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.
Ahead of their show at Brighton Music Hall on June 30th, Bat House releases documentary-style footage of “Yarn” and “Woods” from the Rubber Tracks studio.
Wavves stopped at Brighton Music Hall to celebrate the release of their new album You’re Welcome for a high energy performance in front of a full house of sweaty dancing fans.
The cornerstone of Boston’s expanding dance scene returns for its eighth year.
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On May 8, Atlanta garage rock legends the Black Lips played at Brighton Music Hall, just three days after releasing their eighth studio album,
Satan’s Graffiti or God’s Art? Produced by Sean Lennon and starring his mother, Yoko Ono, on the opening track, SGOGA proves that the Black Lips still have some tricks up their sleeve.
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.
NY’s Charly Bliss brought the guitar theatrics, we brought a camera. Check out our slideshow from their BMH show.
We sat down with Kurt Wagner, prolific songwriter of Lambchop, to discuss Flying Lotus, spouses in politics, and that pesky “alt-country” association ahead of their show Tuesday.
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.
Slothrust plays Brighton Music Hall this week, and we caught up with Leah Wellbaum ahead of the show.
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