We celebrate and discuss our favorite songs of 2017 from Big Thief to Priests to SZA to Ibeyi. Stream them in a handy Spotify playlist too!
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Join us as we count down our favorite albums of 2017, ranging from our local favorites to nationally-acclaimed albums. This is the first of two parts.
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A raging storm only made last Wednesday’s Gorillaz show at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion all the more special. Check out our photos!
We list out all of the albums we’re looking forward to in 2016.
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Stream Blur’s newest album, “The Magic Whip”, via iTunes First Play before it comes out April 27th.
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By Andy Sears Fresh off his headlining gigs at Governor’s Ball and Irving Plaza, high-brow Brit rocker Damon Albarn brought his new solo project to the Royale on Monday night. The new solo record Everyday Robots is Albarn’s first and probably most introspective work to date. It’s not the indie Britpop rock that was Blur, or […]