show reviews.

Indigo De Souza sees the future at Brighton Music Hall

Indigo De Souza September 26, 2021 at Brighton Music Hall Packed with shimmering vape clouds, thick leather jackets, and an eclectic mishmash of piercings in every location known to man, the line to get into the Indigo De Souza concert at Brighton Music Hall was made up of the most concentrated collection of Doc Martens […]

LØLØ delivers a spectacular show to an unresponsive crowd at House of Blues

LØLØ Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour (New Found Glory, Less Than Jake, Hot Mulligan, LØLØ) October 5, 2021 at House of Blues The scene outside the House of Blues was one uniquely Boston, a swirling crowd of yelling baseball fans, impatient bar-goers, and early general-admissioners waiting to attend the “Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead” […]

Glass Animals’ Dreamland tour: A dream no one wanted to wake up from

Glass Animals September 29, 2021 at Leader Bank Pavilion In between my pre-concert oh-my-god-I’m-seeing-Glass-Animals freakouts, the first thing I noticed after arriving at my seats in the Liberty Bank Pavilion was the stage. It cleverly animated Glass Animals’ third studio album Dreamland’s cover, featuring a huge pyramid, a basketball hoop, a neon hotel sign, and […]

The Four-Eyed Horsemen lead an enthralling return at City Winery

The Four-Eyed Horsemen (Schäffer the Darklord, MC Frontalot, Mega Ran, and MC Lars) September 24, 2021 at City Winery Walking into the small, tavern-like venue, the first person right there is Andrew Robert Nielsen, stage name MC Lars, manning the merch bar and having animated conversations with everyone who passes by. The show hasn’t even […]

Faye Webster brings her new sound and good laughs to the Sinclair

Faye Webster September 20, 2021 at the Sinclair Notes from a pedal steel ring throughout the packed Sinclair, a staple instrument of Faye Webster’s discography.  She opens the show with “Better Distractions,” the first track off of her June 2021 release I Know I’m Funny haha. The album title perfectly characterizes Webster’s witty and easygoing […]

The Glorious Sons conquer a sold-out Sinclair

The Glorious Sons  January 19, 2019 at The Sinclair “Don’t just look at us and smile. Move, motherfucker!” exclaimed Brett Emmons, lead vocalist of Ontario rock group The Glorious Sons. The sold-out Sinclair lit up, ready for a night of anthemic sing-alongs. Fans raised foam-fingers in the shape of an ‘L’ – a sign that fans […]

A$AP Ferg hit some highs and lows at House of Blues

A$AP Ferg  December 19, 2019 at House of Blues Boston’s House of Blues was the 31st stop on A$AP Ferg’s lengthy Floor Seats Tour in support of his new EP of the same name. I arrived at the venue right as the first act started, so I rushed inside and found a spot in the […]

Turnover brings intimate, dreamy rock to The Sinclair

Turnover  December 11, 2019 at The Sinclair Turnover played a sold-out show at the Sinclair on December 11th as part of the tour for their new album Altogether, which was released in November. The tour was supported by Canadian indie-pop group Men I Trust and Brooklyn-based indie artist Renata Zeiguer.  The band, hailing from Virginia […]

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