Trippy overlapped clips, severed hands, and a sea of people rallying behind our favorite local frontman? Count us in.
The London punk rock act talk love and stress in the wake of their intensive, emotive sophomore album.
Boston’s slow-rock trio talk about the creation of and anxiety behind their emotionally jarring debut LP.
Boston’s Bat House talks feeling like an outsider when you’re a rock band educated at Berklee as they prepare to release their first full-length.
Meat Wave make the type of rock you just don’t find anymore — unless you’re prying into Chicago’s vibrant DIY scene.
Built to Spill’s frontman talks about his awful lyrics and why he doesn’t love their ’90s albums as much as the rest of the world does.
Rising act daephne ditch ’90s emo for dark grunge before they leave for the west coast.
It was a good night to party. And when Andrew W.K. shows up in Somerville for a solo show at a unique neighborhood venue like Cuisine en Locale, it becomes a dynamite night to party.
From self-taught fingerpicking to anxiety-ridden breaks, Pile frontman Rick Maguire talks highs and lows before his upcoming solo show.
The tao of Foo was in full swing as Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters performed their first of two nights in Boston’s Fenway Park. That broken foot isn’t slowing anything down.