The power pop band that Pitchfork described last year as having the album on the summer “two months late” are playing at the Sinclair this weekend.
Want to hear great music in a setting that’s a little more intimate than Boston Calling? For over a decade, Club Passim’s four day campfire festival has kicked of the summer with great music from new talent.
Programmers from the Sinclair are selecting bands playing at MayFair this weekend. Here’s another playlist of music videos featuring bands they have selected for the Main Stage:
The Main Stage (Produced by The Sinclair)
12pm Funeral Advantage https://www.facebook.com/Funeraladvantagema
1pm The Luxury http://www.theluxuryband.com
2pm M’Bolo http://www.mboloband.com
3pm Bent Shapes https://www.facebook.com/bentshapes
4pm Freezepop http://www.freezepop.net
5pm The Sheila Divine https://www.facebook.com/thesheiladivine
This year, for the first time, the programmers for the Sinclair have selected bands playing at MayFair, turning it into an astonishing window into great local bands. To get you excited for Sunday’s festival, here’s a selection of music videos featuring each band that will be playing the Church Street Stage:
The Church Street Parking Lot Stage – FiRE + iCE Stage (Produced by The Sinclair)
12pm Grey Season https://www.facebook.com/GreySeason
1pm Vundabar https://www.facebook.com/Vundabar
2pm The Novel Ideas http://www.thenovelideas.com
3pm Parks http://www.parksband.com
4pm Hallelujah The Hills http://www.hallelujahthehills.com
5pm Air Traffic Controller http://www.airtrafficcontrollermusic.com
In “Stories We Tell” the director, who comes from a clan of actors and artists, interviews and otherwise explores and interesting family mysteries. While this is interesting, it’s the broader examination of the way we construct narratives for others and ourselves that is particularly fascinating. (And, given the circumstances of the film making, very meta, without dwelling there for its own sake.)
(side note, both the director and her father will be familiar to those fortunate enough to have followed the Canadian series Slings and Arrows)
This film is currently available to stream on Netflix and Epix.
Director: Sarah Polley Cinematographer: Iris Ng
(In honor of #IFFBOSTON each day of the festival I’ll post a capsule review of an alumni film)