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Video Premiere: Dylan Ewen – ‘Fkuu Me’
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Jamaica Plain's resident sad boy Dylan Ewen knows how to get emotional in the grooviest way possible. The BUFU Records jack-of-all-trades often croons about the perils of heartbreak, failure, and boredom in the most blunt way possible, which, in some misery-loves-company type of way, ends up translating into some pretty sweet party music. More
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Bastille hangs on Ralph’s Balcony with To Kill A King
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Ralph from UK act To Kill A King is fond of playing live with his friends 15 floors up in his flat in London. Unfortunately, he couldn't fit all of his guests on the balcony for a recent performance of "Choices." Fortunately, he found a garden spot where he, Bastille, Emily Wood and a slew of others helped transform "Choices" from a just another song into a lovely summer memory.
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Lunch Dates with Kate: ‘Top Chef’ Contestant and Sweet Cheeks Owner Tiffani Faison
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Sweet Cheeks Q is not only the home of some ballin' biscuits and authentic BBQ, it's also the home to Tiffani Faison - Bravo's "Top Chef" contestant extraordinaire. I got the chance to sit with Tiffani at her Fenway restaurant to find out just how this "Top Chef" favorite fell into the biz. Check out my one-on-one lunch date with Tiffani right here on the Wire. And don't worry, no biscuits were harmed during the course of this interview. More
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Thousands of Music Archive Videos Added to YouTube, Includes Classic Boston Performances
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A live performance is a moment in time, ephemeral and impossible to explain to others. In most cases, you had to be there to understand the magic. This truth comes hard to the many fans, young and old, of classic bands from decades past — we may never again see a bell-bottomed Roger Daltrey and swinging his microphone around the stage, or Ray Charles charming the pants off a stadium crowd — but in a digital age, all hope is not lost. More
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‘Sharknado 2′ Trailer Released, And It’s About Exactly What You Would Expect
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If you're still not in on the joke a year later, allow me to do a bit of spoiling here: nobody actually thought that "Sharknado" was a good movie. It was really quite noticeably bad, so the funny part was how attracted everyone was to it, and if you still are confused, well then I can't really help you. With that off my chest, I must now spoil for you the fact that nobody really likes Shark Week all that much anymore either, but it's a cool thing to pretend to get all excited about every year except when someone tells you to "live every week like it's Shark Week," which doesn't really make any sense at all. More
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Yoko Ono Dazzles With Unbelievably Poor Glastonbury Performance
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A Google search on “Yoko Ono” will take you to what many Twitter and Reddit users are hastily declaring the “Worst Performance of All Time.” A little over a week ago, Ono made it to the stage of UK music festival Glastonbury 2014 with indie rock group Yo La Tengo, and opted to squeal her way through 1969 track “Don’t Worry, Kyoko.” More
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Video: Mark Wahlberg and Fellow Cast Members Talk ‘Transformers’
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Mark Wahlberg alert! Boston's golden boy typically has a million projects going on at once, but this summer, perhaps his biggest is his lead role in "Transformers: Age of Extinction." BDCwire had the chance to catch up with the actor at this year's CinemaCon out in Las Vegas, and he described this installment in the "Transformers" series and how it differs from the rest. More