The USS Salem has been transformed into a world-class scary attraction. It’s an opportunity to haunt the masses that some of the vessel’s ghosts have been waiting more than a lifetime for.
Local trio halfsour talk about social graces, city betrayal, and the pros of boredom.
Los Angeles quartet Warpaint tell us the secrets to getting your creative juices flowing.
There is more than one way to remove the epidermis from a feline, and tonight, two bands from Texas and Stockholm showed the many varied gradations of how to go from point A to point B in the metal world. Opeth is touring the states in support of the just-released Sorceress, another point in […]
The movement (and concert) against that damn awful free trade agreement comes to Boston
The history of massively popular bands playing much smaller than usual venues is a long and storied one. Veterans of the Massachusetts scene may recall the Rolling Stones setting up camp for an early 80’s pre-tour warm up gig at the tiny Sir Morgan’s Cove in Worcester, and more recently U2 did a mini concert at […]
In 2011, thousands of New Englanders occupied an obscure slice of Boston and became leaders in a national movement against greed. Five years later, we asked some of those activists to reflect on their radical protest camp experiment.
Australia’s folk star talks Fiona Apple, classical singing, and why the industry overwhelms her.
This name-changing charade is insulting, and only possible because so many residents either don’t know—or don’t give a damn—about how Boston is the last major metropolis in America with an urban renewal agency.
Musicians talk activism and gun violence before a protest show with Bill Janovitz, Tanya Donelly, Mike Gent, and more this Sunday.