B-sides, deep cuts, and classics will spin in Allston tonight to commemorate what would’ve been Bowie’s 70th birthday.
Boston had one hell of a year and we’ve got 30 records to prove it.
Speedy Ortiz’s frontwoman goes solo and tackles demisexuality, consent, comics, and everything in between.
The J-pop trio talks about PC Music, N64 songs, and how they find a balance between British dance and Japanese pop.
Pop is fun, but it’s a hell of a lot more so when things get weird.
A conversation with Berklee English prof Mark Polanzak about his new sorta memoir As journalists at DigBoston, it’s hard for us to worship genre-benders who take liberties in weaving fiction into nonfiction and memoir. But while phonies like Ben Mezrich patch together micro lies with fantasy and package slop as real talk, Berklee College […]
But I wrote this funny story about my dad’s death. It goes on for many more pages, being funny and super distanced from the grief.
Warpaint bassist jennylee gives tips on songwriting, singing, and how to overcome fear when you go solo.
Vanessa Carlton ditches the two-hit wonder status to build her own white picket fence life over a decade after “A Thousand Miles” and “White Houses”.
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.