Articles by: Andrew Bruss

The Flaming Lips Take Old Shtick and Make It Current At Boston’s House of Blues (SHOW REVIEW)

“Never doubt that fucking rainbow,” frontman Wayne Coyne told his Boston audience following a spaced out jam under an inflatable prism. Coyne and his Heady Fwends brought The Flaming Lips through Boston’s House of Blues ...

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Run The Jewels Get All Fierce & Political In Boston (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Run The Jewels’ sold out set at Boston’s House of Blues was an hour long battle cry against The Orange Menace occupying 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and laid clear their bona fides as the most important ...

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Tedeschi Trucks Band Closes Out Heroic Boston Run (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Tedeschi Trucks Band closed their sold-out three night run at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre on Saturday, December 3rd with two sets of tried and true American Rock ‘n’ Roll that established them as the official torchbearer ...

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James Blake Delivers “100% Live, No Theft,” To Boston (SHOW REVIEW)

James Blake’s sold out set at Boston’s House of Blues on October 4th was a haunting digital deconstruction of electronic music’s most iconoclastic mind. The young Brit has established himself as an almost anti-dance icon ...

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Explosions In The Sky Reward The Patient Listener In Boston (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Explosions In The Sky’s sold out set at Boston’s House of Blues proved that you don’t need to use words to tell a story. Over the course of an hour and a half, the group ...

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Prophets of Rage Keep It Legit in Mansfield – Morello, Chuck D & B Real Hit The Ground Running (SHOW REVIEW)

Prophets of Rage bulldozed through Mansfield, Mass with the power of a triumphant guerilla army, serving up songs from multiple iconic discographies and showcasing members of three different acts of historic stature. It’s not a ...

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Outside Lands Day 3: Dr. Teeth & The Electric Mayhem, Kamasi Washington & FOOD Win Big! (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

Kamasi Washington opened the last day of Outside Lands on the Lands End Stage at high noon with a powerful set of neo-jazz that was more Bitches Brew than Kind of Blue and stuck around ...

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Outside Lands Day 2: Radiohead & Sufjan Stevens Deliver Invention & Showmanship (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

Day Two of Outside Lands really saw the momentum build from Day One and it registered in the quality of the bands, the fluidity of the logistics and the increased crowd size. From the time ...

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Outside Lands Day 1: LCD Soundsystem, Duran Duran, Miike Snow Offer Post Disco Synth Pop Course (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

The first day of the 2016 incarnation of Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival was a strong start to a sold out weekend that offers a wide array of musical acts in addition to an ...

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Radiohead Thrills Playing Whatever They Want at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium (SHOW REVIEW)

Following two nights at New York City’s Madison Square Garden and a handful of festival dates, Radiohead brought their tour through Los Angeles to perform the first of two shows at The Shrine Auditorium, the ...

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