What better time than now for footage of a legendary Seattle band covering a legendary Boston band to come back into play? After all, the Super Bowl is four days away, and we’re at the point where any Seattle trash-talk fodder comes in handy. More
Look to your left. Now, your right. Do you see a Baby Boomer? Then tell them U2 is coming to Boston for two shows at the TD Garden next summer. More
While bands with a “retro” sound have been a dime a dozen in the past few years, Bozmo can certainly be added to the list of those who have done it right (Tame Impala, Dr. Dog, etc.), with Bo Moore providing his unique spin on the bluesy, raw sounds of classic rock staples like The Velvet Underground, The Band, and countless other inspirations, without trying too hard. More
With increased gentrification threatening to transform Allston “Rock City” into yet another whitewashed, student-infested neighborhood, the Hub’s weirdest locale is losing the industrial art school vibe that made it such a haven for socially questionable music. This is why Millennium Falcon Punch’s “Project: Wideawake” feels so significant.
As a punk band, it’s hard to have a driving or responsible message about things like cops without coming off as too blatant or obvious. But after listening to and watching Providence’s Downtown Boys aggressively tackle those themes in their live show, you realize the politically charged, bilingual rock outfit is totally sincere about the realities they center their music around. More