Sidney Gish, Mal Devisa, Fiddlehead, Vein, Dutch ReBelle, and more top the list
Our handpicked holiday shopping guide focuses on 10 Boston-based gifts for the music lover in your life.
You gotta hand it to Dave Grohl. In a world where rock songs are largely irrelevant to the pop culture, where radio support and record sales are a quaint reminder of days gone past, he and his band of fellow Foo Fighters managed to bang out Fenway Park for two consecutive nights. The second ...
Faust @ Brighton Music Hall
The early ’70s saw the explosion of many fertile minds via the poorly-named ‘Krautrock’ movement (Kosmiche Musik is a more acceptable substitute) and while Can, Kraftwerk, Harmonia and Neu! grabbed a lot of the attention, the more temperamental and experimental Faust ...
From alternative hip-hop to chamber folk, here's a cheat sheet to Boston's best music of the year so far.
Don't know how to celebrate the holiday? From alt-rock locals Speedy Ortiz to Japanese noise group Boris, there's plenty of concerts worth climbing out of your coffin for.
Pile, Speedy Ortiz, Avenue, and more local musicians share their favorite spots around the city for our back-to-school guide.
A friendly reminder that Boston is a city that runs on cyclical demolition and rebirth. Counterculture never left.
Speedy Ortiz's frontwoman goes solo and tackles demisexuality, consent, comics, and everything in between.
Speedy Ortiz talk pool floats, cannonballs, and yacht rock before they play a cruise ship with Downtown Boys and Francine.