Whether you hate, feel indifferent or LOVE this day of love, Lemuria and Mikey Erg have you covered ahead of their show tonight at The Sinclair.
We talk with the young Allston label about coming up with their name at The Model, fostering a community of musicians, and a future of doing whatever feels right.
The singer/songwriter/member of Quilt and Woods discusses his upcoming solo record, isolation in New Hampshire, and fighting Satan.
We talked with Joe O’Brien of Hands and Knees about changes to the Boston Basement scene, having kids, and what it’s like to be a ten year old band.
The D.C. band shares tips on how to be politically productive before their Great Scott show on February 4th.
Writer/musician/show promoter Dan Bogosian offers his opinion and experience on the age-old question of “are successful mixed-bill shows possible?”
We discuss the return of P.O.S. amidst nationwide protest, neo-nazis getting punched, and the Minneapolis rapper’s latest album release.
It’s Allison Crutchfield’s ability to find something redeemable in the grayness of life that allows Tourist In This Town feel so much like home.
This list of events will be reposted and added to in the near future!
We discuss the threat of nuclear weapons and recording a score for the apocalypse with Stuart Braithwaite of celebrated post rock act Mogwai.