It takes exceptional artistry to turn an ’80s groove track into an R&B social justice anthem. Luckily for us, we have Shea Rose.
From ’90s rap to math rock, new music is on the way from some of Massachusetts’ most underrated acts.
R&B crooner The Weeknd brought the heart-shaped groove to Worcester on Thursday.
Odd Future spinoff duo The Internet delve into Michael Brown, MySpace, and finding confidence when you’re shy.
No matter which performance of hers remains closest to your heart—the studio-perfected bass of “You Know I’m No Good” or the mascara-smeared flair of her Glastonbury set—Amy will reset your appreciation of her work and, more importantly, of her as a person.
Record Store Day is a bit of a clusterfuck now.
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.
Flying Lotus, like Thundercat, is proof that the easiest way to be cool is to be good at what you do.
Covering Motown staples can be a tricky thing: there’s so much foundation, so much charm, and so little room for improvement. Pond acknowledged that and sat down to play their own loose, fun version.