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!
We wrap up our favorite albums of 2017 with reflections on our top 20 albums. Spoiler alert: SZA.
Four bands fueled by singer-songwriters heat up Thunder Road tomorrow, in an evening so toasty you can put away that heated blanket your mom mailed you.
The golden oldies, the country’s all-ages scenes, and getting signed to Warner Bros. before your 21st birthday– Genessa Gariano of The Regrettes gets real.
Lauren Denitzio of punk rock band Worriers answers a couple q’s about the band’s new album, being on tour again, and the art scene in Philly.
Chelsea Wolfe’s sold out show at the Sinclair involved an impending sense of doom, multi-talented metal musicians in their prime, and totally loyal fans.
Emo bands who feature a vibraphone and lyrics about the Food Network don’t come along everyday. But Death Party’s first single “Perennials” has you covered.
The perfect show to get you hyped for Halloween: Chelsea Wolfe plays a sold out Sinclair with Youth Code tonight, October 19th.
Fitz Ross Productions, the makers of Spare Room Sessions, says farewell with one last sesh: the incredibly beautiful “Leaving” by Saccharine.
Boston pop-punkers Save Ends release single “Heavy Hearts” ahead of their 10/13 album, then answer a few questions about their own hearts.