New music for Boston's winter of discontent

Cold brewed
By MICHAEL MAROTTA  |  December 30, 2011

Pet Munkee
PRIMATE POP Turn off the lights and watch the skuzzy surf-pop of Darling Pet Munkee glow in the dark January 14 at Radio.

Like clockwork, Old Man Winter is here to fuck us up something proper. But between the frigid now and March's South-by-Spring Break — a two-and-a-half month stretch of shoveling shit for snow in the driveways of Somerville, the alleys of Cambridge, and the dirty streets of Allston — we don our rock parkas and embrace the chilly. Cinderella once warned us of a Long Cold Winter, but that doesn't mean new, uplifting Boston sounds can't get sprung before spring. Here are 10 record-release parties from both newcomers and veterans of our city, dropping new music from now until March's thaw.  

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