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 […]
By Diana Hernandez and Katie Sanna Gothic sensations MUNA sold out the Brighton Music Hall on February 24th, only months after opening for Grouplove at the House of Blues. MUNA […]
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, […]
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 […]
Rosemere Road, a Cambridge-based folk trio, played a sold-out show last Saturday night at The Burren.
Though built on a foundation of murky and despairing emotions, the album does not—and will not—get eaten alive by this ill-willed darkness. Instead, Puberty 2 emerges with a sense of clarity for the listener. A gripping and reaching for a feeling of being grounded in some littler things in life, some gentleness, and some idea of a meaningful existence. Puberty 2 unabashedly screams, shouts, and aches against loose rhythms and fuzzy guitars, but then ultimately soothes. Today, Mitski will wear her white button-down.
“This guy, he’s like an artistic genius who’s always about to lose it, you know, like go nuts, but then always has it together,” said the hyped-and-sweaty kid behind me […]
Tufts Junior Greg Warns speaks about group’s formation and his most recent band endeavor
Hannah, Becca, and Taliana from And The Kids sat down with us at Bee’s Knees Co. in Allston, MA to answer some of our questions.
The Underachievers brought trap-driven energy to Paradise Rock Club but did it come at the cost of the experimentalism that makes their new album their best yet?