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.
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.
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.
An unexpected reunion tour of The Movielife brought a high energy show to Great Scott with help from The Flatliners & MakeWar.
On Thursday April 27th, Dowsing, on tour with The Exquisites played The Middle East Upstairs with support from Boston area bands, Save Ends and Fightsong.
Dan Andriano (Alkaline Trio/The Falcon) and Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids) performed acoustic songs from both of their bands as well as current solo material and joint material.
Xiu Xiu brought their brand of quiet, loud, quiet experimental noise music to the multi-art facility known as 3S Artspace in Portsmouth, NH on Friday April 14th along with The Boston indie pop 3 piece, Lilith.
Alex Luciano and her bandmate Noah Bowman of Diet Cig executed a power set of fuzz pop anthems at Brighton Music Hall this past weekend.
There was fire in the air at House of Blues in Boston as At The Drive In took the stage with haste and an infectious spirit after a 17 year long wait.