Jay Som and Justus Proffit bring their fresh new sound to Great Scott

    Jay Som featuring Justus Proffit December 9, 2018 at Great Scott Since her debut album Everybody Works, Jay Som– real name Melina Duterte– has quickly risen through the ranks to become one of the hottest indie rock artists of this past year. After a year of touring, she returned to California and met singer and […]

    Stella Donnelly lights up Great Scott

    Stella Donnelly October 24, 2018 at Great Scott On a quiet Wednesday night when most Bostonians were tuned into their TVs watching the Red Sox in the World Series something special was happening inside of the Great Scott in Allston. Australian singer and songwriter Stella Donnelly was able to completely captivate a small and intimate […]

    Nothing brings their twisted, melancholic world to The Sinclair

    Nothing October 7, 2018 @ The Sinclair Nothing’s twisted world of incarceration, violence, and melancholy colored their dark set, creating not only one of the loudest shows I’ve ever been to, but also one of the saddest and most moving. Shoegaze has always intrigued me. The genre includes bands from dream pop to aggressive punk, […]

    New Music Mondays | 02.26.18

    Midterms got you down? Cheer up, we have a ton of music just for you #NMM ‘Nameless, Faceless’ – Courtney Barnett “She’s back! Courtney Barnett, Australia’s queen of indie rock, returns with a brutal takedown of armchair misogynists, served with a generous helping of her trademark wit and dry humor. It seems straightforward at first: […]

    Knuckle Puck release full-length ‘Shapeshifter’

    Knuckle Puck Shapeshifter Rise Records · October 12, 2017 [three_fourth]Knuckle Puck’s first album Copacetic was a pop-punk dream. Simple yet meaningful lyrics and heavy, intricate guitar and drum instrumentals made them the perfect band to mosh to. However, on their EP Calendar Days/Indecisive, the band decided to shift their sound, with lead singer Joe Taylor’s vocals coming […]

    Japandroids @ The Royale

    Japandroids February 2oth at The Royale By: Moin Khwaja After an amazing world tour in support of 2012’s Celebration Rock, Japandroids took a bit of a hiatus. This quickly changed in late 2016 when they announced the release of a new album, Near To The Wild Heart Of Life. Upgrading their venue from the Great Scott to […]

    Porter Robinson and Madeon @ Orpheum Theatre

    Porter Robinson and Madeon November 15th, 2016 at Orpheum Theatre By: Moin Khwaja After the release of his hit debut album Worlds, DJ Porter Robinson teamed up with close friend Madeon (Hugo Leclercq) to work on new music together and on August 11th, 2016 “Shelter”, the product of their collaboration, was released. Seen as a perfect […]

    Big D and the Kids Table @ Paradise Rock Club

    Big D and the Kids Table October 22nd at Paradise Rock Club By: Moin Khwaja For 19 years, Big D and the Kids Table have been putting on the spookiest ska show in the Boston area. Every year, 800 people in different costumes come down to the Paradise for a night of stomp and stroll. […]

    Modern Baseball @ Run for Cover Records

    Modern Baseball October 16th, 2016 Run for Cover Records, Allston, MA Announced on Run for Cover’s Instagram only four days before the show, Modern Baseball made a special stop at the label’s headquarters in Allston, MA for a quick acoustic set. The office only hosted about 35 people so everyone got cozy, chatting as we […]

    Like Pacific @ Out of the Blue

    Like Pacific with Broadside, Rarity, Boston Manor, and Acadia October 12th, 2016 at Out of the Blue By: Moin Khwaja Art galleries are usually known for being quiet and peaceful, so throwing crazy punk shows at one would not be the first thing that comes to mind. During the day, Out of the Blue Art Gallery, […]

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