The new 50,000 square foot space is under construction in Allston-Brighton and is scheduled to open in spring 2022.
The album’s blunt rage and melodic songwriting reveals her most liberated state, both approachable and practically foaming at the mouth.
The musician struggled to write songs when the pandemic shut everything down last year. But he ultimately found freedom in isolation.
We’ve all watched music or comedy online, but what’s missed is the social engagement and the connectivity between a performer and audience, the feedback loop, getting caught up in a...
On "Songs of Joy," Miwa channels her feelings about the surreal and sometimes scary state of the pandemic while also expressing the exalted power of music as a counterpoint to...
The Jamaica Plain native used her own romantic life as inspiration for the song, out April 30.
"Switching to Whiskey" was one of the Adam Ezra Group's most-requested songs when they played live. After the pandemic, it took on a new meaning.
Boston-based producer Sai Boddupalli details the tragedy and triumph of his bursting new side project.
The group’s lively new album yields a significant benchmark in their discography -- it’s the closest recollection of their original, bombastic DIY sound in over 30 years.
There’s still no singing allowed in Massachusetts clubs, per Gov. Baker’s March 1 mandate concerning venues reopening, which, in effect, means there’s very little music in Massachusetts clubs. Most non-jazz...
Sandman, who died in 1999, left behind a trove of recordings being released for the first time by his former musical collaborators on April 16.
The lo-fi warmth of the song, which artist Max Wareham recorded to cassette tape, takes him back to his childhood. “The sounds that are incorporated in this song are kind...
The two fests will take place separately over three weekends at Fort Adams State Park in Newport, Rhode Island.
The Boston-born singer and rapper melds psychedelic synthesized beats with lyrics that delve into feelings of inadequacy in his new song.
The season will be compressed -- about two weeks shorter than usual -- with half as many performances. Each concert will last approximately 80 minutes without intermissions to reduce mingling...
The song is the first from his upcoming album which showcases his impressive technical and imaginative abilities to bear on a collection of beloved old standards.
From steamrolling rock ‘n’ roll to ‘90s dance floor bangers, music writer Charley Ruddell's music guide ushers in a sense of growth to shake the winter chill.
From pieces by Beethoven to Dvorak, Stravinsky and Copland, director Habib Azar has overseen 13 of the 15 on-demand "BSO NOW" programs this season.
The musician and producer International Show was lucky to be able to reopen his Weymouth studio in May. But the pandemic made him rethink his priorities.
With a backdrop of soaring, snarling guitars, Greer channels the anthemic pop-punk of the early aughts on her new song "The Tyranny of Either/Or."