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The ARTery’s ongoing Sound On series highlights rising local musicians.
The music of Ella Williams, a.k.a. Squirrel Flower, is expansive and melancholy and preternaturally sensitive to the taut threads of power that run, invisible, through relationships.
Out with a new soundtrack to the Netflix series "Sex Education," the singer-songwriter Ezra Furman is making Boston home.
The bedroom pop act has attracted tens of thousands of streams on Spotify with her odd, yet accessible, songs.
The Dorchester-born rapper adopted a different approach to crafting his songs. He stopped writing, started emoting.
The Cambridge-based musician has the kind of voice that divas are made of, and is well-poised for national success.
Frontman Avi Salloway's songs are urgent calls to action written over syncopated rhythms and mesmeric guitar riffs.
The musician explores transgender dysphoria and mental health in their latest release, "Colors."
"I’m more than just an emcee, I’m more than just whatever box people want to put me in," says the Boston-based artist.
The music of the rising bedroom pop sensation is marked by an adventurous impulse -- an eagerness to try, and even fail at, new things.