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Atlas Lab Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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About Atlas Lab

Formed in fall 2014, Boston-based five-piece Atlas Lab came together over street performances and endless winter songwriting retreats. Anchored by lead vocalist Solei’s ethereal, soulful style, the band blends lush psychedelic rock, deep grooves, looped vocals, and traditional folk songwriting to create textured, warm tapestries of sound. The band's first studio EP, “Wake Up Slow,” was released in January 2016 to praise from local, national, and international blogs. It was featured on the “Bandcamp Weekly” online radio show and the “New and Notable” section of Bandcamp's homepage, and earned Atlas Lab a nomination for Deli Magazine's 2016 Indie Pop Act of the Year in 2016 and a spot on Sound of Boston's list of "Boston's Best Local Albums of 2016". In February 2016, they celebrated the release of “Wake Up Slow” in front of a sold-out crowd at The Rockwell in Somerville, MA. Atlas Lab has shared the stage with national acts Lewis Del Mar, Leisure Cruise (members of Broken Social Scene), and Madaila, as well as regional festival regulars Ghosts of Jupiter, Otis Grove, Akashic Record, and countless others. Their tour schedule has brought them all over Massachusetts, New York City, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Cape Cod, and they regularly perform at storied local venues like The Middle East Upstairs, Great Scott, Thunder Road, The Rockwell, Electric Haze. The band will release their first full-length LP, “Glory the Night,” on July 14th, 2017, and host an album release show at The Middle East Upstairs in Cambridge, MA on August 18th, 2017. Somewhere between the woods and the dance floor.
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Genres:
Psych Indie-rock
Hometown:
Boston, Massachusetts

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About Atlas Lab

Formed in fall 2014, Boston-based five-piece Atlas Lab came together over street performances and endless winter songwriting retreats. Anchored by lead vocalist Solei’s ethereal, soulful style, the band blends lush psychedelic rock, deep grooves, looped vocals, and traditional folk songwriting to create textured, warm tapestries of sound. The band's first studio EP, “Wake Up Slow,” was released in January 2016 to praise from local, national, and international blogs. It was featured on the “Bandcamp Weekly” online radio show and the “New and Notable” section of Bandcamp's homepage, and earned Atlas Lab a nomination for Deli Magazine's 2016 Indie Pop Act of the Year in 2016 and a spot on Sound of Boston's list of "Boston's Best Local Albums of 2016". In February 2016, they celebrated the release of “Wake Up Slow” in front of a sold-out crowd at The Rockwell in Somerville, MA. Atlas Lab has shared the stage with national acts Lewis Del Mar, Leisure Cruise (members of Broken Social Scene), and Madaila, as well as regional festival regulars Ghosts of Jupiter, Otis Grove, Akashic Record, and countless others. Their tour schedule has brought them all over Massachusetts, New York City, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Cape Cod, and they regularly perform at storied local venues like The Middle East Upstairs, Great Scott, Thunder Road, The Rockwell, Electric Haze. The band will release their first full-length LP, “Glory the Night,” on July 14th, 2017, and host an album release show at The Middle East Upstairs in Cambridge, MA on August 18th, 2017. Somewhere between the woods and the dance floor.
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Genres:
Psych Indie-rock
Hometown:
Boston, Massachusetts

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