Pile, Hayley Thompson-King, Cousin Stizz, and Exit Order top the list in a year of incredible albums for Boston.
Though Elder hasn’t really been a Boston-based band for a while now, with singer/guitarist Nick DiSalvo back living in Germany and the rest of the band is scattered around the southeast coastline, the sold out room certainly had a hometown celebration vibe to it. Fresh off what might be ...
Pile, Speedy Ortiz, Avenue, and more local musicians share their favorite spots around the city for our back-to-school guide.
From homegrown rock to hometown rap, here's a cheat sheet to Boston's best music of the year.
Psycho Las Vegas was one of the most amazing festival lineups I can recall. Seriously deep at 95 bands, and with a pretty nice range as well; you weren't just bludgeoned over the head with down-tuned guitars for the weekend, though that aspect certainly was prevalent and welcomed.
From Speedy Ortiz to Cousin Stizz, our city churned out some of the best albums of the year – so many that picking the standouts saw us biting our nails from nerves.