Weekly Wrap-Up: 2/8/2015 Billy February 9, 2015 Columns, Featured, News, Weekly Wrap-Up And we’re back! Here to give you the scoop on all things Boston music is this week’s Weekly Wrap-Up. Boston Calling Update: Beck, Tame Impala, and Sharon Van Etten to Play Friday As Boston City Plaza awaits the surge of twenty-something-year-old hipsters and the occasional disheveled parent at this May’s Boston Calling, the fest is finalizing its lineup and letting the masses at both Friday night and weekend passes. Beck, Tame Impala, and Sharon Van Etten will be christening the main stages on Friday, with a slew of huge acts following as the weekend goes on. If you want to see firsthand just how old Pixies really are, sing along to Tove Lo’s one song, or get your gut busted by Tenacious D, here’s your chance. Magic Man Gets a Spot on the Guardian’s Playlist The Guardian gave a sweet shout-out to Boston’s own electropop five-piece, Magic Man, last Monday, granting them a slot on their playlist along with Swim Mountain, Joey Fourr, Loris, and Marriages. Beneath the blurb praising Magic Man for their surging synth-rock and comparing them (twice) to Passion Pit, is a link to the band’s video for “Paris.” It’s got everything from headless interpretive dancers to snapshots of vocalist Alex Caplow looking pretty in the woods. Heavy Rotation Gives a Sneak Peek of Dorm Sessions 10 Student-run label Heavy Rotation Records is gearing up to release its tenth edition of Dorm Sessions, a compilation jam-packed with some of Boston’s up-and-coming young artists. This year’s comp showcases post-rockers, I/O, along with the grungier Rare Occasions, folkie breakouts, Grey Season, and many more. Czech out an advance preview of Dorm Sessions 10 here. Fresh Out the Kitchen This week gave way to a whole bunch of new tunes from local acts that you [should] know and love. Amy & The Engine Premiere New Single “Last Forever” on Teen Vogue Cousin Stizz Drops New Song “A-World” Oh, Malô Release “Hey, Mr. Paul” off Second Colored EP, Red Kyle Thornton & The Company Uptown Funk You Up Recent Show Reviews Soundtrack to an Indie Romcom: Ryan Montbleau Nick Hakim: Warming Cambridge with “Cold” Local Spotlight Anima! Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.