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Dan Webb and the Spiders

Dan Webb and the Spiders celebrate ten years of activity with new record "Be Alright"

Great garage rock can never die, not in ten years, not in a hundred, Boston’s Dan Webb and the Spiders are just one of the many examples of the genre’s lasting power. The four-piece band’s brand new record Be Alright continues the group’s sonic race, displaying along the way the dauntless guitar solos, reverb-soaked choruses, and enthusiastic drum beats that have characterized the band for the last ten years. Be Alright has both energy and variety with tracks like “Best Regret” displaying the remnants of pop punk’s influence on bands active during the end of the last decade. “Notice” is an unexpectedly slow track with delicate piano notes, a bit of reflection perhaps for the group. Dan Webb and the Spiders have got in their hands now a record that reflects their storied history and serves up their music more refined than ever before. Dan Webb and the Spiders’ music video for the title track is streaming below. - Rene Cobar

Dan Webb and the Spiders Release Single, Play Middle East

On August 9th, Boston four-piece Dan Webb and the Spiders will officially release their split 7” with Beach Party. Webb’s side of the single will feature three (yes three) new songs from the Spiders, which in it of itself is an achievement. It probably helps that most of the band’s songs are under two minutes, but Webb and his boys pack a hell of a lot into those two minutes. Just take a listen to “No Country,” which is 114 seconds of pure rock n’ roll. The band will celebrate the release with an August 9th show at Cambridge club The Middle East. Stream “No Country” below. – Josh Johnson


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