R&B crooner The Weeknd brought the heart-shaped groove to Worcester on Thursday.
The 20 Years Queer tour hits town, with a look back at Garbage’s debut record and associated B sides.
Low’s show at Brighton Music Hall offered a return to the club feel that marked the band’s ’90s debut.
Over the course of two sets, the veteran tunesmiths reaffirmed their standing as the best big indie band in the land.
After a small warm up set of songs from throughout their career, Scottish brothers Jim and William Reid dig straight into their debut record from thirty years ago.
Boston Calling turned up the volume for vocalists in Alabama Shakes, Hozier, and fun. on day three.
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Chvrches, DOOMTREE, and Skylar Spence gave things a whirl during Boston Calling’s Saturday sets.
Boston Calling plays the cards right with The Avett Brothers, Of Monsters and Men, and Gregory Alan Isakov on day one.
High On Fire torch Royale with a heavy dose of Luminiferous, their new album.
Van Halen may not hit the same quarter mile time as in their prime, but they still love to rev the engine and it’s still worth a trip around the track.