It’s been a big winter for punk rock in the Boston area and Twin Peaks recently continued that hot streak with their visit to the Sinclair.
AP chats with singer Katie Monks of punk act Dilly Dally about Toronto suburbia, evil cats, and that time they peed on a bus.
Hear a slew of new albums in their entirety, including Sleater-Kinney’s No Cities to Love and Viet Cong’s self-titled debut.
By Sharon Kavai Mapped, Music Without Borders: The Kominas A new feature showcasing international and foreign artists, music with multicultural influences, and by non-English speakers, that’s making waves in different countries and Boston. Mapped Spotlight of the week: The Kominas If your Itunes is lacking its dose of modern Muslim punk rock, then your music […]
Chinese punk rock is a lot like Chinese street food — rough, honest, loud and maybe even less healthy. If punk rock is a reaction to social alienation then there is no better place for punk music…