in like rich oxygen, and minimalist vocal deliveries that tell stories about town life. In songs like “Overblown” you have rapid and thumping rhythms that are sprinkled with rich piano notes, and in tracks like “Sick” just pure indie guitar-lick goodness. The duo from New Haven makes each track seamless as it moves on to the next without ever allowing for monotonousness to creep in; the fluidity of the music is a testament to their easy-listening approach that soothes. Tate & Silas are scheduled to play at the Space Ballroom in Hamden, CT on October 5th. We are streaming the title track below for your enjoyment. - Rene Cobar

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Tyler Coyne debuts lively single "What's Yours & What's Mine"

Boston's Tyler Coyne offers listeners a refreshing brand of pop music that is frothy with funky guitars, electronic embellishments, and Coyne's country-cordial vocals. In the singer-songwriter's latest single "What's Yours & What's Mine" these elements are put on full display and blend for an upbeat track that is bound to stay with you. Coyne's style embraces current mainstream pop trends while challenging them at the same time: the New England native offers pop music that is embroidered with electronic elements but still keeps folk/country as its main fabric. The brand new single is closing out the summer for Coyne in style; we are hoping for some fall show announcements soon. Stream the lively "What's Yours & What's Mine" below. - Rene Cobar





Cousin Stizz delivers stylish hip-hop record "Trying To Find My Next Thrill"

Cousin Stizz deploys hypnotic beats to entrance listeners and lures them into a world crafted by his unquenchable thirst for glory. The Boston-based rapper is spinning his brand new record, Trying To Find My Next Thrill, a thirteen-track statement super-charged with punchy basslines, killer features, and honeyed R&B undertones. The beat of "Perfect" (feat. City Girls) slithers into the ears with menace as Cousin and City Girls spit a venomous romance that will paralyze you. The features continue to dazzle with "Toast 2 That" (feat. Freddie Gibbs), a bravado-spiced track that keeps the bars steady and the flow fueled-up, always ready to explode. Cousin Stizz is putting a rich R&B glaze over the captivating trap music that artists like Valee are championing in Chicago, creating a special brand that is uniquely his. The release of the new record has us anticipating New England show announcements this fall, fans will surely demand them. As we wait, we are streaming the booming album-opener “Meds” below. - Rene Cobar





Honey Cutt promises a thrilling full-length album with new single "Suburban Dream"

Honey Cutt has been keeping busy since the release of its 2019 single “Suburban Dream,” an indie-pop delight with both retro and quite modern colorations. The band toured extensively through July, visiting cities like Indianapolis and Detroit along the way. Kaley Honeycutt, who leads the Boston-based trio, fuels the powerful lyrics of “Suburban Dream” with observations of her time in suburbia. The song may be “tongue in cheek,” according to the band, but it touches on that genuine feeling that anyone who has lived in one place for most of their life can relate to, a sense of wanting to break out. Breaking out is precisely what Honey Cutt is doing: having signed to independent label Kanine Records the band promises a full-length record is coming. The group recently performed at ONCE in Somerville and is sure to keep its momentum going this fall. We are streaming the vibrant single below. - Rene Cobar





Lilith deliciously blends pop and rock in new album "Safer Off"

How wonderful it is to listen to music that takes the mind on a pleasant ride down memory lane: if you are having upbeat memories about better times you may be listening to the vibrant indie-pop of Boston’s Lilith. The Allston-based duo that is Hannah Liuzzo and Kelsey Rose Francis flies high in its latest album Safer Off, a posh blend of garage rock and pop that ticks all the boxes of appealing modern music. Do you want dynamic guitar riffs? You got them! Need some sweet pop choruses? Coming right up, friend! From the popping drums of Adam Demirjian to the female harmonies that accentuate each song, if a rich sound is what you crave, the music will satisfy you. The group recently celebrated the release of Safer Off with a performance at Great Scott and is sure to keep the momentum going this fall. We are streaming the cheery track “In Real Life” below. - Rene Cobar

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