John Moreland brought the pain of the South to New England on Thursday June 8th at the Sinclair in Harvard Square.
After testing the waters at The Middle East Upstairs last November during their Underplay tour, The Orwells returned to Boston to promote their latest album, Terrible Human Beings, at The Sinclair.
British duo Royal Blood kicked off their U.S tour with a sold out show at Paradise Rock Club on June 2nd.
Portugal. The Man took the stage with an all music, no bullshit attitude to open their tour at House of Blues here in Boston last week.
Suitcase Junket came through town last week touring on his new album Pile Driver (out on Signature Sounds now) in front of an excited crowd at the Sinclair.
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.