In anticipation of the July 29th release of their fourth LP, emo/indie rock band Badfellows (NH) give us, “Something Natural.”
By Allston Pudding Staff You may have seen members of Beached Boy as land dwellers with other local projects such as Choke Up and Kitner, but these four are now a part of what they call a “marina rock band”. Combining grit with some breezy pop punk, the band’s first EP, Open Island carries […]
Want to donate some money to help fund a locally created and produce film project about homeless punks around Allston? Here’s your chance!
Taking on some new members for live performances, I Wish I Could Skateboard is heading on a mini-tour in support of their new EP, Alternative Lifestyle, featuring a stop at O’Brien’s on 6/11.
Check out Cult Fiction’s cut throat single before their show next week at Zuzu’s!
Monday will bring some good old fashioned shoegaze to Great Scott.
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A Very Allston Christmas, Vol 2 will host songs from great local talent. All proceeds from the album will be donated to the Greater Boston Food Bank.
Built to Spill brought along some familiar friends on the latest leg of their highly anticipated tour following last year’s release of Untethered Moon.
The Boston Music Awards have announced the nominees for 2016, including Allston Pudding for Best Music Blog. Check out all the nominees here.
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Members of People Like You, Animal Flag, and I Kill Giants, share the debut album of their neo-soul project, Pet Jail.