While these artists aren’t new to making music, they're at the early stages of their careers — and we can’t wait to see how they flourish.
Idaho’s ’90s indie rock band talks about Treepeople, the solar eclipse, and finding time on tour to play basketball at the YMCA.
Boston’s 1980s blues rock star Barrence Whitfield is ready for the spotlight once more — and he knows you will smile in his glow.
Why Boston’s bleakest band is looking on the bright side with their most positive, and arguably most powerful, album yet.
Pile, Hayley Thompson-King, Cousin Stizz, and Exit Order top the list in a year of incredible albums for Boston.
There was no shortage of musical talent in 2017, and bite-sized EPs from Rams, Littlefoot, Haasan Barclay, Lilith, and more prove so.
"I finally got to write about the rock scene, but it’s also about the fallibility of memory, and that weird nostalgia. We all look back on our youth as some kind of golden time, but we’re all subjective, we’re all flawed. How much of that is real?"
Boston Fuzzstival is back, so we built a guide to help you decide which bands to see.
How an ex-Nuggets Records employee became the secret rock ’n’ roll hero Boston needed.
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