How one DIY four-piece gained a cult following without ever losing their modesty.
Evan Greer, Pile, The Kominas, and more on how an immigration clause may be the end of the music industry’s biggest festival.
A friendly reminder that Boston is a city that runs on cyclical demolition and rebirth. Counterculture never left.
Local rock act and newfound synthpop group talk age differences, music education, and the pros of Boston.
Over a decade into their career, Boston’s iconic indie rock act keeps their music more relevant than ever.
It’s already impossible to imagine the city without Jason Trefts of Illegally Blind — just look at this week’s upcoming Boston En Masse festival to understand why.
Boston’s already got so much music stuffed into its nooks and crannies that a festival highlighting its underground acts seems redundant. Why draw attention to those already left in the shadows? But Hassle Fest, a three-day music festival now entering its seventh year, goes beyond simple cherry picking to foster a community, style, and sound […]
Surf pop trio Vundabar talk French fame and staying goofy before their album release show at The Middle East.
Pile, Krill, Kal Marks, Palehound, Gnarwhal, and more will gather in support of Boston’s DIY label.
From self-taught fingerpicking to anxiety-ridden breaks, Pile frontman Rick Maguire talks highs and lows before his upcoming solo show.