Tei Shi’s debut album is nostalgic pop worth gushing over. Give it a listen, and don’t miss her at Great Scott!
Oregon’s lutra serves up some serious dream-inducing tracks with their new EP.
Shamir talks to AP about fashion choices, embracing fluidity, and being a surprise introvert.
Grimes has released a lost demo along with a video from her 2013 tour in Asia.
Tagged asia, canada, China, clare boucher, dane, Electronic, Grimes, indonesia, japan, pop, realiti, visions
Front woman from Company of Thieves shines her light on Cambridge’s T.T. The Bear’s tomorrow night with her own batch of soaring pop anthems off her forthcoming solo EP ‘Colors.’
Jack Wall Gliss Riffer’s Album Art Dan Deacon’s follow up to 2012’s America, titled Gliss Riffer, will be available for download and streaming on February 23rd through Domino Records. The new album is entirely self-produced. According to a press release, Gliss Riffer marks a return to a “simpler way of writing and recording, similar to that of 2007’s Spiderman […]
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. did to the Sinclair crowd what a high Jackson Pollock did to fingerpainting.
Tagged dale earnhardt, Electronic, jr jr, Marc Finn, mini mansions, patterns, pop, r&b, Sinclair, Trap, we almost lost detroit
Lemuria sounded fantastic on Monday evening and left me grinning like my crush had just asked me to dance.
Tagged Fucko, Great Scott, indie, Jack Wall, Kind of Like Spitting, lemuria, Louis Roe, pop, reviews, Rock, scribscrubz