Show Reviews

J. Cole closes his tour with a memorable performance at TD Garden

J. Cole October 10, 2018 @ TD Garden Wednesday, October 10th was a special night for Boston as it welcomed the last show of a unique and inspiring tour from one of hip hop’s most recognizable faces.  Jermaine Cole, also known as J. Cole, wrapped up his KOD tour in TD Garden on Wednesday night […]

Rainbow Kitten Surprise brings infectious energy to The Strand

Rainbow Kitten Surprise featuring Caroline Rose October 6, 2018 at The Strand Say their name without smiling, I dare you. Hailing from Boone, North Carolina, Rainbow Kitten Surprise blessed Providence with an energetic show on their second leg of the How To: Friend, Love, Freefall tour on October 6. This was RKS’s first time in […]

The Neighbourhood caters to their day-one fans at House of Blues

The Neighbourhood featuring IDK October 2, 2018 @ House of Blues Let’s get this out of the way– If you’re here for shirtless photos of Jesse Rutherford, then sorry, you’re in the wrong place. (I only shot photos for the first three songs, and he took off his shirt in the fourth). Now let’s dive […]

SALES and Hana Vu captivate intimate crowd at the Sinclair

SALES and Hana Vu translated their chilled out music to a captivating performance that outmatched any studio recording. SALES and Hana Vu felt like equals, something uncommon at a performance filled with obvious die-hard fans of the headliner. Their music complemented each other with moments of energizing indie rock and romantic slow jams. The sentimentality […]

Tall Heights @ Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Tall Heights in support of Cake and Ben Folds August 13th, 2018 at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion When the forecasts say 100% chance of rain and thunder, the logical thing to do would be to stay indoors for a calm night, but five thousand people thought otherwise and gathered at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion to […]

Alex Cameron: Bad Luck and Bangin’ Sax Solos

Alex Cameron featuring Jackie Cohen August 2, 2018 at The Sinclair You ever go to a show that just feels… awkward? Sometimes it’s just a visibly uncomfortable or inexperienced performer, an overall disengaged crowd, or an annoying heckler. Alex Cameron’s show at the Sinclair unfortunately contained all three, making for an interesting show that was […]

David Byrne’s Performance Art, Activism, and Nonstop Groove

David Byrne August 1, 2018 at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion Individuals expecting to come to a regular concert during David Byrne’s sold out performance at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion would come to be pleasantly surprised as soon as the night began. With Byrne claiming that his current tour supporting his first solo album in […]

Sylvan Esso @ Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Sylvan Esso featuring Local Natives July 28, 2018 at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion Setlists can make or break a concert. I ventured all the way out to the Seaport to see Sylvan Esso (with Local Natives opening) and was suuuuper impressed with the show overall, though both groups’ set choices got me thinking about the […]

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