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From brooding country to sunny psychedelia, dancey R&B to matte-black punk, local artists that will make you sit up and listen.
It’s all so good that you likely won’t fixate on how removed it sounds from the calculated, baroque and wistful Belle and Sebastian of old.
The album sounds massive from a recording standpoint, with layer upon layer of sounds and styles piled within each song in a way that would ...
Bingham is a world-weary journeyman, playing roots music that’s equally comforting and fragile.
Like every Sleater-Kinney album, No Cities to Love sounds like nothing else that came before it in the band’s catalog.
The local record label celebrates with a two-day weekend showcase at the Double Down.
Also, Bounty Hunter Brothers and Jack and the B-Fish perform to support new records.
Backstage Bar & Billiards hosted a country-punk jam on January 15.
Is Mariah on top, or did Elvis or Celine churn out more No. 1 hits?
The crew hosts a disco-themed Funk Winter party this weekend. Get the deets here!
Fresh off Guster Day in Boston, the band visits the House of Blues with Kishi Bashi on January 22.
I didn’t plan on spending Friday night pressed against the Bunkhouse stage, but nothing else made sense.
The House of Blues show had one fan longing for the Smith Center.
Animal Collective member Noah Lennox' latest is more accessible than his previous works.
Plus, Mercy Music and No Red Alice hit the road, too.