While at Boston FIG, looking to get a sense of the local indie scene for the third year in a row, I was indeed there as a journalist, and to make connections I could add to my collection of business cards for future story ideas. Continue reading
As you might imagine, regular Blunt Truth columnist Mike Cann needed a break after more than two days of nonstop partying. The Freedom Rally, though a certifiable force of good, can take its toll on mortals, and so we told Mike we would fill this space with all our memories remaining from the glorious 25th anniversary of the mighty MassCann tradition. Continue reading
I apologize for writing with such bluntness so soon after our first meeting. But since today is the anniversary of 9-11 and the confused state of affairs that first attracted me to journalism, it seems a forthcoming orientation is in order. Continue reading
With a knowing nod to the past, Mould (joined by familiar and absolute ace rhythm section Jason Narducy and Jon Wurster) hit the stage and stepped on the gas pedal like a nitro-burning funny car. Continue reading
Greys have raised the standard: more punk bands should cover Stereolab.