“Gonna Make a Record in the Month of May” — May 2013 and Why This Year Already Beats 2012
After the critical success of 2011’s “Badlands,” Alex Zhang Hungtai returns with the release of “Drifters/Love is the Devil” — a double album that expresses trauma in two devastating ways — the direct and the atmospheric.
Palma Violets are the greatest live band I’ve ever seen. I’m not backing down from that.
Vampire Weekend may hail from New York City, but with their boat shoes, button downs, and lyrics like, “Irish and proud, baby, naturally/But you got the luck of a Kennedy,” Massachusetts is their true spiritual home.
Ray gave us permission to peek through his doors of perception and a chance to live, for just for a few hours, in his world.
The idea of house concerts seems to be getting some legs. The “fabulous world headquarters loft of Accurate Records” again plays host, this time to the eclectic San Francisco band, Mercury Falls.
Any American arts critic worth his or her salt is part of a bohemian fringe, is aware of the political resonance of reviews, and is dedicated to sparking serious dialogue about arts and culture.
Boston Does Boston acknowledges our bands by having local musicians from all over town, as well as JP, cover songs by their fav Boston rockers and dance musicians.
The first Boston Calling Music Festival, plus Buffalo Tom, Mean Creek, Andrea Gillis, and Math the Band.
Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys specializes in modern psychedelic rock stripped of the jam-band baggage.