Check out “Stimulate,” the relaxing new single from Boston rapper TheLastGekko.
Tagged Boston, Electronic, Harry Gustafson, Hip hop, House, Local, music video, premiere, single premiere, Stimulate, TheLastGekko
The cornerstone of Boston’s expanding dance scene returns for its eighth year.
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Ten bands hit the stages at ONCE Ballroom for the Boston En Masse festival, and each brought a little something different to the table. Check out our photo review!
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Illegally Blind is putting on the 3rd Boston En Masse Festival this Saturday, April 29th at the ONCE Ballroom in Somerville.
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Dad Jeans messes with our heads in his visually-intriguing new music video, directed by himself, Liv Slaughter and Haasan Barclay.
Haasan Barclay and Michael Christmas, two treasures of Boston’s local rap scene, have collaborated on another track that flexes Barclay’s skills as a songwriter and producer and Christmas’s infectious wordplay.
Pants Yell are getting back together for a special charity show with Bent Shapes to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital and the Boston Marathon.
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Somerville could see a new safe space for women, LGBTQ+, and minorities to rehearse with the help of community input and financial support.
Locals make fun with a cheeky animated adventure of criticism.
By Harry Gustafson Fans of Grammy Award-winner Norah Jones woke up to a lot of exciting news today, as the singer-songwriter set an October 7th release date for her new album Day Breaks, which will see her return to the piano roots that first popularized her in 2002 with songs like “Don’t Know Why” and “Come Away With […]