Grab a sharpie. Here’s the best underground techno, gorgeous minimalism, and throbbing house hitting Boston this week.
Over a decade into their career, Boston’s iconic indie rock act keeps their music more relevant than ever.
Grunge pop act Bleached overcame a world full of hidden pain to become both stronger sisters and musicians.
The London punk rock act talk love and stress in the wake of their intensive, emotive sophomore album.
Local act Bent Shapes opens up about anxiety disorders, anarchist pamphlets, and bags of poo in Allston.
Experimental dream pop musician Julia Holter talks broken pencils, Greek mythology, and words as notes before her show this Sunday.
Boston frequently loses some of the best metal shows to Worcester, but when a great bill does come through, it’s often a must-see. Case and point: this show.
Warpaint bassist jennylee gives tips on songwriting, singing, and how to overcome fear when you go solo.
Athens, GA indie rock act Mothers talk promises, their debut LP, and fishing trips before playing Brighton Music Hall.
As you’re reading this, the Trinkles LP is being mastered. Also as you’re reading this, we’re dancing with excitement.