A raging storm only made last Wednesday’s Gorillaz show at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion all the more special. Check out our photos!
At Sonia on Tuesday night, Now, Now showed no signs of rust after a prolonged break from touring.
When we’re tallying up favorite shows at the end of the year, (Sandy) Alex G’s show at the Sinclair will surely be among the top of the list.
Woods came to Brighton Music Hall on 7/2/17 for a good time with their musical family John Andrews & The Yawns and Cut Worms.
A rain-delayed Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit set was worth the wait.
BJ Barham, formerly of American Aquarium, graced the stage of The Middle East Upstairs with a set of songs about his personal struggles and triumphs as well as those of his family before him.
A recap of this year’s Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival in Eau Claire, WI, which brought Bon Iver, Chance the Rapper Sylvan Esso, & more into the forest!
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Tigers Jaw, Saintseneca and Smidley brought it in front of a lucky Boston crowd with zany stage antics, balloons and a ton of energy, creating a party atmosphere to give their run of shows a proper sendoff.
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.