Chelsea Wolfe’s sold out show at the Sinclair involved an impending sense of doom, multi-talented metal musicians in their prime, and totally loyal fans.
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The perfect show to get you hyped for Halloween: Chelsea Wolfe plays a sold out Sinclair with Youth Code tonight, October 19th.
Dinosaur Jr. made a homecoming to The Sinclair and proved why they are the greatest band that Massachusetts has ever produced.
Angus Andrew of Liars discusses lineup changes, how bands are like marriages, and the role of computers in the song-making process.
Liars bring new material and a new performing lineup to the Sinclair on 9/18.
Self-taught musician Aly Spaltro (known by her stage name, Lady Lamb) played a captivating set to a respectfully attentive and sold out crowd at The Sinclair on Friday night.
Diarrhea Planet, Vundabar, and Lilith help close out of one the craziest years we can remember.
Kurt Vile’s set at The Sinclair floated between loud massive tracks to quiet reflective tunes, but the power of his music rang true throughout.
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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 Sinclair said they would begin hosting Downbeat Mondays, a concert series featuring Matthew Stubbs & The Antiguas. The psych-rock band will remain in residency at the Sinclair, performing with accompaniment from visual projections to enhance the psychedelic experience.