Concerts & Festivals

How About Some Rad Photos of Weezer Live in Boston? OK!

Ahead of a proper tour in support of their latest album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, Weezer provided acoustic nostalgia and a guitar-driven rock opera for a faithful few. The intimately crammed corners of The Sinclair in Cambridge welcomed Rivers Cuomo to the stage, alone, strumming the chords to “You Gave Your Love to […]Read More »

Photo Gallery: Gates Live in Boston

On tour with Frameworks and Pianos Become The Teeth for the last few days of October, New Jersey’s post-rock/emo quintet Gates played to a sold-out Middle East Upstairs room in Cambridge last night. They recently released their full-length debut album Bloom & Breathe on Pure Noise Records. With beautifully layered guitars and strong yet dream-like vocals, […]Read More »

ICYMI: Highlights From Austin City Limits Music Festival 2014

“The stars at night are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas.”So it goes according to the age-old song lyric, once written by June Hershey back in the 1940’s. As for weekend two of the Austin City Limits music festival, the saying was more figurative, than literal, as overcast and rain hindered the […]Read More »

Live Review: You Blew It! in Boston

You Blew It! isn’t just another up and coming band whose trademark open wound introspection makes them ripe to teenage susceptibility. They are newfound pillars in the movement that is slowly becoming known as emo revival. Emo music, which became a stigmatized genre consisting of harrowing posterboys like Dashboard Confessional, The Starting Line and Something Corporate, is much more than […]Read More »

PHOTO GALLERY: We Are Scientists Live in Boston

Highly sarcastic, cautiously biting, and always endearing, We Are Scientists once again brought their two-bit comedy routine to Boston this past Wednesday to The Sinclair. As their first stop on their ten day tour with Surfer Blood, the boys were in high spirits while navigating through some of our favorite hits. They covered everything from […]Read More »

Photo Gallery: Pure Bathing Culture in Boston

The Sinclair in Cambridge became the backdrop for the intimate desperation and verbal abstraction that is Pure Bathing Culture. Last year’s Moon Tides contained such a sumptuous emotional gravity that this show promised to be a charming adventure into the bright and catchy sound of disaster that the Portland natives are known for. They definitely delivered, and last night their melodic minimalism […]Read More »

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