By Ross Bretherton Plenty of students release albums while at Tufts, but not many first years can boast being at the forefront of a musical movement in their own hometown. […]
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.
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.
For a band that describes their influences as including everything from “bottles of cheap red wine” to Kurt Vonnegut novels, A Giant Dog is elusive to definition—which, I’m sure, is the point.
We sat down with Seattle’s Tangerine to talk about Sofia Coppola, The Strokes, K-Pop, and changing perceptions in music.
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.
Arthur Ashin is tired of sub-genres and internet buzz phrases.
We talk to Hibou about his new album and the year-long hibernation that preceded it.
SOAK’s Before We Forgot How To Dream was one of the most anticipated albums of the summer, but its release went almost unnoticed. What happened?
An interview with the synthpop band of recent college grads as they’re finishing up their first headlining tour.