We chatted with L.A. via Boston band GUPPY about visual art, their talented cat, and the trials and tribulations of making a living as a rock n’ roll star.
Angus Andrew of Liars discusses lineup changes, how bands are like marriages, and the role of computers in the song-making process.
This Cambridge-native Emcee, King Fiya, tells us the tale of his city, while delivering his debut album, “Money Dreaming.”
Infinity Girl says goodbye with Somewhere, Nice Someday with a final show at Middle East Upstairs on Saturday. Read our interview ahead of the show.
Deny May’s latest LP is a cosmic love trip. We caught up with the Mississippi bred, LA based crooner to discuss his new album, what goes into a Dent May starter kit and his classic stoner Christmas song.
Boston-bred rapper, NIck Shea, is debuting his first album and all we need is two minutes to listen to it. Not literally, though.
Michelle Branch is done with pop gigs and being held hostage by big labels. AP talks rock and standing your ground ahead of her show at the Paradise (8/9).
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An introspection of the loneliness of Boston summers in the timeline of Palehound’s album releases.
Newport Folk Fest 2017 promises to be another politically charged, unifying event.
AP talked seasons, states, and Sunny F.L. with Kaley Honeycutt, the singer/founder of Boston-via-Orlando beach rock band, Baby!