An evening with Fleetwood Mac

By Allie McGlone By 8pm on Sunday, TD Garden was packed with people and excited energy. Middle aged couples blended with tipsy teens, all waiting with bated breath. Whenever the lights changed, a cheer rose tremulously off the crowd and died overhead. Finally, around 8:30, the stage went black. The sound of the crowd rose…

Sucker for the new Joe Bros song

By Allie Mcglone Classic 2000s era boy band the Jonas Brothers released a new song at midnight on Friday. Entitled “Sucker,” it is an ode to the respective women in their lives – Nick’s wife Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Joe’s fiancé Sophie Turner, and Kevin’s wife Danielle Jonas. There was an enormous fan response to the…

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…

2018: Top Ten

By Katie Marks It is officially 2019, meaning it is the perfect time to drop a “top albums of 2018” list. This past year was a great time for many musicians and genres, so narrowing down this list was pretty difficult. Here are my personal top ten albums of 2018, along with my favorite track…

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…

Michael Rault, It’s a New Day Out Tonight

By Steven LaFortune Michael Rault and his band had an electric performance this past Friday at the Once Ballroom. Promoting his new album, It’s a New Day Out Tonight, Rault attracted a diverse crowd. Rault’s voice was crisp and timeless, overlaying a mix of musical talent. Rault’s mustache, button down 70’s long sleeve and long…

Indie-pop band Varisty rocks the stage at Great Scott

By Lis Steinberg On May 10th, The Great Scott in Allston, MA became a Chicago style house party as indie-pop band Varsity belted out their catchy, moving, tunes as well as some of their unreleased songs. Prior to the show, the five band members wandered around the venue scattering themselves, allowing fans to walk up…

Pigeons Pack Providence Club

By Allie McGlone     Fête Music Hall in Providence, RI is a small club with a wide bar, upstairs seating and an elevated stage. On Thursday night, the stage was set for a show, snaked with cords and lit in dim blue. A large drum face displayed the cover art for the album “Pizazz.”…