From collaborating with Chance the Rapper and Mick Jenkins to selling out her own headlining tour, Noname is bound for stardom. It’s her tender hip-hop poetry that’s rocketing her there quickly.
Because sometimes you need a day full of music to feel okay.
Everything you need to know about Boston’s best garage and psych rock festival according to the bands you love.
The Los Angeles duo talk about their upcoming record, honest songwriting, and the search for a perfect pair of pants.
If there’s one thing we know, it’s how to ring in the new year in style. From punk rock to classical, the concert options for tonight are endless—and so is that stream of bubbly.
From self-taught fingerpicking to anxiety-ridden breaks, Pile frontman Rick Maguire talks highs and lows before his upcoming solo show.
The Fagettes has changed thier name to The Barbazons, and with any luck, the members won’t have to keep talking about it much longer.
Photo By Connor Olthuis Since forming in 2010, Toronto-based jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD have released three albums, played international festival stages, helped score RZA’s kung fu flick The Man With the Iron Fists, and served as the weekend band-in-residence at Coachella. And yet, even with their robust CV, the band—Matthew Tavares (keys/synth), Alexander Sowinski (drums) and […]
There are a couple hundred performing arts organizations in the area, and while we’d like to comb through the fine print of each and spotlight the ways to make them all accessible, well, we’d need a bigger boat. We also know you don’t have the attention span for a list that long. We’ve hand selected […]
If you’re a student who blew through your semester’s savings by the end of September, someone who hands over each paycheck directly to their landlord, or someone busy working to find work, sneezing next to one of greater Boston’s many arts institutions can feel like an overdraft threat to your bank account. That should’t be the case, and in many instances, it’s not.