New Music Mondays | 4.11.16

    It’s Monday but classes are coming to a close. And apparently summer is close enough to start posting those cringy baby holding up a fist “lets make it through finals” memes. Time to start weeding through the Insta-whining and Insta-worthy. So instead of wasting time making jokes nobody finds funny anymore, take a study break and […]

    New Music Mondays | 4.4.2016

    “Sick” of Mondays too? We guarantee this helps you through the worst day of your week! List below… “G W M” by  Towkio Shawn As much as I hate Towkio with a passion and all that he stands for(talentless hacks riding off the success of their much more talented friends) this song has invaded my brain. I […]


    NEW MUSIC MONDAYS | 3.28 Its Monday, we feel you. Get another coffee, refresh your Facebook page as you scroll through this list of tunes, hand picked by our beloved Media Staff. We guarantee this helps you through the worst day of your week! “The Magician” by Andy Shauf  “The Magician” is our first intoxicating glimpse into […]

    Scenes from…Best Coast & Wavves

    Royale // February, 19th Last month west coast’s Best Coast & Wavves set out east for the second installment of their “Summer is Forever” tour. Five years after both band’s initial pioneer of the etched in stone north east music scene, where they worked to establish a stage for eager out of the dark fuzzy lo-fi lovers. Incase you […]

    Lit or Nah?: “TDC Alt Experiment” by Flying Lotus

    This week, Flying Lotus released three singles, all of which are pretty experimental. Falling somewhere between between B-sides and jam sessions with fellow musician and friend, the talented bassist, Thundercat, tracks “Haley’s Line” and “No Feeer Thunnderrrcatt2010” feature perpetual sounding bass and drum loops. Coupled with the dense and colorful production cannon that is Flying […]

    STAFF PICKS: Sets of the Semester

    Andy Shauf  // September 23, 2015 Brighton Music Hall – Allston, MA Under a purple light, Andy Shauf sat center stage on a stool, legs crossed with only his guitar to accompany him. Allston’s Brighton Music Hall would be the sixth stop on a sporadic tour for the Canadian, which included supporting “dream pop” legends Low through […]

    Scenes from…Porches, Eskimeaux & Brittle Brian

    Porches w/ Eskimeaux & Brittle Brian afterhours @ Northeastern University // February, 11th Last Thursday our good homies and office mates, Green Line Records, hosted a show at the always disappointing & anger inducing, awkward safe haven known as Northeastern University’s afterhours. However, Green Line had a 3 part trick up their sleeve in order to doop the NU student […]

    Lit or Nah?: “UGH!” by The 1975

    The 1975 ­- UGH! After the release of their slightly underwhelming first single, Love Me, off their oddly titled album I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, the drop of their second single, UGH!, is instilling confidence in the fans of British band The 1975 once […]

    Q&A with Gracie and Rachel – Jan. 23rd

    On January 23, our Program Director, Kenny DuMez, got the chance to sit down for a quick chat with Gracie and Rachel after opening for songwriter Julien Baker at Breklee’s Red Room in Boston. Gracie and Rachel have cemented themselves into a unique area within pop music by combining orchestral elements with traditional pop songwriting. Originally […]

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