Blurred lines doesn’t begin to describe the Dig‘s year-end music coverage.
As someone whose made a lot of terrible decisions on Saturday nights, I can safely say that seeing Spiritual Rez live was definitely not one of them. Continue reading
Tanlines is an experimental pop dream come true. Continue reading
Converse Rubber Tracks Live is back! This time bringing DJ duo Tanlines along with Small Black and earthquake party! for a night of sweet jamming at The Sinclair. Also, it’s free–oh, should we have led with that? Continue reading
This symposium of unearthly desires and loud, complex, and catchy rock music is being presented by the good people at Comicazi. Continue reading
After the power came back on at the Bank of America Pavilion Friday night, Michael Basu made his way to the photo pit and got a hefty dose of “Little Secrets” and “Manners” and a bunch of other ditties that left him feeling anything but like a “Sleepy Head.” (Let’s see how many Passion Pit song titles I can work into this.) Continue reading
The Big Pink + Stereo Telescope = D’AW ADORABLE PHOTO OPS. When they’re offstage, anyway. When they’re ONstage, they’re beasts. Body-shakin’, guitar-slingin’, note-beltin’ beasts. Mick Murray caught their set at the Brighton Music Hall Wednesday night, and the best kind of audible chaos ensued. FOTOBOM! Continue reading