Got beard? Huge thanks to Pete Boyd, Bobby Brewski, and White Dynomite's Dave Unger for hanging out in the WFNX studios this afternoon, as BOSTON ACCENTS spotlighted the BOSTON FACIAL HAIR FIASCO going down this Saturday, December 1 at Church in the Fens. We drank some 40s, talked about beards, and spun all four bands performing at the event -- White Dynomite, Township, the Life Electric and Coyote Kolb. This is a no-shave zone.
DRIFTERSWIFT “Rule of Twelfths” -- Lead track off this dream pop quartet's latest EP. They're at the Middle East January 13 with Plumerai and Here We Just Dream.
Rule of Twelfths by drifterswift
THE HUSH NOW “I’m Always Broke In December” -- The Hush Now come correct once again with the holiday jingle.
I'm Always Broke in December by The Hush Now
WESTLAND “Steady Now” -- From the pop-rock band's upcoming record, Intimacy Without Intricacy, out January 8.
WHITE DYNOMITE “White Dynomite” -- Kicking off our Facial Hair Fiasco set with this blitz.
COYOTE KOLB “Freight Train” -- BMA-nominated band ("Americana Artist Of the Year") performing at the Fiasco. Cover of a song nearly 100 years old by Elizabeth Cotton.
THE LIFE ELECTRIC “Rocky IV” -- This is the band getting shit started at the Fiasco on Saturday.
MELLOW BRAVO “Where The Bodies Lay” -- Have you seen this music video yet?
TOWNSHIP “All Your Stuff” -- Headlining act at the Fiasco, get to know these gentlemen.
MEAN CREEK “Young & Wild” -- Playing Great Scott on Saturday; track is the featured song in this week's Phoenix playlist.
VELAH “Skeleton House” -- Playing the Milling Gowns record release party on December 7 at Radio.
WESTERN EDUCATION “All I Am” -- Closing out with one of our favorite tracks of the year, coming straight outta Lowell.
All I Am by Western Education