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Dub FX @ The Middle East on 9.24.14

If you weren’t able to get out to the Dub FX show last Wednesday, our photographer Josh Spiro has you covered. From his live looping to his intricate mixtures of beat-boxing, drum and bass and reggae sounds, Dub FX, native to Australia,  is definitely one to keep on your radar for the next time he’s in Boston. For now enjoy these incredible shots of his performance.


Local Photos: Kasabian @ Paradise Rock Club 9.26.14

Don’t miss out on this great photo recap by our photographer Sebastian Herforth! He was able to shoot Kasabian, an English alt-rock band that crushed their live performance last Friday night. Get your fill here:


Local Photos: The Dandy Warhols @ Paradise 9.21.14

If you missed The Dandy Warhols’ jivin’ power alt-pop show at Paradise the other night, no worries. Kit Castagne was there to shoot the whole thing! Whether you’re seeing it for the first time or reminiscing, enjoy this photo recap of the performance.  


Local Photos: OK Go @ Paradise 9.18.14

Did you miss the quirky performance from LA-based alt-rock band, OK Go? Not to worry, Josh Spiro was there to capture every confetti-filled moment, from a wild light show to Damien Kulash rupturing the crowd with guitar and mic. Check out the photos here!


Local Photos: Rudimental @ Terminal 5 and Xfinity, 9.5 & 9.9.14

Rudimental is an eardrum-bursting UK-based electro-pop band currently touring in the US. Josh Spiro, a big fan, set out to photograph two of their recent shows on the east coast; lucky for us we get to see first hand some of the great moments he was able to capture. Check em’ out here:  


Local Photos: Beach Fossils @ AfterHours 9.9.14

Surf-tinged Brooklyn indie rock quartet Beach Fossils played a campus show on Tuesday night which also featured an opening set from local folktronica duo Skinny Bones (celebrating the vinyl release of their debut album Noise Floor). Check out shots of both bands below.


Vital Songs of Summer 2014 | A Mixtape by Cara McGrath

Want to live out the rest of summer ’14 by following the “YOLO” motto, but need a hot soundtrack to accompany your regret-free life? Craving some new tunes for a road trip? For a party? For packing all your crap in boxes and moving down the street? Look no further! Here’s a collection of some of this summer’s must-listen tracks to help enhance whatever the last few weeks of vacation… continue reading


The Antlers – Familiars

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The career of The Antlers has been defined by their emotional authenticity. From the feeling of awe while stargazing evoked from In The Attic Of The Universe, or the sexual frustration and sheer loneliness of Burst Apart, singer Peter Silberman’s power lies in his ability to communicate his feelings potently to an audience. That quality has not diminished over their career, and similar to his band’s previous four LPs, on… continue reading

Josh Benash Stasis Cover

Josh Benash – Stasis

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Another one for Josh Benash’s resume – as if he needed it. Benash made a name for himself as the madcap frontman and songwriter of New York experimental outfits Kiss Kiss and Vuvuzela. Reinvented himself as a composer for orchestras, ballets, film and video games. Stasis – Benash’s second solo release and the natural progression of his previous efforts – is full of cinematic oddball pop. And somehow, that all sounds… continue reading


Common – Nobody’s Smiling

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When the new generation of rappers can experience their rise and fall in a month’s time, a long-time insider like Common might seem like a relic. Unlike those Internet rappers that make bread by steadily releasing mixtapes, Common can sit back. Few will demand new material from someone with a slew of classics and nothing to prove, and outside of a starring role on AMC’s improbably still-on-the-air Hell on Wheels,… continue reading


Local Photos: Hamilton Leithauser @ The Sinclair 7.10.14

  Former Walkmen frontman Hamilton Leithauser struck out on his own this summer for the release of his debut solo album Black Hours. He’s spent some time on the road supporting the new set of Sinatra-influenced ballads, including a tour that stopped over in Cambridge in July. Check out photos from the show, including an opening set from Brooklyn-via-Nashville singer/songwriter Torres, below.