Open Mike Eagle played Berklee’s Red Room at Cafe 939 on Dec. 1 on tour in celebration of his new album, a tape called component system with the auto reverse.
Years After Viral Debut, Boston-Based ADDIE Finally Goes On Tour
“I always knew I wanted to have an all female band that I could play live shows with.”
Boston Jazz-Influenced Multilingual J-Pop Singer Mei Semones Finds Her Lane
“Not only have I learned so much in my classes, I have also met so many wonderful and talented musicians that I have had the honor of playing with.”
The Dig Interview: Holly Laessig Of Lucius
“We’re standing on the side watching them do this thinking we’re completely insane for asking Sheryl Crow and Brandi Carlile to sing that part”
NERVOUS THEATRE PRESENTS ‘TEXTS FOR NOTHING’
Samuel Beckett's writings are re-imagined for the stage
PRETTY SARO: BERKLEE CREW EMBRACES MODERN BLUEGRASS EDGE, AS DO FANS ACROSS NEW ENGLAND
“I feel like the community of roots people wants you to succeed. They know if you’re good and you put the work into it. They’ll come out and see you and they’ll buy your CD.”
SPECIAL FEATURE: ME(TAL) TOO
For women in the metal scene, camaraderie and skill help rock and roll over the sexist trolls
WHEEL OF TUNES: ILLUMINATI HOTTIES
The affable indie rock act talks vegan cheese, Reddit posts, and burritos from El Pelon.
SOUL SURVIVORS: A DEEP LOOK AT THE HUB’S OBSCURE DISCO SCENE
"It took a lot of patience. It wasn’t an easy three years to get the records I wanted before I could start making the actual mix."
ENSEMBLE MIK NAWOOJ: BOOM BAP SYMPHONY EPIPHANY
"It’s not quite hip-hop, as we don’t follow conventional 16-bar structures nor do we have 808 or drum machines, but also not classical—definitely not classical."