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Boston Bands and Indie Bands Worthy of a check out

It’s been a long time waiting to write about Boston’s indie local scene, but here it is. A compiling of bands that are up and coming, or hidden beneath the shadows.

Bearstronaut A Boston band that formed in 2007. A distincting band that has an all original approach to write, and play tremendously. Their Boston roots give you all the more reason to listen to their music.

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=bearstronaut+moniker

Animal Talk: An upbeat Boston group that have all the makings for what you can jam to. Animal Talk has an extremely catchy vibe about them, worthy of a listen.

Bent Shapes- An exclamation point with this band, they have intensity, and an upbeat vibe. Perfect for Boston. Fun! Hip! Yeah! Alright! *points finger in the form of a gun.*

Westkust- This band comes from Sweden, but the sounds are all so familiar and haunting, much like “X” or even Sonic Youth. I get that impression, it has the punk feel that you can’t help but angst with. The song Swirl did just that.

Flo Morrissey- An English singer that reigns her talents from London England. What an early impression to get from this 20 year old. She has a beautiful voice that it feels so timeless. The harmonious strings of the guitar, and harp reap slowly into your low lined heart strings, much like Lana Del Ray as a comparison, if you will. In her own right, even a Sharon Van Etten. Anyway, she is an artist to look forward to.

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