The rising folk act talks praying mantises, herbal remedies, and being haunted by Ludacris in song.
30 BEST LOCAL ALBUMS OF 2017
Pile, Hayley Thompson-King, Cousin Stizz, and Exit Order top the list in a year of incredible albums for Boston.
MINI DRESSES: WHY BOSTON’S SMARTEST TRIO WAITED FIVE YEARS TO RELEASE AN ALBUM
“We try to adhere to the spirit of minimalist making, but we don’t identify as dream pop now. We just happened to make music that was dreaming.”
RAGE AGAINST THE MAGAZINE: COUNTERCULTURE IS ALIVE AND WELL
A friendly reminder that Boston is a city that runs on cyclical demolition and rebirth. Counterculture never left.
LINA TULLGREN: EARNEST OPTIMISM AND ACCIDENTAL MELANCHOLY IN NEW ENGLAND
Jamaica Plain’s rising musician on the overlooked optimism of sad guitarwork and bailing Berklee before she even got here.
SUGAR HIGH: THE CONFIDENCE AND CROCS OF IAN SWEET
Ian Sweet talks finding your freak voice in a sea of jazzy Berklee kids.