Indie Rock

Indie Rock

Time: 
8pm-11pm
Band name: 
Will Orchard
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/willorchardsongs/
Venue name: 
Tornadothings
   

Single Premiere: Forever “How Sad”

We are proud to be able to premiere the debut single, “How Sad”, from Forever. This is a new project fronted by Jacob Rosenberg, and the single is taken from their forthcoming album, Ecstatics, which is due out September 1st.

The album was engineered by Dave Vettraino at Jamdek and Public House Recordings who has worked with Lala Lala, Deeper, Pool Holograph, and many others.

   

Modern Painters prepare to unveil their latest record "City Folk" at ONCE 07.05

The music of Boston’s Modern Painters drips a syrupy sonic collage of influences that when looked at from afar create a harmonious portrait worth admiring. The various textures that range from honeyed pianoforte phrases to vibrantly colored electric guitar flourishes betray the group’s indie-folk label, transcending it, sketching slowly something far more complex. The group’s latest single “Hive” lingers beautifully, paced by an initially feather-light jazz drum beat that revs up to meet the arpeggiating guitar and thumping bass inspired by your favorite indie-rock record. The lead vocals of Gabe Goodman are entrancing enough to match today’s dream-pop stars and mist away in the single to make way for an irresistible sax solo that melts like butter under the summer sun. Modern Painters are gearing up for the release of City Folk, their first album in nearly two years. The release show will be at ONCE in Somerville on July 5th, and we are thrilled to preview the record for you by streaming “Hive” below. - Rene Cobar

   

Dan Rico "Together"

Dan Rico recently released a new single called “Together”. This closely follows Rico’s most recent EP, "Ba$ement P0p”, which was released back in March.

   

Oh, Rose at The Fillmore

Oh, Rose is playing with Yeasayer at The Fillmore this June 28 a few weeks ahead of their official album release date. While My Father Sleeps (Park the Van Records) is dizzying, at times enigmatic, grungy rock with distorted guitars. Songs are fiery and emotional. Song "25 Alive" opens with "Am I strong enough to tell my truth/25 I am alive and I am angry." Sweet vocals pair with with perfect amount of chugging guitar. Come see them at The Fillmore June 28. - Lucille Faulkner