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Boston soul revivalists Lake Street Dive are technically proficient and refined to the point that it's alarming. Sweet as the sticking points on their national, 2010 debut ("Don't Make Me Hold Your Hand," "Got Me Fooled") and ensuing covers EP two years later ("Rich Girl," "Faith," "Let Me Roll It") were, the New England Conservatory graduates appeared to be holding something back. Until now. February's
From Lake Street Dive's initial presence on TV and radio, one might have guessed their major influences included Manhattan Transfer. But it turns out that, even though this foursome is jazz-trained, the references permeating Bad Self Portraits lean far more toward Motown, Stax, Muscle Shoals and Tapestry-era Carole King, not to mention the British Invasion...
Brooklyn's Lake Street Dive pull off retro while still sounding very contemporary. Perhaps that's because the band's various influences (classic pop/rock, R&B and jazz) are funnelled through the songwriting of three members and the pipes of the fourth - powerful vocalist Rachael Price - resulting in their own sound. Many of the best songs (including the opening title track) were written by Bridget Kearney, whose slow, creeping bass line on Better Than is addictive...
February 21, 2014 Lake Street Dive's initials may spell "LSD," but the Massachusetts-bred quartet are mostly tripping on Motown-meets-Muscle Shoals soul nostalgia, while frontwoman Rachael Price's big voice triggers flashbacks of Amy Winehouse and her forebears. These are all pluses on their breakout LP, which shows a band so in command of its style that it rarely feels like shtick - and even when it does, it's tight, fun and feisty...
The originally Boston-based band Lake Street Dive (now headquartered in Brooklyn) is poised for the big time. After attracting 1.2 million hits on YouTube for a sidewalk rendition video cover of the Jackson 5's "I Want You Back", recorded in 2012, the band's star track has been ascending rapidly. Not only is the band now playing the likes of Carnegie Hall, the group, appeared last year as part of an all-star concert to promote the Coen Brothers' film Inside Llewyn Davis...
Lake Street Dive, a Brooklyn-based four-piece emerging from the jazzy enclaves of New England College of Music, was originally conceived as a pop side-project. With an unusual lineup including vocalist Rachael Price, upright bassist Bridget Kearney, trumpet/guitar player Mike Olson and drummer Mike Calabrese, the band was named after a street of dive bars in Minneapolis...
Formed while its four members were studying at the New England Conservatory, Lake Street Dive was originally conceived as a "free-country" side project, portending something like a fusion between Ornette Coleman and Dolly Parton. Yet the group's sound has meandered away from that initial concept like all the best musical improvisations tend to...
So many bands tend to fall back on easy covers projects when their originals well has run dry, but this is not the case for Lake Street Dive on their new EP, Fun Machine (Signature Sounds), is a project with five covers and one original song. Lake Street Dive, a quartet of musicians who connected while students at Boston's New England Conservatory, bring a fresh flavor to the covers canon while maintaining each song's original vibe...
Boston's Lake Street Dive have had an amazing year, buoyed largely by the release of their third and eponymously titled album in the fall of 2010. To capitalize on this critically lauded endeavor, the band has decided to offer to their fans not only a 52-minute live album as a digital download, but a concert video of the very same show as an extra bonus through their Web site...
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