“Too often these mural festivals prioritize the big out-of-town artists, and then throw in a couple locals for good measure, but Street Theory kind of does it the other way around. Give the locals a chance to shine on their own stage, while inviting a small group of outside big-name talent to drive more interest."
Monthly guide to Boston’s music and arts underground reaches milestone issue
"We are surrounded by so much information, yet we feel helpless like we know nothing or at least everything we once thought was true isn’t true anymore. Gender, race, religion is all up for grabs."
“The thing about Boston is, if you go underground for 18 months and practice and have kids and get married and make an album, you come out and all the bands you used to play with are gone. And the people you knew that could help you get shows have moved away.”
“It’s getting harder and harder to know our neighbors. I [used to know] everyone on the street; I could go from building to building to building. This is a good way to get to know the people that still live here.”