"I was talking about things that I didn’t even know I wanted to be talking about. I didn’t even know this album was going to be coming out. I just knew I wanted to make it, and then see if I wanted to share it with the world."
"I feel very humbled by it. It’s crazy … starting when we did and now I’m 25 doing this."
Solidarity Through Pride @ Alternative Art Space
Unless you’re living under a rock, you know that June is Boston Pride Month, and it’s time to get your gay on! There are literally hundreds of events on the calendar beyond the parade on June 11, so don’t just focus on one day to celebrate gay pride. For instance, ...
Your to do list for the week
This week it's all about making some noise!
As the long days of summer burn hot through the mid-season months, it’s important to get the right lineup of live music on one’s agenda in order to squeeze all the fun-juice out of summer’s bountiful fruit.
Waxahatchee stopped by the Sinclair Wednesday. Filtered through the bold, forlorn voice of Katie Crutchfield—it's powerful stuff—but a bit lacking live.
Being a band known for the heaviest, loudest crushers, and upside down crosses, lead singer Tom Araya seemed very upbeat and unstoppable in his smiling.
Today’s mainstream pop typically consists of a dozen co-writers for predictable songwriting and unnaturally overproduced crap music, but Lady Lamb is proving to be an exception to that rotten rule.
Despite the snow there's PLENTY to do.