Join us as we count down our favorite albums of 2017, ranging from our local favorites to nationally-acclaimed albums. This is the first of two parts.
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Locals People Like You have a brand-spankin’ new single, “Variations on an Aria,” and announce the release of a sophomore album, Verse, out on July 28th.
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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Here’s another way to help protestors in North Dakota — don’t pass it up.
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Sander Bryce’s EP HAUNTER is a reflective patchwork of Boston artists and is anything but “solo.”
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Members of People Like You, Animal Flag, and I Kill Giants, share the debut album of their neo-soul project, Pet Jail.
Pendejo. (including members of People Like You) captured an invigorating show moment, giving life to “Citizen”.
By Tim Gagnon Ladyj Records, cialis a collective stemming from five Harvard students, view have announced plans for a vinyl release of Boston Only, a compilation of local artists that, according to Ladyj, “represent the best of Beantown’s creativity in indie.” “Boston has always been a city with a burgeoning musical culture,” Ladyj’s Dmitry Zhdankin […]
Check the stars for what’s in store for your ears for April!
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