"You have to figure out what’ll make you happy, make sure you’re not fucking anyone over, and go for it, if you have the means."
Allston’s indie pop punk act answers questions before its final show at Great Scott this Saturday.
Local act Bent Shapes opens up about anxiety disorders, anarchist pamphlets, and bags of poo in Allston.
Queercore group Aye Nako push through physical and verbal abuse to create pop punk for people of color, the LGBTQ community, and listeners seeking inclusion in a time where that's hard to find.
Their set list ran the gamut through their classic albums, with gems like “Farts”, “Fast Food and Girls” just as real and guttural as they were when originally written.
Because the names are so huge, let's re-state that this is 100% free.
It’s the finding of that dividing line that makes Feral Jenny’s continuing evolution a pleasure to hear, warts and all.
Come January 1st, y'all be equipped with health insurance, so no reason to let loose and drink in the new year. Here is where you can do that.