Not many alternative rock bands of the 2000s have been able to maintain the success they gained, let alone do so while staying true to themselves as artists as The […]
By Jeff Blitt and Evan Zigmond Having discovered TOO MANY ZOOZ in 2014 when a video of their performance in New York City’s Union square station went viral, we knew […]
Why it’s more important than ever that fans and artists work together.
The Promise, Failure, and Danger of Facebook Live.
By Aidan Menchaca Boston has a new venue, Sonia, to replace the beloved TT The Bear’s Place. TT The Bear’s was bought by the Sater brothers, who own the neighboring […]
By Sarah Markos Beyoncé’s ambitious visual album Lemonade is a 56-minute chronicle of black femininity overflowing with personal and political messages. Her ethereal performance at the 59th annual Grammy Awards […]
Anna Wise released her second EP, The Feminine Act II, earlier this year. The EP combines force and vulnerability in an honest and unabashed examination of womanhood. Wise’s haunting vocals […]
When listening to the new Japandroids album Near To The Wild Heart Of Life, it’s hard to tell that The Japandroids took a three-year hiatus from music before releasing their […]
By Teddy Obrecht Not even a minute into their first ever photo shoot on the streets of the Lower East side, the up-and-coming NYC rockers The Strokes started a fist […]
Tufts’ Professor Gidney offers an academic perspective of one mom’s youtube meltdown.