“Club Passim is a cornerstone of not just the Boston folk scene, but the New England folk community at large.”
"I can’t imagine that anything will replace live music in any permanent way."
"Record Store Day will look very different this year, but supporting indie record stores may be more important than ever."
This week he drops the Statik Selektah-produced track “The Complex,” which features the god MC himself Pharoahe Monch.
Back in ’77, the second side of Spectres kicked off with a crowd pleaser/pumper called “R. U. Ready 2 Rock?” (did Prince have a copy of this record?) and they often started live shows with it to get things going. Blue Öyster Cult didn’t trot that one out tonight, ...
"I am very excited to play music for people."
"W.O.L.V.E.S. has always stayed with the same meaning—Warriors Organizing Life Values Escaping Struggle. And basically what that means is we are the protectors and educators of our community."
"It feels really, really good to make music and get a response back from other humans, but I also feel like there’s a sharp learning curve."
"It was surreal and it was crazy to see that and witness it."
"We eventually came to the conclusion that we wanted to put the record out into the world."