The secret music venue will go out with a bang: live music, comedy sets, and a free mixtape cataloging it all.
ROZ AND THE RICE CAKES: HOW A PROVIDENCE TRIO GOT SCI-FI TO SNAP, CRACKLE, AND POP
From picking up synths to switching songwriting credits, Roz and the Rice Cakes explain how the band slipped into its most mesmerizing sound yet.
SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK: THE BEST PLACES IN BOSTON ACCORDING TO MUSICIANS
Pile, Speedy Ortiz, Avenue, and more local musicians share their favorite spots around the city for our back-to-school guide.
SIDNEY GISH: HOW BOSTON’S HIDDEN MUSICIAN EXCEEDS ALL EXPECTATIONS
All hail the second coming of Regina Spektor.
ELECTRIC LADIES: MISS GEO REVIVES BOSTON’S ELECTROPOP ON RECORD
Rising trio Miss Geo bring the focus back to dreampop and shining synth with the release of their debut LP.
MMM-POP: THE EXPERIMENTAL POP OF MAGNOLIA LOFT
Pop is fun, but it’s a hell of a lot more so when things get weird.
FOOL’S GOLD: THE ART GALLERY MUSIC FESTIVAL YOU’RE NOT ALLOWED TO MISS
Out of the Blue Too Art Gallery is opening Boston’s treasure chest of underground music... and they're throwing a festival to prove it.
SOMETHING TO HARP ON: AUDREY HARRER AND THE FINALISTS OF CAMBRIDGE PHILHARMONIC’S FEMALE COMPOSERS NIGHT
Some hundred years after Mozart and Monteverdi, we’re still leaving most female composers out of the spotlight, but the Cambridge Philharmonic looks to change that.