Palm, Banned Books, URSULA, Jonah Furman, Strange Mangers, Stumpf, and more gear up to play Show Mom Fest 2, one of the city’s most welcoming festivals.
How one trio brought southern folk rock to the heart of Boston and got sports fans to rally around them in the process.
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.
Pop singer-songwriter Shamir masters vibrant vocals and video aesthetics before even turning 21 years old, though he’s got plenty of wisdom to share.
Prass’ songs are romantic and marked by simplicity. She is in love with romance, and for good reason; it has proved a rich topic throughout her music career.
Deafheaven frontman George Clarke opens up about New Bermuda, complacency, and why opening mail sucks.
In some of Boston’s mustiest basements, Rosie and the Rosies can be found breathing new energy into local punk crowds.
Queercore group Aye Nako push through physical and verbal abuse to create pop punk for people of color, the LGBTQ community, and listeners seeking inclusion in a time where that’s hard to find.
For instance, one of the authors is fervently anti-brunch, and the other is NOT a monster.
Meat Wave make the type of rock you just don’t find anymore — unless you’re prying into Chicago’s vibrant DIY scene.