Clap Your Hands Say Yeah had a meteoric rise thanks to some good timing and an intriguing sound. We interviewed front man Alec Ounsworth before their show.
American Football’s drummer discusses bands as role models and why the band’s breakup was the best thing that’s ever happened to him.
Tagged American Football, anna marketti, brand new, emo, Fugazi, indie, interview, Jesse Lacey, Mike Kinsella, Royale, Steve Lamos
Haasan Barclay has become a staple around Boston’s hip-hop and R&B scene, but his latest EP, “800 Fantasy Lane,” is a carefully arranged psychedelic rock excursion, with darker undertones than the listener first expects.
Lauren Denitzio of punk rock band Worriers answers a couple q’s about the band’s new album, being on tour again, and the art scene in Philly.
Tagged Big Nothing, Dump Him, Fucko, interview, Katie Ellen, lesley university, loone, preview, Soul Glo, Survival Pop, Swanning, Thin Lips, Worriers
Allston Pudding’s Cara DiFabio interviews ANSON RAP$, Boston’s up-and-coming hip hop artist, before his show on Sunday at Sonia in Cambridge.
Bully plays Great Scott in Allston on November 5th. Before they play what’s sure to be a killer set, we caught up with front-woman Alicia Bognanno.
Kara Kokinos and Nandi Rose Plunkett of Half Waif reunite for an emotional open process of rebirth in its many forms.
Tagged adan carlo, esquire, evan stephens hall, form/a, half waif, Julien Baker, kara kokinos, nandi rose plunkett, pinegrove, probable depths, zack levine
What makes Helium’s Mary Timony so, well, Boston? There’s the haunting melodies, witchy lyrics, roots in Allston’s college rock scene… The list goes on.
Tagged 1990s, Allston, Boston, Ex Hex, Helium, Juliana Hatfield, Kim Deal, Local, Mary Timony, Middle East, Wild Flag
Mini Dresses partners with Allston Pudding to premiere and discuss their new video for “Hands Down,” off of their Joy Void released self-titled.
Tagged artwerk666, Converse, Converse Rubber Tracks, dream pop, Great Scott, hands down, ian doerr, joy void, lo-fi, Mini Dresses, release show, self titled
We chatted with Looming about touring, their new album Seed, and dogs before their show tonight at Hardcore Stadium (Elk’s Lodge) in Cambridge!