For the fourth year, the roar of NASCAR engines at The Monster Mile and The Woodlands at Dover Downs International Speedway in Delaware were replaced by the sounds of music
[rating=6.00] There’s a great movie somewhere in Dope—Rick Famuyiwa’s latest exploration of African-American life in the United States and critical darling of this year’s Sundance Film Festival—and as much as
The New Orleans-based Voodoo Music + Arts Exerience is returning for its 17th year this fall, and the music festival has revealed its 2017 lineup. Florence + The Machine, Ozzy
D’Angelo brought his funky jams to Dallas, Texas on Tuesday, June 16 for a show at the Bomb Factory. Photos by Mike Schaffer.
Three hundred lucky souls experienced The Pixies return to their pre-fame stomping grounds to pay final respects to T.T the Bear’s Place, a tiny Boston-area club whose doors will close
Noise and screams stifled any hint of melody, yet elevated a night of moody, lo-fi rock on Saturday at Music Hall of Williamsburg. The lineup, three bands from three different
[rating=8.00] A lot of contemporary pop musicians rely on overly clever lyrics and pulsating dance beats to get their point across, but that’s not the case with Western Massachusetts based
Craig Finn has announced the September 11 release of his second solo album, Faith in the Future on Partisan Records. The album’s first song, “Newmyer’s Roof” has premiered via the