Grab a sharpie. Here’s the best underground techno, gorgeous minimalism, and throbbing house hitting Boston this week.
Experimental electronic musician Julianna Barwick on how she enters a studio empty-handed but leaves with more magic than she can hold.
What came first: the artist or the song? For CMB, it’s the latter.
Electro-rock duo Ratatat talk animation, singing to wordless music, and their collaboration with rapper Despot before playing the House of Blues.
To see a live performance of Peaches is not just a concert. It’s partially a Gwar show, partially a thesis presentation, and partially a hiphop lesson. Overtly sexual and empowering, it’s a party for all.
You don’t get a lot of chances to see people who caused seismic shifts in the areas of their expertise, who were disruptive and propelled the evolution of music forms in completely new directions. The Beatles, Dylan, Sabbath, Chuck Berry, The Velvets, etc… all made their mark personally via their recorded work while making huge […]
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Electronic festival Together Boston kicks off its sixth year, and local acts Andre Obin, W00DY, and Miss Geo can’t be missed.
Record Store Day is a bit of a clusterfuck now.
Because the names are so huge, let’s re-state that this is 100% free.