Five Shows You Shouldn’t Miss This Month (February)

by Amy Beaudoin

IF YOU LIKE…METAL/ROCK:

Friday February 21st has Russian Circles at The Middle East in Cambridge, Mass.

Russian Circles’ newest album incorporates a lot of skill and diversity in their tracks. What is really cool and unique about this lyric-less album is how seamless the songs are. All of the songs could be one long piece, but they sound great as individual songs, as well.

Performing with them is KEN Mode, an epic hard-rock group from Canada, and headlining is Inter Arma.

Get Tickets Here

IF YOU LIKE…PUNK/POP/INDIE

On Tuesday, February 25th The Field Effect will be playing at TT the Bears in Cambridge. With a growing fan base and their sound an interesting blend of pop/punk, rock, and indie-rock, playing this historic venue will do wonders to this Boston-based group.

Also performing is electronic pop-rock group, Herra Terra.

Get Tickets at the door: $5.00

IF YOU LIKE…ELECTRIC/INDIE

Check out TT the Bears on Wednesday, February 12th for a great line up featuring Miss Geo and Rich People Food! Miss Geo is an all-girl, electric-pop duo that use their ridiculously diverse experiences to write bizarrely awesome original songs; and Rich People Food is a four-musician indie-pop band with specialties in a variety of genres including hard-rock, pop, punk, classical, and everything in between!

Also performing on Tuesday are up-and-comers The Kitschenettes and Elsewhere.

Get Tickets at the door: $9.00

IF YOU LIKE…ALTERNATIVE REGGAE

Different, right? Iration is performing at the Paradise Rock Club on Friday, February 28th.  Their newest album, Automatic, combines elements of rock, pop, and reggae to create a completely individual sound that you’ve got to hear for yourself to really believe!

They are performing with special guests  Micah Brown, a singer/songwriter combining rock-n-roll, blues, old country, surf, and reggae to create his sound, and Natural Vibrations (Natty Vibes), a Hawaiian-born reggae band.

Get Tickets Here or at the door.

IF YOU LIKE…BLUES/INDIE/ROCK

Sea Wolf is playing at the Brighton Music Hall on Sunday, February 16th. Sea Wolf has a melodious and rich sound of indie rock, mixing acoustic and electric guitars to keep his sound constantly interesting and changing.

Buy Tickets Here

 

 

 

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