Boston Hassle presents, Music

GO TO: DREAMSCAPE 15, Saturday 6/30 @ Hope Central Church, JP All Ages

Let's go free diving


Poster by Allison Tanenhaus

When it’s hot out enough to jump into a pool, but too late in the day for pools to be open, find the antidote at DreamScape 15. Take the deep dive and listen to what the world is like underwater with us at Hope Church on Centre Street, JP, 6/30, at 8pm.

Bringing a hefty Vermont x NY tuna sandwich to Boston, M.V & P.G of WET TUNA give us the feeling of being a kid stuck in our bed room while listening to our parents hold a rager downstairs that we are too young to be present for. Distant sounds move from ellagic rock to psychedelic, meditative, folk bluegrass – which is to say, the orgy portion of our parents adult party. Don’t miss out on that feeling of knowing something is going on in the room downstairs without understanding exactly what that thing is. Tap into the band’s latest sensations with their release Livin’ the Die. Listen to it, buy it, ask them about it at Dreamscape, all starting here:

With Wet Tuna, we find ourselves introverts by accident; with Floricane we are introverts by design. Minerva, a Boston artist via Brazil, creates a space for meditative Celtic relaxation so that you can feel your scalp and brain get massaged at the same time. Floricane’s glittering tones will help you recede and expand. As this physical process happens, ask yourself all the questions you have been meaning to confront, break yourself down a little bit so you can build yourself back up. All this and more is what Floricane can do for you, if you’re willing to try. For more, listen to her new album, Anxiety, on Spotify.

Before we exhaust our capacity for reliving repressed memories and astral projection for one night, let Boston’s own Clara Rose’s neo-soul offerings keep you present. Indulge in open and airy vocals set to a reliable groove and the right amount of distortion. Keep an eye out for her debut EP “No Such Thing” dropping this August.

A cosmic malfunction of tubular bells and acoustic guitars, FRIGID is the quiet kid on the block that secretly collects the best hobbies. Giving us a sonic experience reto-future film, let Frigid take you to a place where no one can hear you scream. Can’t get enough? Frigid will have more with new music coming out July 1st @ midnight

Visuals to warp you mind to by James Coyne:

Doors at 8pm. Music at 8:30. $10 Suggested Donation. 85 Seaverns Ave in Jamaica Plain. You are welcome to park in the lot across the street. See you soon!


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