The music of King Krule, aka Archy Marshall, evokes early Billy Bragg filtered through an electronic jazz lens. Last Thursday, he had the whole of the Paradise singing along.
Drew Thompson of Single Mothers talks about the uncertainty the band faced in making their new album, college towns and drinking culture.
Tagged Boston, canada, dine alone, Harry Gustafson, interview, Punk, Single Mothers, The Hold Steady, The Replacements, The Sinclair, toronto
We chatted with L.A. via Boston band GUPPY about visual art, their talented cat, and the trials and tribulations of making a living as a rock n’ roll star.
Before their show at Hojoko, Allston Pudding sat down with Japanese legends Shonen Knife to satisfy our recommended daily allowance of punk rock & ramen.
Study up for Spelling’s Friday night ripper at O’Brien’s.
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.
The spirit of punk-rock is alive and well in California and FIDLAR is right smack in the middle of it all, seen in all their glory recently at Paradise.
Tagged Boston, California, Donald Trump, FIDLAR, guitar, Paradise, Punk, Rock, skate, Surf, swimrs, the frights
The Julie Ruin delivered a performance that was both nostaligic and completely fresh at The Sinclair in Cambridge on 7/21.
Relatively new to the Boston scene, Wire City is Caskets Filled With Flowers’ debut LP on Little L Records. With a handful of EPs preceding Wire City, it’s easy to get a taste of their sound: haunting, wandering soprano leads the chunky bass and fuzzy guitar riffs. Wire City offers a swan dive into the emotional abyss that is dream pop.
Tagged Boston, caskets filled with flowers, central ma, dream, dream pop, flowers, prog rock, Punk, slacker, slacker rock, wire city
Everyone’s welcome at the “Weeknight Pogo Party” in Rictus Grin’s new video. Bring your dolphin. Check it out here!