After ignoring Boston for close to a decade while NYC shows were not so unusual, Providence native son via SF > LA John Dwyer has brought his ferocious, multi-headed garage/psych/neo-jam ...
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Allston's own indie rock act finally have a full-length to their name, and it's all about sunny melodies, crossing guitars, and carne diem.
A home recording project gone wild, and by home we mean in the freakin' desert.
Everything you need to know about Boston’s best garage and psych rock festival according to the bands you love.
Ty Segall is a rock star. There’s no other way around it. Not in the “don’t spill the beluga and Cristal in the back of the Rolls-Royce” sort, but more in the approach of doing exactly what he wants to, and having a large (and getting larger) audience ready to receive ... read more
Reports of the death of guitar-based rock music are nothing if not premature, and it’s been refreshing to see folks like John Dwyer, Kurt Vile, and Ty Segall carry the mantle for the current generation. Classic rock can only go so far to carry the form, and the fumes are thinning each ... read more
Right when we were about to go running through the streets of Cambridge flipping off every defunct music space we found, Deep Thoughts stepped up to save the day.
Ty Segall has a lot of irons in the fire; he’s the Robert Pollard of garage rock, only with nicer shoes. After only 28 trips around our glowing sun, he’s released over twenty records under various guises and tonight the sold out Sinclair was ready for the next dose of his power ... read more