Miya Folick featuring Barrie March 1, 2019 at Great Scott Despite the small stage and minimal set up, Folick showcased a riveting roller coaster of emotion, and the crowd responded accordingly. I wouldn’t have expected […]
James Blake February 20, 2019 at House of Blues The audience silently held their breath, not daring to disrupt the hypnotic lullaby that lured us closer–until suddenly, all at once, that silence crowned into a […]
The Knocks and Blu DeTiger featuring Young & Sick February 21, 2019 at The Sinclair The artists held a self-described “houseparty” inside The Sinclair, giving Bostonians a taste of New York’s nightlife. When the Knocks […]
Badflower OK, I’M SICK Big Machine Records · February 22, 2019 Badflower has provided a mature debut, talking about real issues and kicking their listeners’ ears in while they’re at it.
Panda Bear Buoys Domino Records · February 8, 2019 Going into any Animal Collective album, whether it’s the group together, or in this case a solo venture, there are expectations of experimentation and original, never-before thought […]
Adrienne Lenker featuring Luke Temple February 13, 2019 at The Sinclair The weird charisma of Luke Temple along with Lenker’s genuine and quaint musings added up to a show meant to be experienced in its […]
Meg Mac February 19, 2019 at Great Scott While sweet and down-to-earth in nature, Meg Mac sure doesn’t hold back when it comes to her songwriting. Australian pop singer/songwriter Meg Mac didn’t leave anything unsaid […]
Panda Bear with Home Blitz February 4, 2019 @ Paradise Rock Club Panda Bear’s set felt like one seamless mix. I didn’t expect anything less from the legend. Inside Paradise Rock Club, the crowd still […]
There were a ridiculous amount of standout performances this year, and unsurprisingly all of them were helmed by women. Sunday night was met with a bit of trepidation from Grammy viewers and musicians alike, given […]
dodie Human doddleoddle · January 18, 2019 Human is much of the same dodie that we have seen over her past two EPs.