Everything you need to know about Boston’s best garage and psych rock festival according to the bands you love.
Boston's DIY garage, psych, and rock acts joined forces for this summer's best compilation album.
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Boston’s annual Rock ’n’ Roll Rumble has been going strong since 1979, but this year shook things up. The 2015 edition saw TT The Bear’s Place open its doors for eight nights to host ...
Opening Day. Marathon Monday. The Rock ’n Roll Rumble. All are welcome signs that Spring has finally arrived, but the Rumble is the only one that provides a soundtrack.
You’ll be learning much more about these bands as the Rumble gets underway, but here’s a few points of reference to get you started.
A Winter Sports meant to give you the skinny on where to go and why, and which gear, tech, deals, and parties to focus on from now until the sun returns and we can start wearing shorts in warm weather, instead of in the snow.
Some band plays Fenway, plus tracks from Zip-Tie Handcuffs, Mitski, The Fatal Flaw, Party Bois and more.
"it’s getting those fucking awesome repetitive sludgy riffs that you hear at the most fuzziest of tones that just make you want to get really fucking baked and fall into the riff forever, and then slam it, head-on collision, with the speed, intensity, and ferocity of the punk rock sound. When those come together, the coolest shit happens. Some galactic thing like when two planets or two suns collide. It’s like, fuck.”
That means Rick from Needham doesn’t just have to pretend he’s excited to bring you and your drunk friend all the way back to Southie at 3AM for no tip, but he now has to listen to Three 6 Mafia the whole way...