Though the local music festival has only been running for four years, Boston Calling proves itself integral to the Boston music scene and as a contender with other big-name music festivals around the nation.
Parquet Courts gives a beautiful guitar ode in “Human Performance,” Lush gets intorspective in “Out of Control,” and Car Seat Headrest creates a musical sense of doubt in “Fill in the Blank” in singles this week.
The mic does not care who you are, because when you step on stage, all that matters is the artist who dares to take it.
‘The Ranch’ is a simple multi-camera sitcom ridden with laugh tracks. In many respects, its story of a forlorn son is one that has been told before, but it has the propensity for adding something refreshing as the Netflix medium allows for more earnest character interactions.
The Japanese Club of Boston College put forth a show that proved to be relevant to all peoples, as cultural differences expressly aids in the process of cultural growth.
Wire goes into “Internal Exile,” War on Drugs embraces a “Touch of Grey,” and Whitney enters its “Golden Days.”
Frankie Cosmos makes ordinary music beautiful, Audacity calls back to youthful bus rides, and Weaves embraces disorder in singles this week.
White Lung has an appetite in ‘Hungry,’ The Kills challenge the reaper in ‘Do It to Death,’ and Explosions in the Sky ponder the ‘Logic of a Dream’ in singles this week.
Set in the ’70s, during a turbulent time in the music industry, ‘Vinyl’ uses its star power on and behind the scenes to create a marvelous period piece on one of the most crucial times in the history of music.