“I like playing shows, mostly because that’s the one space in my life where I feel like I can do pretty much anything and not feel like, “oops!” Because there are very little mistakes you could make. Just be there to have conversations and learn things. I love feeling like anything can happen.”
The indie dance group answers our questions on finding worldwide success, dream collaborations, and their sonic development.
This past February, Nap Eyes released their second album Thought Rock Fish Scale. It was was recorded in May 2014 on the Nova Scotia coast within four days. Nigel Chapman, […]
Only two months after passing through Boston to open for Troye Sivan, alternative rockers LANY (pronounced lay-knee) are scheduled to headline a show at the Sinclair. If the enthusiastic turnout […]
Tufts Junior Greg Warns speaks about group’s formation and his most recent band endeavor
Just a few months after performing with his band Fuzz at The Sinclair, Ty Segall is returning to Boston. He will stop at Royale tonight (Tuesday March 1st) with his […]