they have better hair. Continue reading
Major. Stars. Plus. Hayley. That is all. Continue reading
Hmm. That’s a suspiciously good line-up over at Great Scott tonight—Banditas, Battle House, Ho-Ag, and of course, our mostest-favoritest group of gypsy-surf-punks ever to draw direct inspiration from Polish poetry, Ketman, who are a good seven years into their reign over the “Genreless-Awesome” category of Boston music. Continue reading
Wednesdays are for wishing the weekend were here already; Tuesdays are for getting over the mistakes and debaucherous activities that took place the weekend prior that you were too busy to deal with on Monday. Which means that Tuesdays are perfect for rock shows! Continue reading
There’s really no praise we can heap upon the Hub’s defacto BFD quartet Mean Creek that either we, or a slightly less reputable source for heapage had not heaped before. Everyone covering Boston Music is pretty much on the same page here—these guys are gonna be Those Guys. The one that ten years from now, you’ll be able to casually mention that you saw over at the Great Scott on just your average Saturday night (sharing a bill with Hands & Knees and Banditas, best you can recollect), and then it’s nothing but hushed reverence and free space-beer for the rest of the evening.
[Sat 5.28.11. 1222 Comm. Ave., Allston. 617.566.9014 9pm/21+/$9. greatscottboston.com]
That scent you’ve may have picked up on that permeatin’ the stage this evening is … well, actually that’s booze, but the other smell would be those freshly-minted CDs that Gillis just popped off the presses, which means that she and her good buddies, the Banditas, have got something to celebrate tonight. Continue reading
Not only do we have the official video of Boston to Austin, our Boston music day party at SXSW 2011. This video from our friends at Converse also features Kingsley Flood‘s latest recorded track, “I Don’t Wanna Go Home.” Consider this a Kingsley Flood world premiere and one of the most rocking videos you’ve ever seen allllllll rolled into one. Continue reading