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 […]
Vanessa Carlton is no one-hit-wonder. Catch up with the versatile songwriter at The Sinclair on March 6th.
by Iyad Bugaighis In a genre dominated by men, Kodie Shane differentiates herself with her ability to blend her Atlanta rap flow with her ethereal R&B singing voice, bringing a […]
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 […]
How the software engineers behind Spotify are changing what we listen to.
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+.
We chat with the lead guitarist of the Strokes about his new solo venture.
Smoke rolled across the stage of the Royale as the national anthem played. Passionately singing along until LANY walked out, the crowd’s singing quickly devolved into screaming. Members of LANY, […]
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.
Tacocat really had to force a scene that wasn’t… We had to make space for ourselves because there wasn’t a place for us. I think that’s a thing a lot of women don’t do: take credit for what they did. This was a real thing that happened. It was hard. We got a lot of terrible things said to us, and a lot of terrible things said about us. It was pretty hard and degrading, but we made this great scene.