Japanese Breakfast, the moniker/project of Philadelphia-based musician Michelle Zauner, is the first artist whose show I’ve been to more than once. The first time I saw her was in my […]
Jonathan Wilson’s recorded music carries a certain intrigue and vintage feel to it, seemingly created through a combination of his mysterious voice and tendency to utilize vintage-style instruments and effects […]
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?
As their name implies, Avid Dancer will get you moving. When they opened for BØRNS last month at the Sinclair, there wasn’t a still body in the house. Frontman Jacob […]
The Australian pop-phenomenon talks with Melisma about his unusual rise to fame, inspirations, and phone-happy fans.
The Avett Brothers, Gregory Alan Isakov, and Of Monsters and Men! Lovers of man-buns and banjoes rejoice!
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The Tufts trio’s debut is a short and sweet record that explores the contours of their sound.
Imagine if Janelle Monae joined Chance The Rapper’s The Social Experiment. This is the album they would make.