Thank you, Lemon Twigs

By Hanna Marchesseault If I could name one band that defined high school for me, it would be the Lemon Twigs. After stumbling upon their 2016 album “Do Hollywood” sophomore year, a new avenue of music was presented for me to go down. Bland suburban life was soon colored by the alt-anthems and rock operas…

Arlie provides a night to remember

By Hanna Marchesseault   I have the bad habit of impulsively buying tickets for shows. You can often find me at two a.m., laying in bed, face lit up from the dim glow of my phone screen, scrolling through SongKick. If I see an artist is coming to Boston and tickets are under 25 dollars,…

Late Nights with Real Friends

By Katie Marks If there was one tour that you should have gone to in 2018, it would have been Real Friends’ Fall in the USA tour. Earlier in November, Boston’s Royale became the mecca for pop-punk fans as one of the best lineups for 2018 rolled into town: Eat Your Heart Out, Grayscale, Boston…

Streaming dreams come true with the Spotify, Hulu package

By Nola Elliffe     Spotify wants to give students many perks. The Stream Yourself Out tour on Nov. 10 at the Royale is a free event for premium members to celebrate their “Spotify for Students” services. Now we students all love free things and don’t like paying monthly for music. I get it. Think…

The Glass Animals light up Agganis Arena

By Allie McGlone The Glass Animals performed a wild and colorful set at Agganis Arena this past Saturday. The show was extremely high energy, with bright lights, bumpin’ music, and dancing both in the crowd and onstage. The headliner didn’t go on until almost 9:30 p.m. and was preceded by two opening acts, both of…

Third Eye Blind shredding light on tour

By Nola Elliffe A strong presence of god-like domination in the musical world seemed to open up in a Pandora’s box fashion for all to see. Third Eye Blind has been creating influential communities filled with good vibes, contagious enough to establish a sense of belonging and wellbeing. Third Eye Blind celebrated their 20th anniversary on…

Summer music festivals hit Boston

By Ronan McGuire Music festivals are a one-of-a-kind experience. They’ve become extremely popular in recent years, and it’s no secret why. Where else can you see all your favorite artists in one place, while meeting new people and exploring a new landscape? While Coachella and Lollapalooza might be too far away to venture to for…

The history of Irish music

By Anna Newton Today, March 17, many individuals dressed in green will come together to celebrate the Irish festival, Saint Patrick’s Day. This day marks the death date of the Roman Catholic saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick. Saint Patrick’s Day was created to memorialize the saint and honor the culture and heritage of Ireland. In…