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Blacker Face @ Burlington Bar

Blacker Face has been turning rage in music for several years, but the climate is ripe a new EP from this Jolene Whatevr (aka Jolisha Johnson) fronted band. "Think Piece" was released back on April 30th and has taken a couple weeks to really sink in.

The EP addresses racial tensions (“Wadly”), political turmoil (“Hate Trumps Trump”), and the daily struggle of existing in 2018.

You can catch Blacker Face at Burlington Bar on May 13th with Daymaker, Sonny Falls, and Friendship Commanders and at Cobra Lounge on May 21st.

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No Swoon bring glaring showgaze to Alphaville on 05.24 + plays Northfest

Led by singer/guitarist Tasha Abbott, in their debut single "Still" Brooklyn's No Swoon marries the blazing guitar tones of My Bloody Valentine with softer atmospheres and odd time signatures of more obscure acts of the '90s like The Pale Saints. Notwithstanding its newness, the trio was selected to play the Northside Fest this June. Before then, you'll be able to see them live at Alphaville on 05.24.





Indie Rock

Time: 
9pm
Band name: 
Chris Rattie & The N
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/ChrisRattie/
Venue name: 
Dawson Street Pub
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Indie Rock

Time: 
9pm
Band name: 
Chris Rattie & The N
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/ChrisRattie/
Venue name: 
Dawson Street Pub
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A Deli Premiere: single "Adieu" from NH-based People Like You

It’s been a little less than a year since The Deli New England last heard from People Like You, the eclectic and electric gypsy-folk-rockers hailing from Portsmouth, NH. And they haven’t wasted a second of that time. Their forthcoming third studio album, Dancing on the Dead, shows the band at their best—they’re tighter than ever before, and they haven’t given up on their rootsy experimental sound, either. People Like You is filling in the gap left by other, freak-folk greats—perhaps most specficially, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeroes. Of course, they don’t fit perfectly in the space left by the now-disbanded group, because the music of People Like You is entirely their own. There’s nothing derivative about it.

We’re happy to be premiering the single “Adieu” from Dancing on the Dead, which will be released on May 11th. The release of the album will kickstart a summer tour, beginning at Fury’s Publick House in Dover, NH. - Lilly Milman, photo by Lily Eye

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