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.
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 […]
Originally from Chicago, Tom Krell adopted his How To Dress Well moniker in 2009, and released his debut Love Remains in 2010. It was instantly acclaimed for its experimental, lo-fi […]
Mild High Club is stopping by the Middle East in Cambridge tomorrow night, 9/27. Check out our interview with Alex Brettin.
The SUNY Purchase-incubated Lo-fi band chats about their new album and getting stuck in an elevator with Keebler Elves.
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.
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 […]
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 […]