A raging storm only made last Wednesday’s Gorillaz show at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion all the more special. Check out our photos!
Given a studio with more space, All Talk decided to turn their songwriting inward while pushing their sound into wider areas. Stream it before its Friday release.
Haasan Barclay has dropped “Live For You,” a soulful, understated guitar ballad that might already be the love song of Summer 2017.
Want to donate some money to help fund a locally created and produce film project about homeless punks around Allston? Here’s your chance!
Check out “Stimulate,” the relaxing new single from Boston rapper TheLastGekko.
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The cornerstone of Boston’s expanding dance scene returns for its eighth year.
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Ten bands hit the stages at ONCE Ballroom for the Boston En Masse festival, and each brought a little something different to the table. Check out our photo review!
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Illegally Blind is putting on the 3rd Boston En Masse Festival this Saturday, April 29th at the ONCE Ballroom in Somerville.
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Dad Jeans messes with our heads in his visually-intriguing new music video, directed by himself, Liv Slaughter and Haasan Barclay.
Haasan Barclay and Michael Christmas, two treasures of Boston’s local rap scene, have collaborated on another track that flexes Barclay’s skills as a songwriter and producer and Christmas’s infectious wordplay.