“I think all the songs are blues tunes but there’s definitely influences that are outside of just Chicago blues that made their way into the music.”
"The dominant guitar riff in 'Easy On The Eyes' was born during a drunken late night jam after a show in Atlanta"
"Every song on this new album [is] either a standard I really dig, a feel I don’t get to play, or a tune that’s kicked my ass because of its difficulty"
“That’s how it started, the situation of being home, the label reaching out, and we’ve always felt pretty connected to Hound Dog’s music.”
The Allman Brothers used to do a multi-show residency at NYC’s Beacon Theatre and played over 250 times there over the course of the band’s storied career. As part of the latter ...
“I was in this surreal bunker life where we were in the studio until we legally couldn’t, we’d be leaving at three in the morning and there was the National Guard.”
Matt Lorenz on new album, rapid cinematics, and plans for winter.
"It’s an opportunity for Mattapan to showcase to other neighborhoods in the Greater Boston area that this community is not just what people tend to see in the media, which is usually negative."
The Boston country singer talks biblical feminists, psychotic melancholia, and singing as a form of inspirational purging.
From '90s rap to math rock, new music is on the way from some of Massachusetts' most underrated acts.