Allston Pudding’s Karen Muller reviews Colleen Green at the Middle East Upstairs on August 24th.
Future Teens’ Daniel Radin and Amy Hoffman chat with AP about upcoming EP “Bored and Alone”, the band’s new lineup, and the magic of summer-bummer rock.
Forth Wanderers fill us in on their latest EP (one of our favorites of 2016!) ahead of their show at Great Scott.
Read through and stream our staff’s favorite songs of the year!
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We recount our top 20 favorite albums of 2016 with write ups from our staff on each one. Dive into some lesser known artists paired with timeless favorites.
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Dilly Dally’s Katie Monks digs into her tour mindset and songwriting process in advance of the band’s May 4th show at Brighton Music Hall.
At home in Northampton, Potty Mouth talks local hype, the meaning of pop, and what’s next.
Talk about new starts: Bent Shapes have a new single, upcoming album, and new record label to their name.
As everyone processes the passing of one the most creative beings this world has been lucky enough to see, we tried to shed a little positivity. Join The Pudding while we share our favorite Bowie songs.
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Northampton lo-fi pop artist Lost Film debuts “Assurance” off new release The Temporary EP