They’re a demonstration in balanced contrast, and that’s why What’s the Kim Deal? measures up to 2010’s self-released self-titled record so effortlessly. Continue reading
Yeah, THAT’S a motley crue right there. Continue reading
The thirty-three year old punk band is aggressive, visceral, and raw.They’re angular, edgy, and sharp. They’re an in your face band that cemented their place in the history books of punk by lashing out against the trappings and tropes of the ostentatious death of mainstream rock in the late ‘70s and ‘80s. Their aggression still remains. Continue reading
It’s baaaaaaaaaaack. Our daily rundown of what the hell happened in Boston last night — or in the case of Monday afternoons, this past weekend — as brought to you by Dig contributors, Boston music fans and the oftentimes misguided adventures of our own Music + Arts Editor. Continue reading
Oh hey! The Harvard Square Mayfair! That’s today! Huh. That’s so funny, us over in the edit pit were just having a conversation about the mythic origins of these spring festivals … and come to think of it, not a single word of it should make it to print. So, go on, ignore the slightly ominous wording of this teensy little write-on, and enjoy all that free fun and great music! Heck of a lineup, too, there’s Viva Viva, Spirit Kid, Grownup Noise, Phallic Symbol, Blood Rite—well, whoops. Those last two aren’t bands at all! It … really would be best if you just ignored that. Really.
[Sun 5.1.11. Noon/free. harvardsquare.com]
Canine gambling is a serious issue that effects the lives of thousands of whelps each year, as entire litters are abandoned by negligent sires consumed by their all-encompassing need to sit around and pretend like they’re playing poker. They don’t even have hands! Continue reading