In a word, New Dakotas’ sound is upbeat; their music rests happily somewhere at the intersection of pop and rock. Save for the strong Fleet Foxes influence on “Warming Song,” […]
With the recent releases of “Machinist” and “Boyish”, Japanese Breakfast’s new album Soft Sounds From Another Planet draws itself wholly new and distinct from Psychopomp. The band plays at The Sinclair July 5th with (Sandy) Alex G and Cende.
Bay Area singer-songwriter Melina Duterte, known to the music world as Jay Som, is really blowing up. In the last year or so, she’s burst onto the indie rock scene […]
On March 6th, 2017, Vanessa Carlton and her violin accompanist, Skye Steele, took the Sinclair stage and lead the crowd through an adventure of moods and memories. Beginning her performance […]
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.