Last night (Tuesday, Sept. 16) Against Me! and The Gaslight Anthem ignited a packed House of Blues in Boston. 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.
Bob Log III is a one man band that masters partying. He greeted everyone last night with a warm “Hello” that grumbled from his throat suggestively. He was setting everyone up to get loose and enjoy his unique blend of slide guitar, electronic, punk, and delta blues. Continue reading
With an original swap of chords and the title lyric being held out on different parts, Joyce Manor’s cover is a brand new sing-a-long that comes at you full force. Continue reading
“You don’t need a curing room (but if you have one, great). So this is for people to take my flavor ideas and roll with them. Like ‘at my house, here’s how I would do it’.” Continue reading
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