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A Show I Went To: Lucius

It’s next to impossible to tell the two lead singers of Lucius apart. And that’s clearly their intent. I don’t mean physically. In that respect, they are opposites: Holly Laessig the tall, long-necked ectomorph to Jess Wolfe’s compact curves. Both … Continue reading

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Of Lake Street Dive and Nachos

We’ve all heard it said, at some time or another, about a great bar, or a vintage clothing store, or a hole-in-the-wall diner that serves the best nachos in town: “this city’s best-kept secret.” You might think it’s a good … Continue reading

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Album of the week: Lake Street Dive by Lake Street Dive

Lake Street Dive knows how to make noise. Armed with only a standup bass, drums, a trumpet, the occasional guitar, and three sets of lungs, the Boston-born, Brooklyn-based indie outfit puts on an electrifying live show, a big, joyful racket … Continue reading

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Aunt Martha

Last night, I ventured out of my cozy home at 10 PM to check out a show at the Middle East Upstairs, in Cambridge’s Central Square. The band, Aunt Martha, is an all-boy ensemble led by singer/songwriter Tim Noyes, a … Continue reading

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