And The Kids’ energy last night at The Sinclair, along with all-star supporting acts Kal Marks and Vundabar, demonstrated that local music is full of talented artists and you don’t have to go far to find it.
About one month ago, members of the Boston music scene gathered at iZotope’s office in Cambridge to discuss the state of the scene. Last night many similar faces, along with many news ones, gathered once again to devote two more hours to the topic of venue and artist relationships.
The state of live music in Boston: Two hours is not enough time to make any real progress on this topic, but a wide array of individuals from the local music scene stepped up to the mic last night to voice their opinions, observations, and advice at a forum hosted by Rock Shop Boston at iZotope’s headquarters in Cambridge, MA.
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 […]