Bully brought their emotionally raw and charged music to Great Scott for a surprisingly feel-good set.
The garage rock scene is as strong as ever these days, with countless new lo-fi bands sprouting up from hotspots like Chicago and L.A. Sometimes however you need a break from fuzzy guitars and distorted vocals. Sometimes, you just want to sing along to the classic rock station, pounding out drum solos on your steering wheel, and shredding air guitar at a red light. Better yet, you can have your cake and eat it too with Louisville rockers White Reaper.per.
Last week, psychedelic punk rock acts La Femme and Jacques Auberger brought a taste of France to Boston when they played Brighton Music Hall.
Last weekend, veteran desert-rockers Queens of the Stone Age played at Boston University’s Agganis Arena alongside British rock duo Royal Blood, resulting in an epic night of rock and roll.
Less than a week after releasing their latest album, Bulls and Roosters, together PANGEA kicked off October by playing one of Boston’s newest venues, Sonia, alongside Tall Juan and Daddy Issues.
SWMRS put on a stellar show opening for All Time Low at House of Blues.
After testing the waters at The Middle East Upstairs last November during their Underplay tour, The Orwells returned to Boston to promote their latest album, Terrible Human Beings, at The Sinclair.
Wavves stopped at Brighton Music Hall to celebrate the release of their new album You’re Welcome for a high energy performance in front of a full house of sweaty dancing fans.
On May 16, Boston was hit with a tidal wave of beach goth rock, as The Growlers unpacked their bags and took over The Sinclair for first of two sold out shows.
On May 8, Atlanta garage rock legends the Black Lips played at Brighton Music Hall, just three days after releasing their eighth studio album, Satan’s Graffiti or God’s Art? Produced by Sean Lennon and starring his mother, Yoko Ono, on the opening track, SGOGA proves that the Black Lips still have some tricks up their sleeve.