AL POLK “I Slept With Ted Leo Last Night” -- So Ted Leo played a Brighton living room on Monday, and Streight Angular front man wrote a song about it. Leo has disputed, via Twitter, that's he's that easy. See above...
PARLOUR BELLS “Bachelor Hours” -- New track off the band's upcoming Thank God For The Night record, out December 15 at the Sinclair on a bill with Gentlemen Hall, Oldjack, and Mellow Bravo. They're also at the debut of Lounge Act at Radio in Somerville tomorrow night.
WESTLAND “Steady Now” -- New music from the pop-rock group that played Vans Warped Tour in 2011, off new record Intimacy Without Intricacy, out January 8.
TED BILLINGS “House On Fire” -- More new tunes, this time from the Age Rings frontman, who has a new record out December 14 at the Middle East on a bill with Dear Leader and the Beatings.
THE MILLING GOWNS “Zenith” -- And again, new tunes! This one will lead off next week's Phoenix playlist, a cut off the post-punk band's new record Something Dangerous Loves Me, released December 7 at Radio.
SUICIDE DOLLS “Drive” -- Playing the Midway in JP on Saturday with Varsity Drag, The Unholy III, and the I Want You.
SOCCER MOM “Brides” -- Recent single from the Boston noise-crushers.
SHERMAN BURNS “Bones” - Keeping not only the noisy theme going, but an S-band thing steady as well.
YET “L’Avenir” -- New track from Ryan Fleming, who posted the latest self-titled YET EP to Bandcamp in October.
SIDEWALK DRIVER “Dancing With Her Friends” -- Like I said on air, if you want to have a good time at a show in Boston, go see Sidewalk Driver. Conveniently, they're at Brighton Music Hall for the Boston Band Crush Holiday Spectacular, alongside Emily Peal, Freezepop, and the Field Effect.
Dancing with Her Friends by Sidewalk Driver
NIGHT FRUIT “Float” -- Smooth jam after allthe noise up top.
EARLY NINETIES “XLR” -- Electronic duo of Adam McGinn and Andy Kai Nagashima, playing the Middle East with Penguin Prison on Saturday. Check out the EP...
Why Do I Matter In the Universe? - EP by EARLYNINETIES