Wavves stopped at Brighton Music Hall to celebrate the release of their new album You’re Welcome for a high energy performance in front of a full house of sweaty dancing fans.
On May 16, Boston was hit with a tidal wave of beach goth rock, as The Growlers unpacked their bags and took over The Sinclair for first of two sold out shows.
From delicate and sweet crooning to full-out diva belting, Tei Shi delivered a complete pop star package to the dark corner bar at the corner of Commonwealth and Harvard Avenue.
Last week Ryan Adams happily whipped the crowd at Blue Hills Bank Pavillion into a frenzy while winding through a long set of classics and newer songs.
Perfume Genius’ set on Saturday proved that it took an entire career to cement bandleader Mike Hadreas’ boldness.
Last weekend the “Onion City” (Winooski, Vermont) was host to the sold-out Waking Windows festival for the seventh year and brought an eclectic mix of music and art to an equally eclectic city.
POND didn’t disappoint, taking the crowd on a cosmic adventure of sound, starting with a strange trip through the mind of opener of Kirin J Callinan.
On May 8, Atlanta garage rock legends the Black Lips played at Brighton Music Hall, just three days after releasing their eighth studio album,
Satan’s Graffiti or God’s Art? Produced by Sean Lennon and starring his mother, Yoko Ono, on the opening track, SGOGA proves that the Black Lips still have some tricks up their sleeve.
An unexpected reunion tour of The Movielife brought a high energy show to Great Scott with help from The Flatliners & MakeWar.
Ten bands hit the stages at ONCE Ballroom for the Boston En Masse festival, and each brought a little something different to the table. Check out our photo review!
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