Still loving these projects from Mallcops, Anjimile, the Michael Character, and Squitch
“It became a creative collaboration where our ideas were able to flourish collectively while serving the songs.”
Sidney Gish, Mal Devisa, Fiddlehead, Vein, Dutch ReBelle, and more top the list
One generation of Boston musicians gives pointers to the next, including tips from Bat House, Sidney Gish, Mmph, Anjimile, and more.
A proper introduction to Boston's most overlooked nonbinary, transmasculine musician on the eve of their newest record release.
After back-to-back deaths, keeping faith helped Michi Tassey of People Like You make her lo-fi solo debut.
Boston’s rising electronic act gears up for an eventful 2018 that will warm your heart.
From picking up synths to switching songwriting credits, Roz and the Rice Cakes explain how the band slipped into its most mesmerizing sound yet.
The queer dance party returns with an award under their bedazzled belt.
From Speedy Ortiz to Cousin Stizz, our city churned out some of the best albums of the year – so many that picking the standouts saw us biting our nails from nerves.