Love is in the air ... or is that an airborne virus? Remember to wash your hands, kids.
Boston-based rapper Aziz the Shake sets up at Converse Rubber Tracks Studio to lay down material for his new album.
Local psych rockers Ghost Box Orchestra sacrafice control and let the music flow through them for their upcoming EP.
This week it's all about making some noise!
Converse Rubber Tracks just opened a brand new studio in Lovejoy Wharf for bands to use... for free.
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.
With two remarkably memorable performances down, it seemed impossible that an even greater name take over the stage, but luck (and excellent curating) was on everyone's side.
Being a band known for the heaviest, loudest crushers, and upside down crosses, lead singer Tom Araya seemed very upbeat and unstoppable in his smiling.
Because the names are so huge, let's re-state that this is 100% free.
If Big K.R.I.T. is the "King of the South," as announced in his first song at The Sinclair last week to a beyond-adoring audience, then Michael Christmas can claim to be the Crown Prince of Boston.