Turnover Release Third Full-Length ‘Good Nature’

    Turnover Good Nature Run For Cover Records · August 25th, 2017  [three_fourth]Turnover’s third full-length, Good Nature, is a stunning take on love, perspective, and growth, accompanied by warm guitar and vocals throughout. Singer Austin Getz describes love as being “soft as velvet” in “Bonnie (Rhythm & Melody),” which is also an appropriate description for the album itself. […]

    Deafheaven @ Fête Ballroom

    Deafheaven November 19th, 2016 at Fête Ballroom By: Jillian Fliedner Deafheaven has been labeled as a “hipster” metal band ever since the release of their debut album Sunbather. Pitchfork’s obsession with them changed the way a lot of “real” metal fans viewed the band, but despite this label, this post-black metal band from San Francisco played […]

    The Japanese House @ Great Scott

    The Japanese House November 21, 2016 at Great Scott By: Jillian Fliedner After getting a chance to interview The Japanese House instead of being stuck in the cold waiting in line, I was lucky enough to witness one of the best opening bands I have ever seen. I usually hate having to stand through openers, […]

    The 1975 @ Mohegan Sun Arena

    The 1975  November 5th, 2016 at Mohegan Sun Arena By: Jillian Fliedner On November 5th, The 1975 stopped by Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT, offering a stunning performance and demonstrating how much they have honed their live show through a combination of their theatrics and pure talent. Opening with a possibly perfect show introduction, […]

    The Japanese House Release “Swim Against the Tide” EP

    The Japanese House Swim Against the Tide – EP Dirty Hit Limited · November 11th, 2016 By: Jillian Fliedner “Litness” Test*: *Out of 5 Amber Bain’s The Japanese House does not receive nearly enough attention, but her third EP, Swim Against the Tide, continues to establish Amber as an artist who deserves a long stay in […]

    Q&A with The Japanese House

    Amber Bain talks about where she might take photos next, her third favorite flower, and her new EP.  While standing in a puddle of bathroom sink water at Great Scott in Allston, I got the chance to interview Amber Bain, mostly known as The Japanese House right before the start of her first US headlining […]

    Opeth and The Sword @ House of Blues

    Opeth – October 2, 2016 House of Blues On their new tour supporting their recently released album Sorceress, Opeth played House of Blues Boston on October 2, with The Sword as their openers. For about 45 minutes of the show, The Sword opened the audience to their seductive sound that seems completely inspired by the […]

    Bad Suns Releases Sophomore Album “Disappear Here”

    Bad Suns’ sophomore album, Disappear Here, was released September 16th, and it is definitely an album that can be listened to over and over again (which I totally have been doing). The album makes you question what decade the album was really released in, with both its 90s and modern vibe. Despite all of the […]

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