- 10/2 – Improv Comedy Night with Buddy Buddy + Eri/yn @ Do317 Lounge
- 10/4 – FFFTF w/ Borrow Tomorrow @ ONC
- 10/4 – Free First Friday @ Do317 Lounge w/ Woodstove Flapjacks
- 10/5 – The Lumineers @ The Lawn at WRSP
- 10/5 – Plaid Dragon + KO @ Do317 Lounge
- 10/7 – The Parkington Sisters + Tall Tall Trees @ Do317 Lounge
- 10/10 – Gregory Alan Isakov
- 10/11 – Angel Olsen
- 10/12 – Paleface @ Do317 Lounge
- 10/16 – An Evening with AG, Garrison Starr and Maia Sharp
- 11/1 – City and Colour
- 11/2 – Kate Nash + Le Sera
- 11/9 – Joe Pug
After two years of near perpetual touring, Boston quartet The Wandas finally made it back into the studio to record a new album. Spontaneity and road chops were the name of the game once holed up in MixArt Studios with producer/Dears guitarist Patrick Krief and a slew of vintage gear. Eschewing studio trickery, all harmony vocals were recorded around a single microphone and the entire project was recorded in six days with an assist from members of The Stills, Stars and The Dears, while veteran engineer Dave Schiffman (Tom Petty, Johnny Cash) handled the mixing responsibilities.
The self-titled release has an August 30th shelf date, and if lead single Forever And Ever is any indication, The Wandas’ breakthrough may be upon us. The song is both effortless and timeless, the kind of thing Tom Petty used to knock out at will, and a slice of music so perfect that you need not be surprised if you end up standing next to your parents the next time The Wandas swing through your town.