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Dropkick Murphys announce their 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Tour with stops including New York, Austin, Richmond and of course, Boston

Fresh off the float after leading the World Series victory parade for their hometown Boston Red Sox, Dropkick Murphys have announced the dates for their 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Tour. This yearly sold out run of shows celebrates the band’s Celtic folk influence and is attended by fans from around the world. Continue Reading

Austin, Texas’s MISSIO mix dark synths with alternative pop at The Sinclair in Boston

Missio put on a show at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA on February 27th that was loud, emotional, and vulgar in all the right ways. The band, hailing from Austin Texas, mentioned they were taking a risk by doing a headlining tour while still in the process of gaining popularity. But one could tell from the turnout of the crowd and their energy on a Tuesday night that it was a risk worth taking. Continue Reading

Hatebreed headline a night of hardcore metal at Worcester, MA’s Palladium (with Twitching Tongues, Code Orange and Dying Fetus)

The line at the Palladium wrapped around the block as people waited to be let in to see one of the hardest tours of the year: Twitching Tongues, Code Orange, Dying Fetus, and Hatebreed. Continue Reading

London’s The Big Moon brings smiles and guitar-heavy melodies to Massachusetts

Deep into Tuesday night at the Great Scott in Allston, The Big Moon, of London, England, assembled onstage with huge smiles. Even before the first chord was strummed, fans from a large age range were already lightly bouncing, a zealous energy filling the small venue from the front to the back. This was the second time The Big Moon had played Boston, and many familiar faces adorned the crowd. Continue Reading

SZA’s CTRL tour comes to Boston, with Smino from St. Louis and Ravyn Lenae from Chicago

Coming off the heels of her universally acclaimed album CTRL (pronounced control), New Jersey bred R&B songstress, and TDE signee SZA (real name Solana Imani Rowe), hit the Boston stop of her Fall headlining tour with a smooth, eclectic display of standout tracks. Also on the bill were supporting acts Smino from St. Louis and Ravyn Lenae from Chicago, both of whom enthralled the already eager crowd with a refreshing energy on cuts like “blkswn” and “Moon Shoes” respectively. Continue Reading

Hans Zimmer gives Boston a music spectacle, complete with Pirates of the Caribbean and The Dark Knight songs

Hans Zimmer, arguably the reigning king of the 21st century cinema OST, has taken to the road once more with his “Hans Zimmer Live” show and has proven yet again that he and his orchestra are not to be trifled with. Filling theaters across the globe, roaring through Italy, France, Germany and Ireland, he has landed in North America to show the US what he’s got. And it’s a force to be reckoned with indeed. Continue Reading

Gorillaz return to the stage after long hiatus to perform “Humanz” and classic hits

After six long years, Gorillaz are again releasing albums. Their first being, Humanz. Humanz was released via Parlophone and Warner Bros. Records. Late March of 2017, they announced the album, on their Instagram page, but did not release it out to the public until April 28, 2017 following a early leak. The aim for Humanz was to create an album not overtly political, but rather something with an emotional response to politics. Continue Reading

Five-piece Elephant Revival show off their musical talent at The Sinclair in Boston

On Thursday night at The Sinclair, the wide range of musical talent of Elephant Revival was felt throughout the entire venue. The crowd went from dancing when they were playing such songs as “Birds and Stars” and so quiet to the point that one could almost hear a pin drop when Bonnie Paine performed Furthest Shore. Concert goers praised the band on the fact that they sang and played from the heart. Continue Reading

Bag Raiders make the stage their dance floor and bring summery tunes to Boston’s Brighton Music Hall

Bag Raiders is an electronic band based in Sydney, Australia. The band is diverse on the fact that they don’t stick just to electronic. They fall under House Music, Alternative dance, Indie Rock and Electro pop. Members of the band include Jack Glass and Chris Stacey. Continue Reading

Future, Migos, Tory Lanez and A$AP Ferg bring one of the hottest tours of the summer to Boston

A year ago around this time, Future was preparing to embark on arguably the biggest tour of 2016 with his collaborator, and tourmate Drake. This year he’s shown no signs of slowing down, as one of the most anticipated tours of the year touched New England’s Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA for a sellout show on The Nobody’s Safe Tour. Continue Reading

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