Kevin Morby is bringing his introspective indie rock to The Sinclair in Cambridge.
The Seattle band will play a house show in Boston as part of their cross-country tour in support of their upcoming album Here Comes the Band. Plus, a bonus dog-centric music video!
Two beloved Newmarket, N.H. bands collaborated for a blood pumping split.
by Ethan Hoffman-Sadka While Margaret Glaspy may not know John Cena or Snapchat, she knows how to make good fucking music. Similar to a lot of her responses in our This or That featured below, Margaret’s songs often appear blunt and to-the-point on the surface. However, there is an underlying warmth to her craft that […]
By Clare Fuller Indie-rock quintet Lux Deluxe are proud to announce the release of their latest LP, It’s a Girl. The western Massachusetts quintet is on the up-and-up, thanks to a gig at NXNE in Toronto and a seal of approval from Pitchfork this past January. LuxDeluxe’s new record, which the band had been perfecting for nearly three years, falls neatly […]
UK indie rock group Wolf Alice talked to us before their show at the Middle East Upstairs about their recent flood of major press and how they defy one genre.
Stream Father John Misty’s new album I Love You, Honeybear on an original streaming service he created — with a catch.
In 2009 David Berman wrote, “I’ve got to move on. Can’t be like all the careerists doncha know… I always said we would stop before we got bad.” Apparently Silver Jews hasn’t gotten bad, or so a post on Nastanovich’s Facebook profile leads us to believe.
Indie rock singer-songwriter Alex G will play Cuisine En Locale in Somerville on February 6 alongside Palehound. Get psyched.
John Lutkevich sat down with us to talk about how Soft Fangs came to be, how his constant relocating has effected his music, and why, at the end of the day, he really just wants to give his listeners a gift.