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Studio 52 is a community artist space located in the heart of Allston, and is proud to support the Boston music scene and local artist community.


It was impossible to not hear Sidney Gish in 2017. The emerging indie-pop songwriter provided that irresistible vocal hook to Camino 84’s standout jam “Sounds Fake But Ok”, perfected her own sounds via the 617 Sessions (giving us one of our fave tracks of the year in “Presumably Dead Arm”), and pretty much stole the show at the Boston Music Awards in December. The year ahead appears all sorts of promising, as Gish celebrated the New Year with the December 31 release of new album No Dogs Allowed, and it’s already getting national looks. We’re not here to review it, we’re here to endorse it; with a snow day set to grip Massachusetts, pop it on your preferred digital player and drift away to a mental state where chill has nothing to do with the weather outside. Featured Sidney Gish image by Hester Konrad, via Gish’s Facebook/Soundcloud.

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