Pop singer-songwriter Shamir masters vibrant vocals and video aesthetics before even turning 21 years old, though he’s got plenty of wisdom to share.
Be warned, young’uns: two septuagenarians just set the bar awfully high for you.
Books + music + beach = your summer reading roster
For local indie rockers Krill, the best part of playing Boston Calling is being beside Tenacious D.
The two spend their time falling for each other in a warped bizzaro world of blurred 3D-vision until things fall apart.
Today’s mainstream pop typically consists of a dozen co-writers for predictable songwriting and unnaturally overproduced crap music, but Lady Lamb is proving to be an exception to that rotten rule.
It goes without saying that no one can top Björk. Her songs are too pure at their core to be mimiced. Ane Brun, however, came the closest we’ve seen to doing Björk justice.
Run For Cover is a weekly music column comparing cover songs to the original version. Prepare for a major bending of rules as we hear musicians throw around genres, tempos, style, and intent. Whether they’re picking up another’s song out of respect or boredom, the results have impressed us. Even though Portland is most […]
For someone in his 60s, Stevie Wonder is more than an American icon. He’s a prodigy. Will Smith knew that and didn’t even try to play with the original. Instead, he got as ridiculous as it gets.
“People who fell in love with Funeral and You Forgot It In People were having sex for the first time and getting stoned for the first time and wanting to move out of their house and realizing that life sucks — aka growing up. We happened to be lucky enough to be there.”