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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Alternative Indie

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"Weekly Playlist #20: Magic Man, Vary Lumar, Bear Language, Burglary Years"

"Expect a great year ahead" - The Boston Phoenix


"Bear Language Announces SXSW Debut and Spring Tour Dates"

"Bear Language’s live experience leaves a lasting impression" - Music News Nashville


"Tunecrush: Bear Language "Mary Go Round""

"Looking forward to hearing this on the road and at SXSW this year!" - Groove Loves Melody


"Bear Language "The Factory" | New Music"

"Unique sound and approach to songwriting" - StupidDOPE


"Bear Language – The Factory"

"The track's heavy riffs and intense choruses pay homage to Zach de la Rocha and Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine" - Hypetrak


"Tunecrush: Bear Language "The Factory""

"When the chorus hits on this track, it hits eleven! 2013 is quickly becoming the year of the rock trio for me with very enjoyable releases by Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Sananda Maitreya’s latest, and now Bear Language." - Groove Loves Melody


"Artist of the Week - Bear Language"

"One of the most promising rock trios known for their heavy yet groovy sound and explosive live sets" - Chill Music Every Day


"Bear Language Premieres New Single "The Factory" Today"

"The trio portrays an eclectic sound with each song" - AltSounds


"SXSW: Bear Language Recap"

// - Soundboard.fm


"STREAM: BEAR LANGUAGE – “THE FACTORY”"

"The Factory hits hard with powerful riffs, groovy basslines and infectious choruses." - Under The Gun Review


"Bear Language – Mary Go Round | New Music"

"This shit is too dope for you to be ignoring" - StupidDOPE


"HYPETRAK Premiere: Bear Language – Mary Go Round"

"A powerful combination of heavy rock sounds and dancefloor-friendly funk" - Hypetrak


"Indie Basics: Are You Speaking Bear Language Yet?"

How can only three musicians on a stage create a massive wall of sound? Bear Language. That’s how.
- Indie Basics


"Acid Ted: Bon Iver – Towers (Lex Remix) by Bear Language"

Brave and challenging - Acid Ted


"Music Box Pete Blog: Artist Spotlight: Bear Language"

The band has a unique and innovative playing style, and their music ventures into prog-rock territory on some tracks like "The Ventriloquist Part 1" and "Part 2" that give the group a great deal of leverage and make them stand out prominently among all the other bands from the pack.

I've heard of this band previously only by name and have never gotten the opportunity to check out their music, but so I did just last night and it left quite an indelible impression on me with its vibrant rhythms and solid lyricism. - Music Box Pete Blog


"Aerial Noise: Bear Language - The Ventriloquist"

The Ventriloquist EP has all the hallmarks of unrivalled capability and is consummate with original composition use and expert vocal structure that is on par with the greats that we all know and love. - Aerial Noise


"Berklee Groove: Bear Language and Helicopria Rock Club Church"

The crowd loved the driving beats and the soulfulness in their playing.

Ian, Archi, and Luca have a sort of magical chemistry as a band, and are definitely worth seeing live. - Berklee Groove


"The Saint Rose Chronicle: Indie Band Bear Language Makes Debut in Albany"

"Their presences on stage were perhaps what made their set one of the most zealous of the night. It was clear to see the members of Bear Language fed off each other while performing, pushing each other to play harder and louder. Bear Language’s enthusiastic demeanors were infectious as they bounced around stage. Not even a broken guitar string could stop the high-octane trio from doing what they loved." - The Saint Rose Chronicle


"Soundboard Boston: Bear Language - Hibernation"

Through their songwriting, they have a very rare intangibility that makes them especially unique in a landscape of smaller bands mired in mediocrity. - Soundboard Boston


"Soundboard Boston: Bear Language interview"

We feel very privileged to have met this collection of humble and skilled musicians, so make sure to hit play. - Soundboard Boston


"BANDxCITY: Bear Language"

"A unique local Boston based band, that will more than likely be making rounds and headlines at next year’s CMJ 2013 showcases. Yep, I’m calling it." - BANDxCITY


"Deli Magazine New England: Bear Language Play Cafe 939 9.15"

Be on the lookout for a brand new Bear Language album coming soon. - Deli Magazine New England


"Ryan's Smashing Life: Bear Language - RSL's ONE TO WATCH - RED-HOT RIGHT NOW"

I caught these kids live the other day and enjoyed it so much I sought out another of their sets just a few short days later. They really stand out in a crowd. A pair of the new songs in their live set were simply mesmerizing. Others were capable of making even the most stiff hipsters move (guilty). From what I understand, the guys have been working on recording for the last four months and have as many as 20 tracks written and many recorded for a debut record. This is getting in on the ground early and I tell you - this band is already worth seeing and they're only getting better. This is going to be really, really good! - Ryan's Smashing Life


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Bio

Boston’s rising alternative rock trio Bear Language is creating a new movement in sound. Drawing from the grooves of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, melodies of Radiohead, and riffs of Rage Against the Machine, the eclectic group is gearing up to release their debut full-length album. Industry legend Joe Lambert (Animal Collective, Dirty Projectors, Local Natives) offered his expertise in mastering the upcoming album. The first two singles off the album, “Mary Go Round” and “The Factory,” were premiered by Hypetrak and are now available at www.bearlanguage.com.

In March 2013, the band toured across the country and made their SXSW debut, continuing to wow audiences with their raw energetic live performance. Accolades for the band include The Deli Magazine naming Bear Language in the Top 10 Best New England Acts of 2012, as well as the band being selected among the Top Artists on Red Bull Soundstage by SPIN Magazine and Indie Shuffle.