Never mind the 4th of July, having new music from St. Vincent is cause for celebration. More
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Photos from this past weekend at the Boston Calling Music Festival. View “Boston Calling Part 1” here.
Photos from this past weekend at the Boston Calling Music Festival.
You’ve waited patiently all night long, or you fell asleep early. Either way, we’ve got your back – here are the artists that brought home the gold at the 2015 Grammys. More
When it comes to music festivals, it’s easy to let your tears of joy from the headliners cloud the less familiar names on the bottom half of the poster. More
After months of holding our collective breath, the Boston Calling lineup for this May (hand-picked by Aaron Dessner of The National) has been announced at long last with some major headliners and a few surprises. Beck, Pixies, My Morning Jacket and Ben Harper will anchor the three-day festival that boasts 23 total performers on the bill that ranges from big names to local favorites. More
Bill Murray has become a cultural staple in the US, both for his work on screen as well as his antics off. His latest film, “St. Vincent,” which just opened in theaters everywhere, shows a number of different levels of Murray– within his character of course, but pervasive in his own personality as well. More
Last night, Nirvana was honored and inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the week after the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s passing. Fans had been speculating for weeks as to who might be the one filling Cobain’s role as lead singer, until we found that the vocals would be handled at the ceremony by the likes of Joan Jett, Lorde, St. Vincent, and Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth. Those performances went off without a hitch, and the ceremony even included an extra-heavy moment as Courtney Love embraced Dave Grohl during the acceptance speech (there were some mixed reactions to it). More
This week has a lot of big tickets rolling through town, but a week ago, this weekend’s concert calendar looked even tastier. See, Tasty Burger in Harvard Square had become the new hotspot of the local music scene. That is, until last weekend, when an Idiot Genes show got a bit rowdy and was cut-off 20 minutes in. Since then, the venue has suspended hosting any shows. Luckily, some of these shows have been relocated, including Guerilla Toss and Brooklyn’s Cloud Becomes Your Hand. If you’re looking to attend, check Facebook for updated info. Or if you’d prefer, check out these other shows instead. More