As half of the creative duo Ultimate Painting, Jack Cooper was responsible for some tightly-crafted songs that were equally at home as comparisons to late-60s Kinks or at times the thuggish savagery of prime Spacemen 3. The band abruptly imploded just as their fourth and still-unreleased record Up was to be released, and he's got new endeavor alive in its place. Modern Nature came to town on a very stacked pop/psych bill, with Cooper bringing along co-founder Will Young from Beak> on keyboards, Woods' drummer Aaron Neveu, and saxophone player Jeff Tobias adding some very interesting texture to the mix.
Everything you need to know about Boston’s best garage and psych rock festival according to the bands you love.
Whether you're a stoner girl or a dad rock-loving dad, we've got your summer plans all worked out.
Quilt's latest track "Roller" is a breath of fresh air. Boston's own, Quilt isn't holding back with their psychedelic rock.
Boston's favorite four-piece talks homesickness, orchestral arrangements, and the absurd beauty of plazas before their return.
Warning: there will be no analysis of the importance (or lack thereof) of the Boston Music Awards beyond this point. Well, maybe a little. We can't help ourselves.
On his first solo album, folk singer Joe Fletcher may have offered the warning, You’ve Got The Wrong Man, but for the purposes of Nave Annex Gallery’s upcoming art show, he seems just the artist for the job.
Ever wonder why everyone besides Bill Murray looks so happy at the Oscars, even when they leave empty-handed?