Talk to anyone in Boston's indie music community and they will tell you how magical lo-fi artist Bedbug is—even if they're too modest to ever admit it.
After back-to-back deaths, keeping faith helped Michi Tassey of People Like You make her lo-fi solo debut.
There was no shortage of musical talent in 2017, and bite-sized EPs from Rams, Littlefoot, Haasan Barclay, Lilith, and more prove so.
“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.”
After five years, Abadabad return with a dazzling song we give 10 out of 10 fingers (thumbs, specifically) up.
Jamaica Plain’s rising musician on the overlooked optimism of sad guitarwork and bailing Berklee before she even got here.
Boston's slow-rock trio talk about the creation of and anxiety behind their emotionally jarring debut LP.
There aren’t enough bands in the alternative scene fronted by badass bass-wielding babes. Fortunately, Mitski and her brand-spankin’-new record 'bury me at makeout creek' are here to correct that issue.
"it’s getting those fucking awesome repetitive sludgy riffs that you hear at the most fuzziest of tones that just make you want to get really fucking baked and fall into the riff forever, and then slam it, head-on collision, with the speed, intensity, and ferocity of the punk rock sound. When those come together, the coolest shit happens. Some galactic thing like when two planets or two suns collide. It’s like, fuck.”