Synth pop may be alive and well worldwide, but teenender feel daring as one of Boston’s few pop purveyors on Kissed.
Pains singer Kip Berman discusses becoming a family man, comparisons to Raffi, and his encyclopedic knowledge of bands ahead of their show tonight at The Sinclair.
Three of our writers and one of our photographers at Boston Calling discuss the highs (Chance, The XX, and… uh, Tool?) and lows (2/3rds of Migos, rain in general) of the 2017 edition.
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Perfume Genius’ set on Saturday proved that it took an entire career to cement bandleader Mike Hadreas’ boldness.
NY’s Charly Bliss brought the guitar theatrics, we brought a camera. Check out our slideshow from their BMH show.
Between the plastic dinosaur factories, made up towns, zombies, and cooking classes, Sidney Gish’s world is strange… and completely enthralling.
The great Swedish twee pop wonder Jens Lekman returned to Boston Wednesday night, complete with a new album and his most lively show to date.
Some (i.e. me) have waited over six years to see The Radio Dept. in Boston. Was it worth the wait? (yes, it was dope, but read this review still)
Thundercat brought his Drunk tour to The Paradise last week, making us question reality via bass-playing and Uber drivers.