Part of the nostalgia of seeing Joan Baez and Sting was the opportunity to relive the experiences of attending their concerts at a more youthful time in our lives.
In terms of composition, the songs on “Kveikur” are structured more straightforwardly than those on “Valtari,” but Sigur Rós remains determined to deny the listener the grand post-rock climaxes.
The crowd emptied into the humid Boston night having bridged the past and the present, thanks to the incredible talent of the city’s local music scene, reunited in tribute to a club that hosted many such moments over its 11-year history.
[Updated]Arts Fuse critics select the best in music, theater, and film that’s coming up this week. A new feature!
Every aspect of “Yeezus” has been shaped to alienate Kanye West’s fanbase – from the lack of cover art to the undernourished track list of ten songs.
Well, maybe this isn’t the last time. Maybe this isn’t the last tour. Maybe they’ll be around for a few more years at least. And why the hell not? The Stones have still got it, and they’re almost worth the money.
Updated with new theater and classical music recommendations. Arts Fuse critics select some of the most promising in music, theater, and film for the coming week. A new feature!
The band’s personal conflict and artistic turmoil proved to be fruitful because “…Like Clockwork” is Queens of the Stone Age’s most concise and mature disc to date.
Just every week this summer boasts at least one show of note at venues large and small in and around Boston. Here are ten that are worthy of a special mention.
Arts Fuse critics select some of the most promising in music, theater, and film for the coming week. A new feature!