The Magnetic Fields' frontman chats about his rare solo tour, hearing problems, and his favorite Boston spots.
VOCAL LESSONS: PATRICK WATSON TURNS MUSIC INTO ADULT FAIRYTALES
Canadian singer-songwriter Patrick Watson talks adult fairytales and vocal advice before playing The Sinclair.
DAY THREE: PIXIES MAKE BOSTON CALLING PROUD
Boston Calling Spring 2015 wrapped up with a Pixies' homecoming return that made Boston rightfully proud.
DAY TWO: GIRLS RUN THE WORLD AT BOSTON CALLING
In a sea of sexist festivals, Boston Calling lets women run the world thanks to St. Vincent and Marina and the Diamonds.
NOISEMAKERS: MELT-BANANA DO AMERICA BETTER THAN AMERICANS
Japanese noise rock duo Melt-Banana talk international struggles, karaoke, and hanging with Steve Albini.
RUN FOR COVER: BOB DYLAN VS. THE TALLEST MAN ON EARTH: “I WANT YOU”
Swedish singer-songwriter The Tallest Man on Earth turns Dylan's rich love song into a speedy banjo howl.
FOTOBOM: CHANCE THE RAPPER, ACTION BRONSON AT THE SINCLAIR 4/30
With two remarkably memorable performances down, it seemed impossible that an even greater name take over the stage, but luck (and excellent curating) was on everyone's side.
RUN FOR COVER: INNOCENCE MISSION VS. SUFJAN STEVENS: “THE LAKES OF CANADA”
EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: STREIGHT ANGULAR BEND DIMENSIONS IN “MACHINES”
The two spend their time falling for each other in a warped bizzaro world of blurred 3D-vision until things fall apart.
RUN FOR COVER: THE ZOMBIES VS. DINOSAUR JR.: “WHENEVER YOU’RE READY”
This is what the '60s could have sounded like if The Zombies tripled up on the guitar amps.