Last week, WHY? returned to Cambridge less than a year after their last performance, with supporting act Open Mike Eagle, bringing their cerebral style of hip-hop to the Sinclair.
Angel Olsen and her band put on a show that could only be described as a psychedelic prom directed by David Lynch.
Japanese Breakfast, Mannequin Pussy, and the spirit of the beehive gave us a little taste of everything at The Sinclair on Wednesday 10/11!
This August, Philly five-piece Sheer Mag brought their unmistakable 70’s-tinged rock to The Sinclair, joined by opening bands Haram and Lost Balloons.
Last weekend the “Onion City” (Winooski, Vermont) was host to the sold-out Waking Windows festival for the seventh year and brought an eclectic mix of music and art to an equally eclectic city.
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!
Before their show at Hojoko, Allston Pudding sat down with Japanese legends Shonen Knife to satisfy our recommended daily allowance of punk rock & ramen.
A seated show at The Sinclair makes for something special.
Dr. Dog performed at House of Blues on January 31, check out photos from the show.