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  • Interview: Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig from Lucius March 16, 2018
    Indie pop act Lucius has evolved since their beginnings at the Berklee College of Music in Boston during the mid-2000s. Their 2013 debut album Wildewoman put them on the map with a fusion of folk and ‘60s pop. Then they moved from their home base in Brooklyn to Los Angeles in 2015. Recently they’ve been […]
  • Album of the Week: Carissa Johnson and the Cure-Alls – Talk Talk Talk March 16, 2018
    Carissa Johnson is a musician who has been injecting rock music with a refreshing dose of originality for the past few years. Her blend of ‘70s punk, power-pop and melodic modern flair has put her at the forefront of Boston’s legendary music scene. She also hits the road with her backing band known as the […]
  • Interview: Patrick Stickles of Titus Andronicus March 6, 2018
    Ever since their start in Glen Rock, NJ, in 2005, Titus Andronicus have been lauded for their energetic live performances. Frontman and guitarist Patrick Stickles sings intensely from the heart in unapologetic fashion. It’s musical honesty with a punk rock foundation that’s absolutely incredible. The band has their fifth studio album currently out, A Productive […]
  • Album of the Week: Superorganism March 6, 2018
    An incredibly good debut album has a power that can’t be overstated: It can make a band’s career and shift the music landscape. The first self-titled release from indie pop act Superorganism has what it takes with funky beats, interesting samples and catchy harmonies. Their album came out Mar 2 via the Domino Recording Company […]
  • Wyclef Jean Brings the Carnival to Fête, Mar 3 March 2, 2018
    Wyclef Jean is different from many of his hip-hop contemporaries due to his individualistic approach to the style. It’s hard to pin him down to one genre due to his incorporating world, folk, jazz and numerous other kinds of music. He also pays tribute to where he comes from in Haiti as part of his […]
  • Album of the Week: Screaming Females – All at Once March 2, 2018
    If you ask a band or a musician about the hardest things that come with their craft, often they’ll mention trying to capture their live essence in a studio album. It can be difficult to appreciate the spontaneous energy that comes with playing live in a room with only a limited amount of time to […]
  • Acid Dad Electrifies AS220 on February 27 February 28, 2018
    Brooklyn has always been a melting pot for live music. The 2000s saw the music scene there explode again with acts like TV On The Radio, Kevin Devine, The Hold Steady and numerous others putting out their best material and making the borough the epicenter for indie rock. The 2010s have brought changes to the […]
  • Album of the Week: Vundabar – Smell Smoke February 21, 2018
    Vundabar have found themselves reaching new heights in 2018. The act from Boston has gone from being under the radar to a band with a burgeoning following around New England and beyond. Frontman Brandon Hagen’s songwriting encompasses ‘80s era jangle pop, electrifying fuzz and artsy flair, exuding sounds that captivate the senses. Their third album, […]
  • Shopping (the band) at Columbus Theatre, Mar 2 February 21, 2018
    British post-punk trio Shopping are on a mission to make people move. The band that calls both London and Glasgow home has an organic approach to the style that’s abundant with rhythm. Their third album titled The Official Body released on Jan 19 via Fat Cat Records is a fine example with each track guaranteed […]
  • Album of the Week: Alice Ivy – I’m Dreaming February 12, 2018
    Australia has always had interesting music coming out of it. The country/continent has a very strong garage rock scene along with peculiar pop artists and they still worship ‘90s post-grunge act Silverchair like they’re The Beatles. With all of this going on, a new act is rising up from down under and it’s Alice Ivy. […]

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