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Wavves Live at The Paradise

Wavves Live at The Paradise

The first time I ever saw Best Coast, they shared a bill with lo-fi surf rockers Wavves in a rather chilly fall. They took the stage before Bethany and her crew, totting beach balls, palm trees, and so much paraphernalia my brain was too in shock to even remember what it all was. Everyone around […]

On the Verge: He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister

On the Verge: He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister

The band-naming process was rather simple for this LA-based band that took a rather fact-based approached. He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister is fronted by sibling duo Robert and Rachel Kolar. While sibling relationships in bands are not uncommon, having your landlord playing slide guitar next to you certainly is. That’s where Aaron Robinson comes […]

Freddie McGregor Live at The Paradise

Freddie McGregor Live at The Paradise

Rockers welcomed Freddie McGregor and his son Daniel “Chino” McGregor, and it was an honor to not only interview them, but to see them perform at the Paradise Rock Club. Celebrating 50 years in the reggae industry, Freddie McGregor feels great and it is a great joy for him to still be spreading love threw […]

Rolie Polie Guacamole Live In Studio

Rolie Polie Guacamole Live In Studio

When you think of kid’s music, what do you see? Freddy Spaghetti, Raffi? A jaded hipster in a colorful costume alluding to some bizarre form of Brazilian Anime? Or some shyster trying to mesmerize infants into action like Mogatu hypnotizing Derek Zoolander? Rolie Polie Guacamole skips stones over those clichés and splash onto the scene […]

Reagle Music’s Les Miserables Live In Studio

Reagle Music’s Les Miserables Live In Studio

With a film adaptation that won three Oscars this year, and a musical adaptation that won thrice as many Tony Awards, the 150-year-old story of Les Miserables has withstood the test of time and continues to enthrall audiences today. Now Waltham’s Reagle Music Theatre is closing out its 45th anniversary season with its own rendition […]

Father John Misty Live at HOB

Father John Misty Live at HOB

Last night at the House of Blues was nothing but fun times in Babylon thanks to the always insane, ever-angular stage persona that is Father John Misty. After a terrific open from up-and-comers Wild Nothing, who have ravaged the summer festival circuit with a string of dates to come, Josh Tillman and friends entered the […]

Imagine Dragons Live at the Pavilion

Imagine Dragons Live at the Pavilion

Imagine Dragons have come an incredibly long way since their days of performing six-hour long sets for casino players on the Las Vegas strip. Since their debut album Night Visions was released last September, the album has spawned three massive hits (“It’s Time,” “Radioactive,” and “Demons,”), been certified platinum, and launched the band into multiple […]

Nicole Henry Live In Studio

Nicole Henry Live In Studio

When asked about the affinity many have towards sad music, Nicole Henry says, “I’d hate to say that you have to be in pain to feel stuff… but it’s true.” Henry continued by mentioning the positive response she gets from her audience when she sings up-tempo songs, adding, “that’s the thing about jazz: you can […]

On the Verge: Tom Odell

On the Verge: Tom Odell

His first full-length album, Long Way Down, came out June 24th, yet Tom Odell has already made quite the name for himself. The British folk-rocker won this year’s BRIT Critic’s Choice Award (previously won by successful artists like Ellie Goulding, Adele, and Florence and the Machine), and played at South by Southwest. Pretty impressive for […]

Soft Focus Live In Studio

Soft Focus Live In Studio

“I want my burrito, Dad!” Sam Glassberg shouts as he recounts a story about a family he saw on the T with fellow bandmates Joe Holcomb and Garren Orr. The good-humored chatter and playfulness continues during their warm up, but soon the band Soft Focus slowly lets the sound of steady drums and slow-picking guitar […]

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