Ex-Girls frontman Christopher Owens happened to be a highly religious cult member, but he’s run off to California to make the country music that’s always been in the back of his mind.
NEED SPACE? INTERNET DATABASE WANTS TO HOOK ARTISTS UP WITH REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE VENUES
If you're looking for an alternative for rehearsal and exhibition space, a new online database, SpaceFinder Mass, aims to make the search easier.
FULL NELSONS: THREE THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE BSO’S NEW MUSIC DIRECTOR
It all started with a desperate call in 2011: could he make it to Carnagie Hall on short notice and serve as the emergency replacement for Boston Symphony Orchestra conductor James Levine? Indeed, he could, and the rest is history. Now, over a year after his appointment was announced, Andris Nelsons ...
RISE AGAINST APATHY
In our golden age of McActivism, how much can one iconic band impact the sound of dissent?
WMBR REUNITES 80 BOSTON BANDS FOR 50 YEARS OF ROCK CONCERT SERIES
We aren't mad about it.
DRUGS IN MODERATION: A GUTTERMOUTH SHOW REVIEW AT MIDDLE EAST CLUB
Band mates swarmed the bar like bloated flies trying to score booger sugar from anyone with ears. It seemed as vital to get through the night as air.
BRENDAN KELLY OF THE LAWRENCE ARMS CHATS METROPOLE, BEER, AND SCOTT STAPP
After an eight year slumber, it’s a time for a call to arms. Brendan Kelly tells all.
INTERVIEW: FAT MIKE OF NOFX
NOFX have been indulging belligerent teens and grown-ups for over 30 years. At least 60% of that time, lead singer/bassist Fat Mike and the crew have made it their mission to refuse interviews. Times have shifted in recent years, but this hung in ...
INTERVIEW: AFI’S JADE PUGET
AFI have been called hardcore, skate-punk, goth-punk, melodic hardcore … but really, they’re just a very talented band creating deep, rich layers of sound. Jade Puget tells how.