Last week, Oakland-based bedroom pop band Jay Som played The Sinclair in support of their newest record, Everybody Works, with opening acts Stef Chura and Soccer Mommy.
On Sunday September 10th, Long Island American Rock band Bayside played at Paradise Rock Club, along with Massachusetts’ own Potty Mouth. Currently on tour for the 10th anniversary of their acclaimed 2007 release, The Walking Wounded, Bayside is a veteran act with an extremely loyal fan base.
This August, Philly five-piece Sheer Mag brought their unmistakable 70’s-tinged rock to The Sinclair, joined by opening bands Haram and Lost Balloons.
This July, a storm of a show descended on Boston when fans were treated to Palm with Palberta and Horse Jumper of Love at Great Scott.
SWMRS put on a stellar show opening for All Time Low at House of Blues.
The legend Tom Petty played packed shows at TD Garden last week and made his way through 40 years of hits in front of the jubilant crowds.
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.