“I’ve gotten tons of DMs being like, ‘I came out because you inspired me to, you made me realize that I was actually nonbinary, this song is made for me and my girlfriend.’
"That process of writing is something that before I met Nick I just didn’t know anyone personally who wrote that way, and it lends to the flavor of a lot of the music that we do. It’s a purely different way to approach a song."
“If anything it strengthened me as a director. It forced me to be extremely articulate with what I wanted.”
“That feels very different than Boston now, but my thoughts about the city is that Boston seems to be the scene that the Northwest grew into.”
Legendary Boston hip-hop heavyweight Dre Robinson has some unfinished business.
On their evolving sound, working with a hip-hop producer, and doing something extra special for their new release
Dutch returns to MOS for a full-on virtual production (with collaborators this time).
“I’ve constantly been wanting to share new material with our gatherers, especially the ones who are online every single night. There’s been a really great process behind it.”
The Tourist Trap has gone back to just being a basement again.
Now, the singer and composer is aiming to take center stage himself