by Katelyn Desjardins Before attending her show at the Sinclair this November, I was admittedly not the most dedicated mxmtoon fan. I had heard a couple of her songs and […]
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m terrified of large crowds, let alone mosh pits. When A$AP Rocky called for a mosh pit at my second ever festival, I […]
To me, the key appeal of bedroom pop is the sense of intimacy that it can create. Extraneous theatrics are stripped back, but not to the point where songs become […]
Costumes were encouraged at Crumb’s sold-out Halloween show at The Sinclair, and fans delivered, filling the venue with sailors, skeletons, and everything in between. More than just Halloween excitement, there […]
I have the pleasure of living in a single this year—a welcome change from the triple which I lived in last year. Now that I no longer have to worry […]
by Kayla Avitabile The beloved Boise-native indie rock band Built to Spill played not one, but three shows at Cambridge’s The Sinclair late September. That in and of itself attests […]
Many artists go on tour in celebration of an album, but Tokimonsta is on tour in celebration of having her life back. On the rebound from a rare brain […]
With the recent releases of “Machinist” and “Boyish”, Japanese Breakfast’s new album Soft Sounds From Another Planet draws itself wholly new and distinct from Psychopomp. The band plays at The Sinclair July 5th with (Sandy) Alex G and Cende.
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 […]
Rising from the Brooklyn music scene is the soulful synthpop group Wet, made up of Kelly Zutrau, Martin Sulkow, and Joe Valle.