Dan Bejar’s music as Destroyer is poetic, challenging, and mysterious. The band’s live performance gives life to music, it’s like finally getting the chance to see the pieces of the puzzle up close. Bejar’s performance in particular is like seeing a magician pull off a trick that leaves you amazed at the end.
Words by Conor McMahon Photos by Graham Zinger The older generations refer to it as “doing to mosh”. As in, “Are you going to be doing the mosh tonight?” or “Be careful! Don’t hurt yourself while doing the mosh!” and of course “My daughter talks about doing the mosh with her friends. Should I be […]
By Nick Canton Photos by Graham Zinger Cambridge has been getting a whole lot of corporate-sponsored-free-concert-love and I couldn’t be happier. This one wasn’t put on by a shoe company as we’ve come to expect, instead sponsored by Pandora Presents. It was smaller in scale from House of Vans’s week-long and tons-of-bands residency, but like […]
By Ben Stas Photos by Graham Zinger Fresh off the April release of his 70-minute folk-rock epic Wakin on a Pretty Daze, patient Kurt Vile and his Violators stopped by The Sinclair for a sold-out show on the 17th. Vile made waves in 2011 with the much-acclaimed Smoke Ring for My Halo, and those waves […]