Good times hanging in the WFNX studio today with Jen de la Osa and Henry Beguiristain of veteran Boston rock band ALOUD, who play T.T. The Bear's Place in Cambridge tomorrow night with Lifestyle and the Daily Pravda. The duo performed a stripped down set on the show today, unveiling two new songs, "After the Plague" and "Don't Let It Get You Down," and selected a majority of the show's playlist. We also spent a great deal talking about this brewing Modern Lovers vs Aerosmith battle in the State House.
Tomorrow we're joined by folk singer CALEB GROH, and on Thursday by Class of 2013 electro-pop trio CHILD ACTOR. But first, here's what we spun today on Boston Accents...
MODERN LOVERS "Roadrunner" -- You know, in case there was any lingering doubt.
ALOUD "You Will Know"
PARKS "Modern Fiction" -- New single by Brian E. King's pop band, to be officially released this week.
THE DAILY PRAVDA "Dead House" -- On the TTs show tomorrow night.
Dead House by The Daily Pravda
ALOUD "Beaches" -- This host's favorite Aloud song (to the chagrin of the band! Sorry!)
LIFESTYLE "Isolation" (Joy Division cover) -- Also on the TTs show tomorrow night.
THE BIG BIG BUCKS "Kick Rocks" -- By reguest from Henry.
Kick Rocks by The Big Big Bucks
:: ALOUD live @ WFNX "Don't Let It Get You Down"
:: ALOUD live @ WFNX "After the Plague"
HALLELUJAH THE HILLS "The Three Minute Mark" -- New music from Ryan Walsh; also by band request.
The Three Minute Mark by Hallelujah The Hills
ALOUD "The Cash And The Pearls"
The Cash and the Pearls by Aloud
KINGSLEY FLOOD "Down" -- Closing out with one last Aloud request; Battles record release party rescheduled to May 3 at Brighton Music Hall.
Down by Kingsley Flood