Pioneers of thrash, Megadeth stopped by the House of Blues Boston with new album Dystopia to shake perineums and fatigue necks.
Emily Haines guided Metric through an evening of artistic liberation. Dressed in black leather with a golden mic and golden sneakers, she was a musical messiah with a set of new wave and electronic.
Laura Jane Grace and the Devouring Mothers performed on a stripped down stage of intimate lighting, accented by the lo-fi twinkle of white Christmas lights strewn about. It was clear that the transcendent show was one of pure passion.
To see a live performance of Peaches is not just a concert. It’s partially a Gwar show, partially a thesis presentation, and partially a hiphop lesson. Overtly sexual and empowering, it’s a party for all.
The debut album from Boston’s Trophy Lungs is informed and intelligent. Day Jobs brings a melodic, pop-punk spoon full of sugar to help the medicine go down. Check out the video of their single “Bathroom Graffiti.”
Celebrating the 20 year anniversary of “And Out Come the Wolves,” Rancid played the album nearly in its entirety at the House of Blues in Boston on Tuesday, Sept. 15. Photos © 2015 by Scott Murry.
“Is anyone here under 18? You have no business being here. NOFX is for adults.”
Fat Mike and Erin Burkett wax nostalgic on their punk rock empire, Fat Wreck Chords. With the battles of today’s music industry, sage advice is dispatched to budding bands.
Primus hassled Berklee School of Music with technique theory. Dinosaur Jr. shined light across the valley of music lovers.
The tao of Foo was in full swing as Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters performed their first of two nights in Boston’s Fenway Park. That broken foot isn’t slowing anything down.