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WEEKLY LIVE MUSIC RETURNS TO ROSEBUD AMERICAN KITCHEN TONIGHT

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Since reopening in September, the revamped Rosebud Diner aka Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar in Davis Square ticks off pretty much all the boxes needed to be considered the neighborhood spot. Continue reading

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FOTOBOM: GLITCH MOB AT HOUSE OF BLUES

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The Glitch Mob show opened with the defining roar of thundering bass raising from the floor and cheers erupting from the crowd as the cloak covering the extensive keyboard and drum set was pulled off. Continue reading

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REVIEW AND FOTOBOM: WEEZER AT SINCLAIR

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Waiting in the will-call line for my ticket to the Weezer I overheard a fellow fan’s conundrum: “Mike from the fourth floor offered me $500.” Her friend replied, ” I was offered box seats to the Sox versus Yankees next season.” When Weezer stops through Boston, it’s typically a hot ticket. Continue reading

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REVIEW AND FOTOBOM: THE DAMNED, TSOL, AND THE BRIEFS AT ROYALE

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Yes, The Damned beat the Pistols in getting their first 7″ and LP out as the first UK punk band, but they quickly moved on from the constraints of the structure and explored psychedelia, garage, goth and other forms of music as they made their way into a formidable career. Continue reading

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REVIEW + FOTOBOM: GARDENS & VILLA AT THE SINCLAIR

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It seems blog hype doesn’t always lead to a rise and fall. If the cards are played right, the only direction you can go is up. Gardens & Villa are talented enough to follow that route. Continue reading

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THE STUDENT GUIDE: YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO STUDENT LIFE IN TOWN

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We have gone to great lengths to bring to you, oh happy student reader, a compendium of cool and wondrous things to celebrate while attending university in Boston. Continue reading

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REVIEW + FOTOBOM: BRODY DALLE AT THE SINCLAIR

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On Monday night at the Sinclair, Brody Dalle returned to Boston in her new signature red lipstick and with her new album Diploid Love. The grown-up goth punk crowd showed up ready to be blasted by sonic howls and were hosted a well-rounded set spanning Dalle’s full career. Continue reading