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Catching up with Ty Segall's Fuzz Live in Boston

Fuzz with Walter and Zip Tie Handcuffs The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA 11.16.2015 “A night of high volume three-piece bands at the Sinclair.” Sounding reminiscent of Black Sabbath  – even looking the part with Ty Segall wearing Ozzy Osbourne style eye liner – Fuzz brought traditional heavy metal to Harvard Square in support of their […]Read More »

The Weeknd Proves There's a Method to 'The Madness' in Worcester

The musical evolution of The Weeknd seems ironically organic. His tepid strokes into graphic sexual escapades–littered with ostensible alcohol and drug use–have inevitably become his audible trademark. The Weeknd (born Abel Tesfaye) still hasn’t managed to outgrow his lyrical deviancy, though–he just figured out a better way to sing it. And this past Thursday at […]Read More »

PHOTO GALLERY: Caspian Live in Boston

Caspian The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA October 23, 2015 Just over a year ago, Caspian celebrated 10 years as a band with a sold out, 2 set, chronologically played show at the Larcom Theatre in Beverly. On this night- their first show back in Massachusetts since and the last show of their US tour with […]Read More »

PHOTO GALLERY: Deafheaven, Envy and Tribulation Live in Boston

Deafheaven with Envy and Tribulation at Royale – Boston, MA November 3, 2015 First time touring the US in 5 years, Tokyo’s Envy performed a beautifully emotional and brutal set at Royale, opening up for San Francisco’s Deafheaven. On tour in support of their latest full length Atheist’s Cornea on Temporary Residence LTD, they took […]Read More »

Catching Up With The Darkness Live in Boston

THE DARKNESS Where: House of Blues—Boston, MA When: November 1, 2015 “Give me a D!” singer and lead guitarist Justin Hawkins demanded, the wildly enthusiastic crowd responding in kind. Then, “Give me an ‘arkness!” What does that spell? A rollicking good time. A hard-rocking mix of hilarity, high-pitched vocals, and incredibly sexy riffs. A vibrant—and vital—brand of […]Read More »

Quick Recap: Chance The Rapper Sells Out Boston's House of Blues, Proves Age Ain't Nothing But a Number

Chance The Rapper’s greatest asset is difficult to pinpoint when his artistry is as vast and complex as his lyricism. The 22 year old Chicago native basked in his luxuriously unhurried flow to a sold out Boston audience last night on his “Family Matters” Tour and was joined on this circuit by Towkio, D.R.A.M (whose […]Read More »

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