On November 1, Grizzly Bear played their first Boston show in four years at House of Blues to promote their latest LP, Painted Ruins.
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.
Last week, Oakland-based bedroom pop band Jay Som played The Sinclair in support of their newest record, Everybody Works, with opening acts Stef Chura and Soccer Mommy.
From the bottom of a staircase in El Paso to belated internet hype, Cigarettes After Sex asserted their keep as rising names at Great Scott in January.