To show how far these artists have come even over the past few months—through Boston Music Awards wins, headline performances, and national media attention—we brought them together for a special shoot, Vanity Fair-style.
Sidney Gish, Mal Devisa, Fiddlehead, Vein, Dutch ReBelle, and more top the list
The latest quarterly expression of their mutual affection, the Pull Up, will showcase the area’s emerging and established talent. But for this unique crew, it’s not just about seeing artists perform live—it’s about the building of community that comes from regular connections, and fixing systems that for too long have denied people an equal shot.
The results are in and we couldn't be happier. From rapper Cousin Stizz to alt-rocker Palehound, say hello to the winners of the 2017 Boston Music Awards.
Forget about free furniture. Allston's unofficial holiday gets a treat from Blake Babies, Doped Up Dollies, Weakened Friends, and Dutch Rebelle.
Odd Future spinoff duo The Internet delve into Michael Brown, MySpace, and finding confidence when you're shy.
When it finally came time to find an outlet for the intensely personal songs and ideas Marie couldn’t shoehorn into her other projects, ORCHIDS came into bloom.
Warning: there will be no analysis of the importance (or lack thereof) of the Boston Music Awards beyond this point. Well, maybe a little. We can't help ourselves.
If the album was truly dead as some people may seem to think, then why are we still bumping ...