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“The Rhythm You Started” by Sophie Madeleine

“The Rhythm You Started” by Sophie Madeleine

Much of this adorable British girls album was recorded in her home, adding to it that sweet self-layering that makes it so endearing. Some say her sound is similar to Feist, but she’s got some melodies of her own. She’s been involved in a whirlwind since her first album in 2009, Love.Life.Ukulele. Now The Rhythm […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

At the risk of talking about The Beatles way too much in my TGI Friday music history posts, I’m going to go ahead and do it again. I mean, what better way is there to kick off the weekend really? Today, in 1962, The Beatles first single on the Parlophone label “Love Me Do”, backed by “P.S. […]

Jack White Disappoints (But Bounces Back) in NYC

Jack White Disappoints (But Bounces Back) in NYC

Jack White, just a day after his performance in Boston, completely let down his fans at the Radio City Music Hall in New York on Saturday October 29th. After a few snide comments to the crowd and claiming that he was displeased with the level of energy and the sound, White left the stage after […]

Ben Folds Five Stops By The Colbert Report

Ben Folds Five Stops By The Colbert Report

The Colbert Report has featured many distinguished musical guests over the years including Jack White, Florence + the Machine, and fun. Now Ben Folds Five can be added to the list because they were featured on the show this past Monday. Ben Folds Five did an interview with host Stephen Colbert and answered questions about […]

Throwback Thursday: Janis Joplin

Throwback Thursday: Janis Joplin

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we’re marking the 42nd anniversary of Janis Joplin’s death with a set of classic Joplin songs. Few artists have left as indelible a mark on music as Janis Joplin.  She cleared the way for female musicians to have more opportunities in music than ever before and is considered an idol […]

Concert Watch: October 4th-5th

Concert Watch: October 4th-5th

Concert-goers, this is not a drill. The incredible fall season of live music coming through Boston continues this week with a series of big-name acts and those naggling bands you’ve been meaning to listen to this week. What better way to ring in October than pumpkin iced coffee and bragging rights for all the great […]

Sufjan Stevens Will Release New Christmas Box Set

Sufjan Stevens Will Release New Christmas Box Set

Sufjan Stevens has already released a Christmas album, Songs For Christmas, but on November 13th, Stevens will release a vinyl Christmas box set, including five EPs. The box set will be titled Silver & Gold: Song For Christmas, Volumes 6-10. The EPs spread 58 tracks down, from originals to covers. There will even be some […]

Dave Grohl Announces Foo Fighters’ Hiatus

Dave Grohl Announces Foo Fighters’ Hiatus

Last Saturday a free concert was held in Central Park to help stop poverty, called the Global Citizen Festival. Neil Young and Crazy Horse, the Black Keys, K’naan, and the Foo Fighters headlined the festival, and despite all the noise, Dave Grohl somehow managed to say a few words that really caught fans’ attention. According […]

On the Verge: Morning Parade

On the Verge: Morning Parade

“I actually prefer touring with bands I don’t really know that well,” said Morning Parade’s vocalist and guitarist, Steve Sparrow. “I think if we toured with our own heroes, we’d just constantly make fools of ourselves every day.” The UK rock band played shows in support of Walk The Moon, which Sparrow described as being […]

“Enjoy the Company” by The Whigs

“Enjoy the Company” by The Whigs

Despite its mid-September release, The Whigs’ new album Enjoy the Company reminded me of summer. The Whigs have mastered the art of feel-good rock and roll. Each song would be perfect for a road trip, late nights with friends, and summer barbecues. Of course, the album cover, which features a lone hot dog and a […]

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