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).
Tagged Haerts, Hopeless Romantic, Hotel Paper, interview, michelle branch, Mitski, patrick carney, Phoebe Bridgers, the black keys, The Spirit Room, The Wreckers, Vanessa Carlton, Verve Records, Warner Brothers
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!
Be warned: if Hot Topic, pentagrams, liberal use of black eyeliner, and a fascination with death aren’t your thing, you might not like this.
Ever thought about writing for Allston Pudding? Didn’t know how to join? You’ve come to the right place.
Ahead of their show at Brighton Music Hall on June 30th, Bat House releases documentary-style footage of “Yarn” and “Woods” from the Rubber Tracks studio.
Between fears over whether she was “going to be a rock star” at Berklee and frequent Flat Patties trips, pronoun is a truly Boston-born project.
We sat down with Shabazz, co-owner of MassApparel and producer, to discuss growing up in Brockton, serving in Afghanistan, and settling down in Allston.
While on their way down from Canada to Boston for their show at Brighton Music Hall tonight Chastity Belt answered a few questions Allston Pudding had about their new album I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone and their subsequent tour.
Tagged Catfish, Chastity Belt, coldplay, David Sedaris, I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone, Jennifer Usovicz, Jumbo's, Nickelback, Olive Garden, The Bachelor, Theft By Finding, time to go home, Up and Vanished