It’s already impossible to imagine the city without Jason Trefts of Illegally Blind -- just look at this week’s upcoming Boston En Masse festival to understand why.
The leader of Tool took over Boston with his side project Puscifer, bringing The Orpheum to life like it's no big deal. Now, about that wrestling ring.
R&B crooner The Weeknd brought the heart-shaped groove to Worcester on Thursday.
Deafheaven frontman George Clarke opens up about New Bermuda, complacency, and why opening mail sucks.
The 20 Years Queer tour hits town, with a look back at Garbage's debut record and associated B sides.
Local act The Okay Win open up about growing pains, inspiration, and playing with Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks.
Local psych rockers Ghost Box Orchestra sacrafice control and let the music flow through them for their upcoming EP.
S frontwoman and ex-Carissa's Wierd member Jenn Champion talks about the dangers of perpetuating racial stereotypes through nicknames and beyond.
Low's show at Brighton Music Hall offered a return to the club feel that marked the band's '90s debut.
Yes, even Boston loves New York. After a fire left the venue too damaged to function, Silent Barn gets a benefit show from local bands in our city.