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A day-by-day breakdown of psych rock must sees as the local music festival returns for its sixth year.
The synth-driven poppers talk Drake, southern food, and Klon Centaur pedals.
If you want to understand Boston’s local music, then you’ve got to see our city’s musicians perform live at these five shows.
"Like Daniel San in Karate Kid with wax-on/wax-off, I had been unknowingly training to be a Simpsons quiz mistress my whole life."
The musician, filmmaker, photographer, writer, producer, and founder of HipStory dishes out tips about how to get involved in Boston's music & arts scene without burning out.
Why local artists like Today Junior, Bruvs, and more are rallying to raise funds for gun violence prevention.
"[The school shooting] was 40 years ago for me, and I can tell you that when things like that happen to you they never really leave you. You can patch it over, but it’s like patching up an old sofa: Occasionally the stuffing will continue to come out. That’s how I feel now, like the stuffing is coming out."
For our interview series, the PhD rapper talks Metroid, social caveats, and the lasting impact of NASA icon Mae Jemison.
Though Elder hasn’t really been a Boston-based band for a while now, with singer/guitarist Nick DiSalvo back living in Germany and the rest of the band is scattered around the southeast coastline, the sold out room certainly had a hometown celebration vibe to it. Fresh off what might be ... read more