Brasstracks brings eclectic audience to Brighton Music Hall

    Brasstracks featuring Kemba January 30, 2019 @ Brighton Music Hall On a miserably cold night in a tiny venue called Brighton Music Hall, a duo named Brasstracks injected life into the night. Their genre of “future brass” makes for one of the most explosive, entertaining concerts that anyone can ask for. The Vibrant Tour with […]

    Less is more on Earl Sweatshirt’s lo-fi masterpiece ‘Some Rap Songs’

    Earl Sweatshirt Some Rap Songs Tan Cressida / Columbia Records · November 30, 2018 The brevity of the album does not diminish its quality, but instead heightens the emotional intensity and punches the listener with such curtness. Earl Sweatshirt stands apart from others in the rap game with his unique flow, fuzzy production elements, and most interestingly, […]

    Hippo Campus shows raw talent at The House of Blues

    Hippo Campus featuring The Districts October 27, 2018 at The House of Blues Not even heavy rain and 30 mph wind could stop a line from forming out the door of House of Blues for the Hippo Campus concert. The rain didn’t bring down anyone’s mood as we hustled our way into the warm venue. […]

    Elvis Costello is back in business with ‘Look Now’

    Elvis Costello & The Imposters Look Now Concord Records · October 12, 2018 Following a recording hiatus, Elvis Costello returns to prove that his talent did not dwindle. It has been over a decade since the last time Elvis Costello and The Imposters banded together in the studio to produce an album. He left it ambiguous […]

    Future Generations brings atmospheric sound to the Middle East

    Future Generations featuring Teenender and Zuli October 24, 2018 at the Middle East The two expectations I had for the Middle East were that it was part-venue, part-restaurant and “the fries are fantastic”. It turns out that the fries were fantastic and so were the acts performing that night, especially the headliner, Future Generations. I […]

    Phosphorescent ascends into a newfound journey with ‘C’est La Vie’

    Phosphorescent C’est La Vie Dead Oceans · October 5th, 2018 It’s as if Huock ripped the lyrics from a page out of his mind, lending a stream-of-consciousness flow to the songs. It makes it more present and more honest. C’est la vie: that is life. Embracing its uncertainties, and inviting the twists and turns. Matthew […]

    Why is no one talking about BØRNS?

    Where do we draw the line with sexual misconduct in the music industry? Warning: This article contains details of sexual assault. Recently, indie rock artist Garrett Borns (BØRNS) has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women, including one that claimed he had been grooming her since the age of 16. The allegations involve sexual […]

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