Melisma talked to local Matthew Stubbs, of Matthew Stubbs & the Antiguas. He’ll be starting up a new residency at Harvard Square’s The Sinclair this Monday, January 2, of Instrumental Psychedelic sets accompanied by projections. No cover, 21+.
Listening to Tennyson is an aural amusement park ride. Their knack for unpredictable song structures pairs perfectly with the playful array of sound effects they utilize for percussion.
The first show I went to in Boston, as a first-year at Tufts, was Built to Spill at Paradise Rock Club. My brother was coming with his friends from Bowdoin to […]
Bringing back both the ethos of early 70s singer-songwriters and the roots of backwoods rock, Whitney is a new band with a vintage sound. Max Kakacek and Julien Ehrlich (who […]
Mild High Club is stopping by the Middle East in Cambridge tomorrow night, 9/27. Check out our interview with Alex Brettin.
Rosemere Road, a Cambridge-based folk trio, played a sold-out show last Saturday night at The Burren.
The SUNY Purchase-incubated Lo-fi band chats about their new album and getting stuck in an elevator with Keebler Elves.
In the interstice between two rooms in a tiny Back Bay apartment, Altitude weaves together ethereal beats on an Akai controller for an audience of about sixty. Beneath the exposed […]
If you’ve been on campus the past few months, you’ve probably heard the name Water Walk. Tufts’ latest student band has played everywhere from Pi Rho’s basement to the Thunder […]
I think the most formative moment was hearing David Berman say, “All my favorite singers couldn’t sing” in the Silver Jews song “We Are Real.” I was like, “You know what? It doesn’t matter how well a line in a song I’m writing is delivered, it matters what I’m saying.” I like to think of my songs as poems above anything else, so it was important for me to hear that so I could move forward with confidence.