Newport Folk Fest 2017 promises to be another politically charged, unifying event.
At Sonia on Tuesday night, Now, Now showed no signs of rust after a prolonged break from touring.
When we’re tallying up favorite shows at the end of the year, (Sandy) Alex G’s show at the Sinclair will surely be among the top of the list.
A rain-delayed Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit set was worth the wait.
Three of our writers and one of our photographers at Boston Calling discuss the highs (Chance, The XX, and… uh, Tool?) and lows (2/3rds of Migos, rain in general) of the 2017 edition.
[placeholder for a better excerpt on social media that’ll interest people in our Boston Calling preview and mesh well with SEO or whatever]
Pinegrove’s set at The Sinclair last week was full of heartfelt lyricism and goofy humor.
At the first of two shows at the Sinclair, Hurray for the Riff Raff, moved and moved forward.
Boston Calling’s talent buyer discusses the 2017 edition.
It is hard to feel good about anything right now. The Lemon Twigs provided necessary respite from a particularly somber day.