Boston’s low-key electronic music festival returns bigger and brighter, so we asked several acts to share advice on maximizing your experience there.
From alternative hip-hop to chamber folk, here's a cheat sheet to Boston's best music of the year so far.
"I realized the power I had was in really being myself and living my truth. I wasn’t willing to hide to make others more comfortable."
From homegrown rock to hometown rap, here's a cheat sheet to Boston's best music of the year.
Put your phone in your pocket and meet your friends at the club. It's time to dance. Boston's best electronic festival is back.
Lakou Ayiti, which debuts at the BCA this Friday and runs through the weekend, draws from both Appolon’s own immigration experience, as well as those of some of his dancers and from others in the Hub’s Haitian community.
The J-pop trio talks about PC Music, N64 songs, and how they find a balance between British dance and Japanese pop.
Bright, shimmering, almost glittering--"Trinkles" is a testament to Kid Mountain's staying power in the Boston scene. A worthy followup to Happies, let it be your soundtrack to the first foray into spring.
It's a reunion weekend dance battle between Blur's Country House and Oasis' Roll With It. Can you handle it?