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First Listen: Together Boston Releases Digital Version of Festival Compilation
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Together Boston returns for its fifth year next week, May 11-18, hosting a variety of art, technology, and music-driven events throughout Cambridge and elsewhere around Boston. The festival, known to curate some of the best electronic music in the world, drops its anticipated compilation album today. This year’s festival mix showcases a wide array of electronic-oriented artists, producers, and singers from the Boston and New England area. More

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Stream Local Singer Eli ‘Paperboy’ Reed’s New Album ‘Nights Like This’
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Brookline’s own Eli “Paperboy” Reed has been hitting the high notes for the better part of a decade now, coming up through local clubs like The Middle East to now being one of the leading voices in R&B. Reed, now based in New York, is set to release his third full-length, “Nights Like This,” next Tuesday, but thanks to Rolling Stone, you can stream the entire album a week in advance. Known prominently for his soulful wail, Reed has always had a knack for recreating the solid gold sounds of yesteryear, but “Nights Like This” presents a departure from that formula. More

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Stream Lukey the Bird’s New Album ‘Mr. Luke, You Corny,’ plays Boston Saturday
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Ahead of his performance this Saturday at the UFORGE Gallery, Philly indie rapper Lukey the Bird dropped off his new album “Mr. Luke, You Corny” for an exclusive stream.

The album is a scatterplot of posi vibes united under Lukey’s “feather life” philosophy. From the infections club single “Off the Grid” to the whirring affirmation that is “Soulistic,” the album is a huge accomplishment for the feel-good rapper, who produced and pressed it in its entirety. The record also contains a new level of depth for the HAHA-YO jokester – especially the Maria Dontas-assisted anthem “White Flags,” which sees Lukey emerging victoriously from the personal vision quest that birthed this release. More

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The Boss is back: Stream Bruce Springsteen’s new album
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The Boss has returned with a new album, “High Hopes,” and this one is filled with covers, outtakes, and re-recordings from previous albums. It’s Springsteen’s 18th studio LP, and while it may not contain much in the way of recent songwriting, Jersey’s favorite son finds ways to modernize it and keep things interesting. One of these ways was to recruit Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello, whom Springsteen referred to as his “muse” for the project. Along with the E Street Band, including work from the late Danny Federici and Clarence Clemons, the backing of Morello adds an alternative twist to these recordings, which contains re-workings of songs by Saints, Suicide, and Tim Scott McConnell. More