Seven comics. Two hours. One historic summit on the state of stand-up comedy in the Hub.
On the one hand, the United States is a more diverse society than at any other point in its history. On the other, we’re witnessing a presidential campaign where Donald Trump has captured the Republican nomination in part by whipping up hysteria against immigrants.
Grab a sharpie. Here’s the best underground techno, gorgeous minimalism, and throbbing house hitting Boston this week.
Social and economic insecurity in Caracas has a significant impact on Venezuelans in Massachusetts
Experimental electronic musician Julianna Barwick on how she enters a studio empty-handed but leaves with more magic than she can hold.
How two kids from Florida won over the internet with their own brand of indie pop.
Seattle act Tacocat dish on their new album, feminism, and recording Cartoon Network’s newest theme song.
San Francisco’s sunny singer uplifts herself and listeners with some help from tUnE-yArDs.
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.
The first song off local singer-songwriter Kristina Stapelfeld’s debut album is full of soft, sweet, essential advice.