Trippy overlapped clips, severed hands, and a sea of people rallying behind our favorite local frontman? Count us in.
Grunge pop act Bleached overcame a world full of hidden pain to become both stronger sisters and musicians.
Local act Bent Shapes opens up about anxiety disorders, anarchist pamphlets, and bags of poo in Allston.
Experimental dream pop musician Julia Holter talks broken pencils, Greek mythology, and words as notes before her show this Sunday.
As you’re reading this, the Trinkles LP is being mastered. Also as you’re reading this, we’re dancing with excitement.
Four years ago, Kid Mountain introduced themselves to Boston with one of the best debut albums our city has ever seen. Now they’re gearing up for round two.
If there’s one thing we know, it’s how to ring in the new year in style. From punk rock to classical, the concert options for tonight are endless—and so is that stream of bubbly.
It’s already impossible to imagine the city without Jason Trefts of Illegally Blind — just look at this week’s upcoming Boston En Masse festival to understand why.
Meat Wave make the type of rock you just don’t find anymore — unless you’re prying into Chicago’s vibrant DIY scene.
Canadian post-punk group Ought talk about stressful tension, Life Without Buildings influences, and their rapid rise to fame.