“It’s hard to be on the receiving end of someone’s higher level of stress. And that is just the human condition right now.”
At first glance, The National might not strike one as a band who command a following that fills arenas. The group’s literate, self-effacing gloom certainly lends itself to a certain cultish devotion, but few artists making music that sounds this way have translated the approach into the clout ...
In our recurring interview series, Atlanta's garage punk rebels talk jumpscares, arthritis, and why you should pee when you want to pee.
Allston's pop rock group Future Teens started out as a bad joke, but now they're living off of good laughs.
Strange as it may have seemed once, former indie rock darlings Arcade Fire have settled comfortably into the role of festival and arena headliners. Their shows behind 2013’s ambitious, danceable odyssey Reflektor proved what “Wake Up” had always suggested: that the band’s anthemic ...
In a rare Boston appearance–their first in seven years–the genre-defying Gorillaz brought their full-band roadshow to Boston with a handful of digital guests.
Wednesday was just the second night of the season for the Pavilion, Boston’s tented harbor-side venue which remains perpetually at nature’s mercy.
At The Drive-In made a memorable return following an 11-year hiatus.
The festival gears up for its 2017 edition with a benefit for Girls Rock Campaign Boston and Rosie's Place.
At a time when our country is divided, let a Bummer City-organized show remind you why diversity is crucial.