Boston’s 1980s blues rock star Barrence Whitfield is ready for the spotlight once more — and he knows you will smile in his glow.
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Boston’s beloved ’90s blues rock duo played with the White Stripes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. So what took them so long to end their hiatus and record a new LP?
The Toronto art rock group talks baby pandas, backfired edibles, and what makes them cry.
After leaving Florida, Kaley Honeycutt found a new home for her surf pop band Baby! right here in Boston.
Alt rockers Great Grandpa talk 3 AM burger trips, Scrubs, and why they were never grounded growing up.
The empathy of Allston five-piece People Like You stretches from their new record, Verse, all the way to their lives outside music.
"The music I’m doing today is dismissed as something simple or fun, and it’s neither. It’s more negative than I wish for it to be, really, but that’s life usually."
How the dissolution of a high school band led to one of the most promising pop punk acts in Boston.
A friendly reminder that Boston is a city that runs on cyclical demolition and rebirth. Counterculture never left.
Jamaica Plain’s rising musician on the overlooked optimism of sad guitarwork and bailing Berklee before she even got here.