Pile, Hayley Thompson-King, Cousin Stizz, and Exit Order top the list in a year of incredible albums for Boston.
From Guerilla Toss to People Like You, here’s what to add to your BBQ playlist.
Noise rock, pop, and experimental genres get wild at Brighton Music Hall once again.
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.
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.
Boston’s already got so much music stuffed into its nooks and crannies that a festival highlighting its underground acts seems redundant. Why draw attention to those already left in the shadows? But Hassle Fest, a three-day music festival ...
We may not want to accept the nearing proximity of fall, but Gracie is already greeting the shadowed season of change with smokey alt-rock.
On Guerilla Toss' new four-track set, they don’t ease up on the pedal while careening through walls of funk, punk and prog-rock, but they seem to have a steadier hand on the wheel.