On FlashLight, a new LP with producer Lightfoot, Flash comes strong as a solo artist, breaking beats over his knee along with stereotypes about group members going at it alone.
To show how far these artists have come even over the past few months—through Boston Music Awards wins, headline performances, and national media attention—we brought them together for a special shoot, Vanity Fair-style.
"I was talking about things that I didn’t even know I wanted to be talking about. I didn’t even know this album was going to be coming out. I just knew I wanted to make it, and then see if I wanted to share it with the world."
As it turns out, the scout behind the multiband festivities is musician Will Dailey, a longtime force on the New England music scene. Though more known for his songwriting than his show-booking skills, Dailey sees the HarpoonFest collaboration as a way he can pay it forward.
From who's nominated to why it's a big deal, here's everything you need to know to celebrate the music scene’s biggest night.
A day-by-day breakdown of psych rock must sees as the local music festival returns for its sixth year.
Why Mark Merren is rounding up the coolest rising rappers for one of the biggest nights in Boston hip-hop.
How a music promoter convinced a massive South End complex to welcome local artists like Oompa, Aubrey Haddard, and Ed Balloon.
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.
How a Roxbury poet-turned-rapper is making a career off of hyper-reflective truth and optimistic perseverance.