The Fenway Recordings Sessions series continues this Thursday, September 5th with DIRTY BEACHES, aka Alex Zhang Hungtai. Started as a one-man band in Montreal in 2005, DIRTY BEACHES uses a combination of drone instrumentals, film scores, and elements of popular music like blues, rockabilly, soul, R&B, and hip hop to create a unique sound. His music has received praise from some of the industry’s most influential voices, including multiple features from Pitchfork, Stereogum, Spinner, and The Wall Street Journal. His latest project is Drifters/Love Is The Devil. Get tickets to his show at Church HERE. Just added to the Fenway Recordings Sessions fall line up is Australian American singer-songwriter and musician, BETTY WHO. Her debut single, "Somebody Loves You," was premiered by pop music blogger and, at-the-time, official Grammy blogger Arjan Writes last November. The song garnered immediate praise, spreading quickly online and being featured by other well-known outlets including Socialite Life, Pop On And On, and Popservations. A music video, directed by Evan Savitt, was released on January 22, 2013, and an official remix by acclaimed indie pop producer FM Attack was released on March 11, 2013. Betty Who's debut EP, titled "The Movement," premiered on Billboard on April 9, 2013, one week prior to its April 16 official release date. “Idolator” described the EP as "A spine-tinglingly euphoric 80's pop nugget," indie pop blog All Things Go claimed she was "charting new musical territory," and the famous UK outlet Popjustice called it "the best proper EP so far of 2013." Get tickets to the show HERE and check out a full list of upcoming Fenway Recordings Sessions shows on our Facebook.