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Boston Concert Update

While I don’t get out to as many shows as I’d like to, I still enjoy knowing what’s going on in (and around) the city on any given night. My Fridays are spent searching for new concerts to add to the calender, seeing which shows in the coming week still have tickets left, and checking which shows’ tickets go on sale in the near future. It’s a lot of work, so I might as well share the fruits of my labor with you.

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I seldom watch a movie twice, and only on rare occasions will I deem a book good enough to re-read. There are, however, plenty of albums that I will listen to time and time again (this number is probably in the hundreds). My musical taste was shaped by these albums… but before I run off a long list of cliches, head after the jump to see this week’s edition of “Blast From The Past.”

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Sherwood‘s video for “You Are” can be seen after the jump.

The guys will be in Somerville on March 14th for a show at the Armory, which is (as I’ve mentioned before) quite unfortunate as I’ll be out of the country.

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Providence’s Sage Francis is set to release fourth studio album on May 11th. The album’s title is Li(f)e.

I was a little disappointed by his last effort, Human The Death Dance, but I still consider Sage one of my favorite rappers.

Flying Lotus plans to release his new album Cosmogramma on May 4th via Warp Record. “Quakes” won’t be on the album, but a song named “Computer Face//Pure Being,” the first leak from the album, is making the internet rounds. Expect to hear Thom Yorke and Erykah Badu contributing their tremendous vocal talents, as well.

MP3: Flying Lotus – Quakes

Streetlight Manifesto new album 99 Songs of Revolution: Vol. 1 will be in stores (and available online, and presumably on vinyl) on March 16th via Victory Records. I never listened to their 2007 effort Somewhere In Between, and I don’t listen to much ska nowadays, but I’m interested in hearing what covers these guys will do.

Look Mexico‘s video for “You Stay. I Go. No Following.” can be seen after the jump. To Bed To Battle, the band’s new full-length, is due out March 23rd via Suburban Home Records.

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