Slothrust plays Brighton Music Hall this week, and we caught up with Leah Wellbaum ahead of the show.
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Writer/musician/show promoter Dan Bogosian offers his opinion and experience on the age-old question of “are successful mixed-bill shows possible?”
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.
By Jackie Swisshelm Here’s a Great Scott lineup that, viagra pilule somehow, makes so much sense: First, the soft and strong (and especially lyrically poignant) stylings of our city’s own Brittle Brian, followed by Brooklyn band Florist. Later, loud, pulpy locals Kal Marks will open for the ~NYC~ based LVL UP. With soft vocals, and […]
Local favorites Kal Marks stopped by APHQ to play us “Coffee” off their latest album “Life Is Alright, Everybody Dies”.
Stream and download our newest crop of local music in our Late Winter Localz Only Mixtape 2016.
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Kal Marks streams new album Life Is Alright, Everybody Dies.
Speedy Ortiz, Kal Marks, Palehound, Kid Mountain, Ghost Box Orchestra, and more share their dream dates with presidential candidates & candy.
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We list out all of the albums we’re looking forward to in 2016.
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The Boston trio offer another (slightly more optimistic-sounding) analysis on existence with Life Is Alright, Everyone Dies.