SOLE TRAIN: CONVERSE ANNOUNCES FREE FIVE-NIGHT TAKEOVER AT THE SINCLAIR

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Because the names are so huge, let’s re-state that this is 100% free.

RUN FOR COVER: JIMI HENDRIX VS. CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG: “HEY JOE”

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Run For Cover is a weekly music column comparing cover songs to the original version. In this case, Charlotte Gainsbourg makes magic out of Jimi Hendrix’s classic rock staple.

RUN FOR COVER: VAMPIRE WEEKEND VS. MUMFORD & SONS: “COUSINS”

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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.

RUN FOR COVER: CHROMATICS VS. ANIKA: “IN THE CITY”

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  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 […]

REVIEW: THE LONG COUNT/THE LONG GAME AT THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART

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The experience was immersive. It expanded the world and left it that way, bowing as if to say, “This space is yours now. Add to the sound.”

REVIEW: A SUNNY DAY IN GLASGOW AT GREAT SCOTT

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The ’80s may have been a while ago, but A Sunny Day in Glasgow are giving today’s generation the scope of shoegaze they thought they would never see live.

BREAK THE CHAINS: BOSTON’S ALL GENDER, ALL GENRE DANCE PARTY

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“This dance party is about breaking down the systems that oppress and divide us and having a ton of fun while doing it … This is not a gay dance party or a lesbian night. It’s an event for people of all genders and sexualities to come together around awesome music, social justice, and community.”