Three strong, sober artists will share their music and stories of recovery at Singing Sober, an intimate open-mic and showcase, on March 31 at Lilypad.
It’s not your fault. Everyone’s just jealous that you got tickets to the sold out Laura Stevenson/Adult Mom/Me in Capris show and they didn’t.
Diarrhea Planet, Vundabar, and Lilith help close out of one the craziest years we can remember.
Kurt Vile’s set at The Sinclair floated between loud massive tracks to quiet reflective tunes, but the power of his music rang true throughout.
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It’s been a big winter for punk rock in the Boston area and Twin Peaks recently continued that hot streak with their visit to the Sinclair.
The Orwells played the fourth stop of their “Underplay Tour” at The Middle East Upstairs recently, with opening band, The Symposium.
A sold out crowd packed the Sinclair for the exhilarating lineup of Crying, The Hotelier, and Joyce Manor.
Porches recently sold out The Sinclair with an energetic show here in Cambridge.
Drummer/co-songwriter, Sean St. Charles, discusses how living alone in Ann Arbor, Michigan, inspired his lyrics on ‘White Hot Moon’.
“Nonagon Infinity opens the door,” are the first words out of front man Ambrose Kenny Smith’s mouth as King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard took the stage in front of a sold out crowd at The Sinclair Friday night. The seven piece psychedelic powerhouse from Melbourne, Australia made sure those in attendance were treated to a show they’d not soon forget.