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Concerts & Festivals

PHOTO GALLERY: Cymbals Eat Guitars Live in Boston

Cymbals Eat Guitars opened up for former Husker Du and Sugar frontman Bob Mould on his latest solo tour at The Paradise in Boston last week. They are celebrating the release of their new album, Lose and are touring through early December – so check them out in a city near you!Read More »

PHOTO GALLERY: Jurassic 5 live in Boston

Jurassic 5 is currently embarked on a reunion tour celebrating their 20th Anniversary. Their last stop on the Word of Mouth reunion tour came to House of Blues Boston on Sunday August 3, 2014 and it was a truly great performance. They played for an hour and 45 minutes; their set included DJ battles, some freestyle work […]Read More »

Live Review: Lauryn Hill in Boston

I recently attended a conference that dissected the music business with some of the most influential writers in the game. The Digital Editor over at Ebony, Kierna Mayo, explained that in this world you must be able to distinguish fandom from journalism. That as music writers, we must be able to be consumers while still […]Read More »

PHOTO GALLERY & SHOW REVIEW: Imelda May Live At The Paradise

Performer photographer Matt Lambert caught Imelda May live at the Paradise Rock Club in Allston, MA last night. Here’s what he had to say… “Playing to a sold out crowd on a weeknight isn’t an easy feat, but Irish musician and at times jazzy singer/songwriter Imelda May proved it can be done and done with style. […]Read More »

PHOTO GALLERY: Brody Dalle Live in Boston

Brody Dalle, best known for founding and fronting the punk rock band The Distillers and rock outfit Spinnerette, stopped by The Sinclair in Harvard Square (Cambridge, MA) last Monday. While touring in support of her debut solo album Diploid Love, she did not disappoint.  Check out the shots below!    Read More »

Louisville’s Forecastle Festival gets bigger, weirder, happier and hippier.

Forecastle Festival did it again. It grew in both size and clout. Swelling from 30,000+ in 2012, to nearly doubling that figure this year, with just over 60,000 who flocked to the banks of the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky. Unified by music, art and activism (amongst other things), something is definitely happening here that […]Read More »

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