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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See the Sydney psych-rock band for free and come home with a sweet souvenir!
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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Prepare for more stateside Nao devotees and far fewer questions about how to pronounce her name.
With Puberty 2, Mitski solidifies her position as one of the most powerful and authentic voices in music today.
Mitski shares the video for her single “Your Best American Girl.”
By Deanna Archetto Their show at the Middle East last year felt like the last time we’d see Wolf Alice at a venue that small, but Fenway Recordings managed to recreate that intimate feeling at Brighton Music Hall last night without skimping on the energy. Since 2004, Fenway Recordings has brought international acts to intimate venues […]
Ok, drop everything and listen to the new Mitski single, “Your Best American Girl,” released yesterday on Dead Oceans.
We saw Martin Courtney at Brighton Music Hall and made the mistake of sending his biggest fan.