"You know, when you purchase something, the idea is you own it. But if you can't fix it, you don't own it, and that's part of our case for passing this law."
WHEEL OF TUNES: JULIA HOLTER
The experimental dream pop artist talks relationship lessons, Blade Runner, and her favorite French words for our recurring series.
WHEEL OF TUNES: PANDA BEAR
Animal Collective's quiet electronic guru talks snorkeling, Super Smash Bros., and his inner monologues for our recurring series.
VICTORIA SHEN: GETTING EXPERIMENTAL IN BOSTON’S STARKEST SPACE
What to expect when the local multimedia artist and musician brings experimental electronics to Boston City Hall this Friday.
TOGETHER FEST: HOW TO MAXIMIZE YOUR DANCE TIME
Boston’s low-key electronic music festival returns bigger and brighter, so we asked several acts to share advice on maximizing your experience there.
WHEEL OF TUNES: GANG GANG DANCE
The experimental favorites return after seven years to talk shaman vibes, Netflix therapy, and their funniest childhood stories.
THE BEST LOCAL ALBUMS OF 2018 (SO FAR)
From alternative hip-hop to chamber folk, here's a cheat sheet to Boston's best music of the year so far.
WHEEL OF TUNES: NO JOY
Fresh off three new EPs, the reluctant shoegaze band talks goth weddings, elder cats, and the weird theme song for the Montreal Canadiens.
LOVE AT FIRST CITE: CAMINO 84 CRAFTS VALENTINE’S DAY MIXTAPES
Local disco funk artist Camino 84 is serving up handmade Valentine’s Day mixtapes to help set the mood this holiday.
WHEEL OF TUNES: JAPANESE BREAKFAST
Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast talks scuba diving, Sailor Moon, and her dream house with questions inspired by her album's song titles.