Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Club Bohemia March 7 / 8th OFFBRAND/CITRVS and Saturday 9th DEEP HOUSE From Dusk to Dawn / LILY BLACK CD Review Song reviews Louder Than Milk "Oh Lord" and "Burnin' Her Out"


The CD Reviews written specifically for Club Bohemia Newsletter get published on http://joevigtop40.com  Read about your favorite Club Bohemia Bands with reviews by Rock Journalist Joe Vig

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Friday 3/8/19
 CITRVS on at 9, Offbrand on around 10.



OFFBRAND   
https://www.facebook.com/OffTheBrand/

CITVRS
https://www.facebook.com/CitrvsOfficial/




EVENT PAGE FOR FRIDAY MARCH 8
https://www.facebook.com/events/383913202386972/

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Saturday 3/9/19
From Dusk to Dawn: Deep House
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March 15   Friday
MAR15

In the Meantime, Miracle Blood, Elephants, The Furs

Public
 · Hosted by Miracle Blood and 3 others

In the Meantime
https://gtownrecords.bandcamp.com/album/order-66-in-the-meantime-banana-split

Miracle Blood
https://miracleblood.bandcamp.com/

Elephants
https://those-elephants.bandcamp.com/

The Furs
https://thefurs.bandcamp.com/

21+
Doors @ 8


https://www.facebook.com/events/317919729073481/

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March 16, 2019  Saturday




March 16, 2019 
Lineup:
8:30 - Brian Campbell (Motel Black)
          https://motelblack.bandcamp.com
9:00 - Poor Yorick
10:00 - Louder Than Milk
             www.louderthanmilk.com



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Thursday   March 28,2019
Fat Togue Music Presents...

DUST PROPHET / ABOVE THE DIN

North Star    The Wanderer   Grovel



Club Bohemia is back! Early show 8-12 featuring...
Dust Prophet
Above the Din
North Star the Wanderer
Grovel


https://www.facebook.com/events/380808972744850/

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MAR28


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MAR29
Fri 9 PMby Jeb Bush Orchestra
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MAR30
Sat 9 PM362 guests
Cambridge, MA


Sunday  March 31, 2019
The Original N.E. Compact Disc & Record Expo






4-6-19

Mickey Bliss told us to reach out to you to get some more buzz going for this rock show. Here's what we have for April 6 at Club Bohemia -
Tarran




MAR15
Cambridge, MA

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MAR23
Cambridge, MA

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MAR28


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MAR29
Fri 9 PMby Jeb Bush Orchestra
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MAR30
Sat 9 PM362 guests
Cambridge, MA

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APR5
Fri 8 PM500 guests
Cambridge, MA




APR5
Fri 8 PMby Butterscott
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APR6
Sat 8:30 PM62 guests


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APR11

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APR20

https://www.facebook.com/events/353167592184536/

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APR27

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MAY17




Opening track “Waiting for a Change” off of Lilly Black’s My Own Hero CD is a gliding, rocking, sliding-on-the-groove bright pop tune with the energy of the New York Dolls meeting the pop majesty of the Go Go’s. Liam Barry’s drums bolster the undercurrent opening the door to track 2, “Rag Doll.” These first two songs contain explicit lyrics and are repeated at the end of the CD in the form of “radio edits,” but I’ve yet to hear the naughty words so… “Rag Doll” is a delightful change of pace from the first opus, Lilly Senna’s appealing vocals over a dense Mike Barry production from Babyland Studio. Poignant yet harsh lyrics and Bobby Linscott’s consistent and imploring guitar work add to the mystery.
“You’re Probably Right,” like the preceding songs, has a pure 60s vibe brought up to date in 2017, impressive upon the first listening. The CD itself jam-packed with information, photos and an intriguing color scheme, yet it’s the music from this solid band that speaks the loudest.
Five songs plus two radio edits make for a short and sweet listening experience. When we critics and radio programmers get 15 song discs galore, it’s like listening to double vinyl albums from the old days, quite a bit to absorb. Fact is, the longer the CD, the more time it takes to review, and sometimes they get lost in the shuffle. “Leave Me Alone” is not the notable songs by Lou Reed and Helen Reddy (or is it, Helen Reed and Lou Reddy, I can’t remember anymore…)a thumping beat with a solo vocal chant and Phoebe Clark’s keys augmenting this nicely, but never getting in the way a la Greg Hawkes of the Cars.
“Leave Me Alone” comes with exquisite guitar work by Linscott as does the final track, “My Own Hero,” which takes things down a quasi-Gothic notch with a careful, incessant snare drum bang and the aforementioned electrically activated simmering-almost-fuzz guitar under this hard ballad. Love it all. Five stars…an absolute knockout. All songs over two and a half minutes and under three thirty so you get that short bust of energy and can repeat or play another on this well-planned compact disc.

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MAY18
Sat 8:45 PMShared to Boston Metro Live Music Scene
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April 20, 2019
THE ALPACAS
$10.00 doors at 7:30PM Music Starts at 8:00PM!
The Alpacas 8:00PM
Rea and The Tugboats 9:00PM
Gregg Perry and The Strange Berries 10:00PM
Miele 11:00PM





https://www.facebook.com/events/353167592184536/


The Alpacas
THE ALPACAS ARE: 
Matthew "Elroy" Veneto - Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica and Melodica 
Peter "Petah Honey" Abajoli - Bass Guitar and Vocals 
Jackie "Jax" Abajoli - Vocals, Guitar, Train Whistle and Tambourine 
Frank "Frank E" Evans - Guitar and Vocals
https://www.facebook.com/thealpacas/


SONG REVIEW

'Oh Lord"  by Louder Than Milk

At three minutes and thirty-three seconds "Oh Lord" by Louder Than Milk traverses the worlds that Boston area groups The Only Humans, Four Point Restraints, Blame the Whiskey and duo Kenny Selcer and Steve Gilligan are fond of playing to and in.  "Burnin' Her Out" clocks in at 3:16 sounding like the Velvet Underground gone country with almost drunken fun backing vocals and controlled chaos.  It's great.

https://www.louderthanmilk.com/


https://louderthanmilk.bandcamp.com/album/louder-than-milk



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