Folk-punk band Girlpool made the long trip from Los Angeles to perform at the Paradise Rock Club. Tastemakers photographer Colleen Curtis was there to cover the show, check out her photos below!
Though they had a humble beginning performing in subways in NYC, Too Many Zooz is now touring across their country with their self proclaimed “brass house” music. They made a stop at The Sinclair in Cambridge and Tastemakers photographer Natalie McGowan was there to capture it. Check out her photos below!
Supported by Overcoats, pop husband-and-wife-duo Tennis performed at Royale in Boston. Tastemakers photographer Natalie McGowan was there to cover the show, check out her photos below!
Power-pop trio Jukebox the Ghost came through Brooklyn, New York in November, supported by Zach Jones & The Tricky Bits as well as Narc Twain. Check out Tastemakers photographer Colleen Curtis’ shots of the show below!
Supported by NexxThursday and De-Va’Je, Hip-hop mega star Fetty Wap came to the House of Blues in Boston and put on an incredible show. Tastemakers photographer McKenna Shuster was there to cover, check out her photos below!
British rock band, The Wombats, made a stop at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston. Supported by Nation of Language and courtship, they put on an awesome show! Tastemakers photographer Brian Bae was there to cover, check out his photos below!
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Following in the footsteps of 2015’s release Delilah, Anderson East’s second studio album Encore does not fall into the “sophomore slump” that many artists struggle with. This record blends elements of R&B, soul, and Americana, and is sure to appeal to a variety of listeners. Partnering again with producer Dave Cobb, who has worked with Sturgill Simpson and Chris Stapleton, East has created yet another sensual album with the full-bodied… continue reading
10. The National – Sleep Well Beast Dads love three things: building decks, yelling at the local news, and collecting more TV remotes than the other neighborhood dads. They also have been told that they must ostensibly love a genre of music known as dad rock. It has become low-hanging fruit to call The National a dad rock band, but I seriously doubt that many dads listen to them. Maybe… continue reading
Punk was in the air at Paradise Rock Club on December 7th, as California based bands The Regrettes, SWMRS, and The Interrupters took on the East Coast. Having been to the venue earlier in the week, I figured showing up a few minutes before doors was a safe bet. Very wrong. The line for the sold-out show stretched down the corner of Commonwealth, blocking a majority of the store fronts… continue reading