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Emma Furrier

Boston-based music writer and reviewer. Passionate about rock and roll, vinyl collecting, and any dog I’ve ever met.

Live Review + Gallery: Yellowcard at MGM Music Hall at Fenway in Boston, MA (7.9.23)

In 2016, pop punk beacons Yellowcard embarked on “The Final World Tour” in which they thought they were saying goodbye for good. Seven years later, they’re back with new music and a profound appreciation. On a headlining tour celebrating the 20 year anniversary of their smash album Ocean Avenue, the …

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Album Review: Mercy Music “What You Stand To Lose”

Las Vegas-based pop-punk outfit Mercy Music return with their unvanquished new album What You Stand To Lose out today via Double Helix Records/SBÄM Records.  Following the release of 2020’s Nothing in the Dark, which was produced by Cameron Webb (Alkaline Trio/Motörhead), What You Stand To Lose is Mercy Music’s fourth full-length album since their formation in …

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FLETCHER announces “Meet Her At The Bar” Pride series to save & celebrate queer spaces

Pop phenomenon FLETCHER brings back her wildly popular Meet Her At The Bar: Pride Month Experience for a second year— a series of pop-ups hosted by women-owned queer bars across America. In addition to celebrating and supporting inclusive spaces and bringing fans together, the campaign also raises funds for GLAAD’s …

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Must See Bands at Boston Calling

This Memorial Day weekend, Boston Calling Music Festival is celebrating its twelfth installment. Taking place May 26-28 at Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston, MA, the New England-based festival will feature over fifty performers, with legendary acts Foo Fighters, Paramore, Queens of the Stone Age, The Lumineers, Alanis Morissette and Yeah Yeah Yeahs headlining over the course …

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Live Review: The Blue Stones at the Sinclair in Cambridge, MA. (05.17.23)

On the opening night of their North American “Pretty Monsters USA Tour,” Canadian rock duo The Blue Stones took the stage buzzing with adrenaline. Touring in support of their third studio album Pretty Monster, released November 4, 2022, the setlist contained a mixture of songs from across the band’s discography, …

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Greta Van Fleet release new single in an ode to their signature fashion

Today Greta Van Fleet have released their fashionable new single, “Sacred The Thread,” lifted off their forthcoming third studio album, Starcatcher. The new track is the second single to arrive from the record, slated for release on July 21 via Lava/Republic/EMI Records.  Following last month’s debut of “Meeting The Master,”  the …

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