Boston Calling 2018
The ninth edition of Boston Calling Music Festival which took place May 25-28 brought people from throughout the Northeast, across the country and abroad to enjoy a diverse weekend of music, comedy, and film on the athletic fields and complexes at Harvard University.
Washburn and the River “Easy Part of Me”
Atmospheric with a hint of Saturnine
Halfsour, “Ten Year Tenure”
Could this possibly be what it feels like to be an artist living in Boston?
Guerilla Toss Talk No More Nudity & Fewer Drugs
“[Guerilla Toss] is a full-time job that pays way below minimum wage.”
Mini Dresses, “Me and Mine”
Surreal Czech new wave-inspired video from the Boston dream-pop band.
Speedy Ortiz, “Raising the Skate”
She’s the boss! Also the only one who doesn’t die.
Stream The Barbazons’ Avec Plaisir
The former Fagettes drop a fun summer burner.
Together we can chill mad hard.
Stream Tomboy’s debut album, Sweetie
Stream the entire album, out now on Ride the Snake Records.
Fifteen years of idealism for Boston’s Ben Potrykus
The winding musical trajectory of Bent Shapes’ frontman.
Boston declares April 9 “Riot Grrrl Day”
Celebrating female voices then and now.
Tomboy, “Tomboy Anthem”
“Fuck You” To All That.
A stunning new video from the solo project of Fat Creeps’ Gracie Jackson.
Stream We Can All Be Sorry’s Again
Wacky space rock. Again.
Fat Creeps’ Gracie Jackson introduces new project
Get some new music from the Boston songwriter.