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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.

YUNGBLUD meets his mini-me in “Lowlife” music video

Today, alternative artist Yungblud has shared the official music video for his latest turbo–charged anthem “Lowlife.” The video, directed by Priya Minhas and Yungblud, follows the acclaimed musician as he and a version of his cheeky younger self strut around the iconic Camden Town, London. Followed by a brigade of other characters, …

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Joni Mitchell immortalizes Newport Folk Fest appearance with live album

Last summer, legendary folk luminary Joni Mitchell graced the stage of the renowned Newport Folk Festival with a surprise performance— her first full performance in 20 years. Her first Newport Folk Festival appearance since 1969, Joni was joined by some of her musical companions and gave new, seasoned meaning to …

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Celebrating Mick Jagger’s 80th Birthday & Forty Lickys collection

On July 26, 1944 the legendary Michael Philip “Mick” Jagger was born. Today, on his 80th birthday, The Rolling Stones are celebrating by releasing their anthology collection, Forty Licks, digitally for the first time.  The Rolling Stones’ Forty Licks, the album that gathered together fully three dozen of the most enduring …

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Aidan Bissett Announces First North American Headline Tour with Anna Shoemaker

Fast-rising indie rock artist Aidan Bissett celebrates finding someone who’s authentic amid a town full of pretenders on his buoyant new single, “Sick,” which is out everywhere now. He wrote the track with Captain Cuts’ Ryan Rabin and Benjamin Berger (Walk The Moon, Bebe Rexha), who also produced, and Ryan McMahon. Along with today’s new …

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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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