The Killers put on an exciting, high energy show at the TD Garden, delighting an audience that sang along to every single word.
Who among 20-somethings doesn’t jump to the ceiling when “Mr. Brightside” starts playing? The Killers are back in Boston.
THELASTGEKKO is a local rapper and producer who makes dreamy, tripped-out beats soul-searching lyrics. We sat down with him to talk about his music in anticipation for the release of his new single, “Onomatopoeia.”
We celebrate and discuss our favorite songs of 2017 from Big Thief to Priests to SZA to Ibeyi. Stream them in a handy Spotify playlist too!
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We wrap up our favorite albums of 2017 with reflections on our top 20 albums. Spoiler alert: SZA.
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Haasan Barclay has become a staple around Boston’s hip-hop and R&B scene, but his latest EP, “800 Fantasy Lane,” is a carefully arranged psychedelic rock excursion, with darker undertones than the listener first expects.
Jeffrey Innes from Yukon Blonde sat down with us to discuss the band’s upcoming new music, breakups and the benefits of working with plenty of space.
The music of King Krule, aka Archy Marshall, evokes early Billy Bragg filtered through an electronic jazz lens. Last Thursday, he had the whole of the Paradise singing along.
Weaves shook the walls of the Middle East on Friday night, making the entire club feel like a much larger arena. They found a good balance between their older tracks and those from their new album.
Drew Thompson of Single Mothers talks about the uncertainty the band faced in making their new album, college towns and drinking culture.
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