The great Swedish twee pop wonder Jens Lekman returned to Boston Wednesday night, complete with a new album and his most lively show to date.
Some (i.e. me) have waited over six years to see The Radio Dept. in Boston. Was it worth the wait? (yes, it was dope, but read this review still)
Thundercat brought his Drunk tour to The Paradise last week, making us question reality via bass-playing and Uber drivers.
Sad 13, Bellows, Christian Holden & Horse Jumper Of Love teamed up for an intimate show at Once Ballroom presented by Once and Allston Pudding.
OG Swaggerdick headlined a night of great rap at Great Scott, presented by Allston Pudding and The EarthKwake.
Two time “Hip Hop Artist of the Year” winner, Moe Pope, and the reigning “Studio Producer of the Year”, The Arcitype, released their sophomore album Torch Song with a party at Middle East Upstairs.
Self-taught musician Aly Spaltro (known by her stage name, Lady Lamb) played a captivating set to a respectfully attentive and sold out crowd at The Sinclair on Friday night.
From the bottom of a staircase in El Paso to belated internet hype, Cigarettes After Sex asserted their keep as rising names at Great Scott in January.
It is hard to feel good about anything right now. The Lemon Twigs provided necessary respite from a particularly somber day.
Spelling put on a stellar show last week to celebrate the release of their new album at Great Scott, with help from friends Idiot Genes and Jack Onasis.