The local Halloween tradition returns in which local bands play as one of their favorite, more mainstream bands.
Musician Patty Schemel’s slow climb to sobriety and wellness serves as the gripping backbone of the documentary “Hit So Hard,” to the point that it is difficult to believe that someone thumped so severely lived to tell her story.
As legions of college students flood back into New England, there is plenty going on to help you forget the woes of being trapped behind an out-of-towner’s U-Haul truck at an overpass on Storrow Drive. September is shaping up to be community month, so pick your poison and support your local scene.
Matt Bunsen and the Burners proves that comedic music can not only be funny, but also well-crafted and artful commentary.
Instead of painting the vibrant and colorful scene which is New Orleans, author Matt Miller supplies dry exposition about each event via a blow-by-blow chronological time line.
August ushers in some Lo-fi indie here in New England. Sebadoh and HR from Bad Brains are the well-knowns, but homegrown musicians Dan Blakeslee and School for Robots show us that minimalist artistic bones are growing healthy below the radar.
With the first official heat wave behind us, summer is now in full swing and there is a ton happening musically in New England. This month local music shows off its diversity.
At Land’s Edge is a creepy and wonderful piece of art that will more than likely inspire a mind-altering live experience.
Audrey Ryan does not mince words when it comes to what she thinks of “hipster posers,” her generation of the “apathetic age,” armchair critics, and stalker fans. Ryan performs Saturday, June 16th at the Clarendon Hall Presbyterian Church in Somerville, MA at 7:30 p.m.
Imitation and musical thievery are pretty standard in the current world of mainstream music, but when The Machine took the stage last night to perform the music of Pink Floyd, they drew a precise and deliberate line between impersonation and authentic tribute.