The Justice At Spotify campaign has gathered more than 19,000 signatures. Their demand? Pay artists one cent per stream.
After announcing his retirement in late October, the “Alice’s Restaurant” singer shares what it was like being the son of a folk icon and memories from a long career.
“As Old As I” is the first single in the second phase of the band's current project: a 15-song album released in five parts over the course of many months,...
Matt Lorenz’s sixth album finds him in a "state of catharsis and at odds with the world, a space that has yielded the most thoughtfully composed and polished release of...
A linguist posted the reworked lyrics online and encouraged people to record the parody. A Northeastern professor took up the call and posted a video on Twitter that has drawn...
A central theme on Thomas’ EP is their emotional relationship to systems outside of theirself -- the tracks offer a unique glimpse into the realm of self-analyzation for the outwardly...
On the EP and accompanying short film, the Lynn-based artist gives a brief but powerful look into the journey he was forced to take after a major health scare.
When Shirley Hunt set out to record J.S. Bach's "Suite for Solo Cello in D Major," she wasn't sure where she'd find a five-string cello. It just so happens the...
Dozens of musicians performed -- from a distance and without an audience -- for a new series of videos the symphony is releasing.
In the video for his single “Pain From 96,” the city serves deep into a past riddled with tribulations that shaped him into the person he is today.
The arresting new EP finds the Boston producer defiantly striking back from within a persistent struggle.
The Boston punk band has had a busy decade and they’re capping it off with a new, politically-informed album “Oh Shoot!”
The Boston rapper’s new single, “Ferb and Phineas,” is a message to people in the industry who try to give her unsolicited advice.
In lieu of live performances with audiences, the BSO will create and provide digital content online.
At the beginning of the pandemic, a New England Conservatory professor found himself scrounging for audio platforms that would allow him to seamlessly play music with people remotely.
The 93-minute documentary directed and co-produced by Rick Korn follows the singer-songwriter’s drive to end world hunger and poverty.
Since Great Scott announced its closure in May, the club's longtime talent buyer has been on a quest to save it.
The video for “Hot” showcases an array of folks from the LGBTQ+ community with the message that beauty means different things to different people.
The quartet is out with “Fish Pond Fish,” a warm and welcoming step forward for the band into the realm of pop, though distinctively rustic and folk-driven.
As Black women become more visible in the genre with explicit and brazen lyricism, the controversy they face has also increased. Boston rappers share their thoughts.