“A lot of the musicians that I listened to weren’t actually showing up in any of these publications, and the history of jazz and experimental music is a history that’s...
The traditional maritime work songs are being put back to work on Penobscot Bay.
NwaSoul started in 2012, bringing together a cadre of talented Berklee alumni.
The musician's latest album offers an overdue teenage eye-roll toward misogyny and likability. Eilish's perspective skews darker and weirder than most teen pop, and does it with purpose, writes critic...
Whether it was on Pink Floyd's "The Wall" or he was playing while doing a headstand, Sam Pilafian became perhaps the most prolific tuba player in Boston.
On the new album out Friday, Ellen Kempner indulges her vast emotional depth by digging deep into the matters of her heart, not necessarily to make peace with her demons,...
Boston-based hip-hop artist Billy Dean Thomas’ new double-single, collectively titled “2 The World,” marks a dramatic shift from their 2018 EP “Rocky Barboa.”
For the past year, producer Pablo D. Herrera Veitia has been making a place for Afro-Cuban hip-hop in Harvard’s Hiphop Archive & Research Institute.
Over the course of a year, the arts and culture sector in the Greater Boston area ushers in 21 million attendees to events.
Known for their catchy and energetic sound and relatable lyrics about the mundane, the trio has soared to new heights in their sophomore LP “Sticky,” writes Olivia Deng.
“Rocketman” is a magical mystery (and misery) tour through the heights and depths of rock 'n' roll superstardom in the '70s and '80s, writes critic Jim Sullivan.
Summer might be the best time of year to see live music -- the weather is nice, the beer gardens are out and there’s a festival pretty much every weekend.
Through music, film, history and more “I AM A MAN 2019,” examines that historical moment using contemporary concerns of black masculinity and humanity as a lens.
Since moving to Harvard and expanding, it’s lost some of that personality while making firm moves to join the ranks of major corporate festivals, writes critic Karen Muller.
The 10th iteration of Boston Calling Music Festival opened Friday evening at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston.
As Boston Calling heads into its 10th edition and Woodstock turns 50, we got to thinking about how festivals have evolved since that dairy farm in Bethel, New York became...
From Tanglewood to Boston Midsummer Opera, here are critic Lloyd Schwartz's guide to the summer.
The lineup, announced Wednesday, also includes folk star Arlo Guthrie, Massachusetts teen Amanda Mena and the Texas Tenors.
Folk musician and MacArthur 'genius' Rhiannon Giddens enlists the Pops in her mission to complicate popular narratives around American music.
The hip-hop community was built on the knowledge of self and community, and we are going to continue to challenge these systems and learn about our true value in a...