Ethereal and reflective, but intense and heavy with rage, the Boston band’s debut album “Dun Pageant” (out now) is fused with personal experiences that they hope offers comfort during the...
Last week, word began to spread among the Boston music community about Gov. Charlie Baker’s bombshell decision to open up “concert halls, theaters and indoor performance spaces” with a 50%...
"Tossed" is the title track to the Boston singer-songwriter's sophomore album.
The band explores mass unity as an expression of civil discord in the video for their song "Santiago," which was inspired by a working class revolution in Chile last year.
Organizers have officially called off the 2021 festival.
After 25 years with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Samuel becomes the first female president in the BSO's 140 year history.
The new EP from the Chelsea native sonically testifies to the growing pains of being an artist.
Massachusetts singer Kwaku's new song mines the near-universal feeling of alienation among young social media users.
From alternative to soul, ARTery fellow Magdiela Matta has selected nine songs that capture the feeling of love,
Songs tend to reflect the times in which they’re written. With the passage of time, they often come to mean new things. Consider two 1950s doo-wop songs with an oddly...
This memorable concert is about to resurface, divided into three weekly 15 to 20-minute segments premiering on YouTube, each of which will include both the “concert” and the “conversation.”
The Boston rapper is an artist at once tormented by and in love with the act of self-expression. “Music was always the medicine to what I was feeling," Wire says....
The New Hampshire-born singer-songwriter reflected on a wild year (including a COVID-19 diagnosis) and wild years past.
The activist rock band is out with a new protest song and video called "RAGE," filmed with over 200 LGBTQ+, feminist, anti-authoritarian young Russians.
The folk instrumentalist explores urban pastoral scenes with the elegant and impressionistic piano piece “The Machine in the Garden.”
After planned tours quickly went sideways last year, the musician and "passionate amateur" photographer decided to go through the pictures he'd taken during his years on the road.
One man's path to putting cigarettes in the rearview mirror, with help from CDs and books.
The open-air amphitheater is coming back to life with a light and music installation created by composer Maria Finkelmeier.
Inspired by his family and friends, and with his own personal experiences in mind, the Dorchester rapper is out with 10 new tracks that are worth a listen.
From bombastic and socially-conscious rock to power-pop, cathartic improvisations and beyond, our winter music guide is sure to alleviate your woes in some capacity.