100 Great Songs From Boston and New England of 2018 – 21-40

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Great-Songs-From-Boston-and-New-England-of-2018 100 Great Songs From Boston and New England of 2018 – 21-40

Second part of songs from Boston and New England of 2018 we love! Part 1 can be found here.

 

Karman Voh – If Only Apart

This is the kind of wall we need – the one consisting entirely of blissful noise


Red Shaydez – Self-Care ’18

This one got the message (and vital one at that) – something that’s missing from much of today’s hip-hop


Far Corners – Crawling Back

Back to the good days of post-punk with intentionally dirty guitar soundz and murky/lo-fi production that feels as if you can touch the walls of the basement where this was recorded


Ronan – New Flags

Darker pop that may or may not have been an influenced by Whitey Bulger


Plant 9000 – Stupid Goat

Sounds like a missing B-side from early Beck or Ween – very brown, indeed


Mokamazo – True

No relation to Spandau Ballet (thankfully), but some nice VU/Nico vibes emanating from both the song and the artwork


Brother Toaster – Trimmin’ Trees

The process of trimming trees may not be terribly psychedelic in itself, but there’s something hypnotic and (dare we say it) magical happening here


Armando Gonzalez Sosto – Se Va

Colorful ambient pop with a latin flavor – very tasty brew, to say the least


Harvey Garbage – Beau Deadly

Hitting on that same swampy groove that Gun Club had


AD.UL.T – SELAH

Not to be confused with other Adult, this Adult is rather weird, but that’s just fine with us – they like killer clowns and donning zebra costumers onstage, among other things


Violet Nox – AxA

Space is still thee place and VN is your captain (with Sun Ra being present in spirit)


Morne – To the Night Unknown

Your handy audio companion for endtimes


JASS – Baited

Strong echoes of Brothers Quay and HNIA abound in this spooky piece of glitch-witchery (yes, that is a made up word)


WKEAH – Baseball Glove

VU, noise, doom, psych and punk rock produced an interesting baby – the one willing to play your next house show (don’t miss out on this offer)


Selfserv – The Escape

Another glimpse into a catchy universe of beats and rhythms created by Vlad – this one celebrating both his birth and the birth of hip-hop


Off Axis – Follow Me

Fighting against injustice one trombone at a time


Leopard Print Taser – Pushed

Picture this – Karen O and Courtney Love start a supergroup


E – The Projectionist

Extra meaty grooves from Thalia, Jason and Gavin


Muddy Wires – A Birded Unshorn Hoot, Oh Fly Bold Sir Rib

Nurse With Wound-level mindfuckery from Listening Woman and James Staub (aka Muddy Wires)


My Mother’s Moustache – Seasons

No relation to Chris Cornell song of the same name, but the melancholic vibe is very similar


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