Pile, Hayley Thompson-King, Cousin Stizz, and Exit Order top the list in a year of incredible albums for Boston.
As we strive to communicate every time our keyboards get clicking, the stories we bring you in DigBoston is either news you aren’t getting elsewhere, or the people’s version of the capitalist rubbish found in mainstream media. And man oh man, we unearthed a lot of those critical hidden nuggets in the past 12 months.
The complete cynicism of the entire administration becomes painfully clear here.
Allston’s indie pop punk act answers questions before its final show at Great Scott this Saturday.
The thrash metal band talk bong water, dog shit, and the grossest meal they’ve eaten — which, fair warning, may scar you for life.
The results are in and we couldn't be happier. From rapper Cousin Stizz to alt-rocker Palehound, say hello to the winners of the 2017 Boston Music Awards.
Boston’s metalcore heroes talk ’80s sci-fi, bird migration, and breaking orbital bones for our interview series.
Get the holiday shopping done early with these hand-picked music gifts from Boston and beyond.
The spoken word post-hardcore act talks social binaries, Disney World, and what happened to chivalry.
How the Easthampton shoegaze group turned their new album into a beautiful, full-blown fire.