Boston Calling took the extra step to show that sexism, racism, homophobia, and ageism had no place at their event — and other festivals should follow suit.
Robyn, Lizzo, Palehound, Courtney Barnett, and more reinvented themselves, but fans weren’t always prepared for it.
Sia, Sufjan Stevens, and Lisa Hannigan all elevate the art of live entertainment in their own personable way.
You dream up a genre, it’s there, and one of the 230 bands set to play will have it ready at will.
Pop is fun, but it’s a hell of a lot more so when things get weird.
Grab a sharpie. Here’s the best underground techno, gorgeous minimalism, and throbbing house hitting Boston this week.
Over a decade into their career, Boston’s iconic indie rock act keeps their music more relevant than ever.
Enjoy live jazz, radio tours, and teen-produced segments at youth-centered non-profit ZUMIX. Did we mention it’s free?
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.