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Boston music news: May 11. 2007
When the Rathskeller in Kenmore Square went down, so did a lot of its fixtures.
Notes on the Kirkland Cafe, Bang Camaro, Brother Cleve, and the Rudds
| May 08, 2007
Boston music news: March 30, 2007
Drummer Billy Beard saw a young band called the Everyday Visuals at the Lizard Lounge last year and was knocked out.
Notes on the Everyday Visuals and Brett Rosenberg
| March 27, 2007
Roll with it
Mike Gent may be best known around these parts as the singer/songwriter/guitarist in the Gentlemen, a band who’ve been headlining clubs for the better part of a decade now.
The Figgs, T.T. The Bear’s Place, December 1-2, 2006
| December 04, 2006
When Brett Rosenberg and I meet for an interview in Porter Square, we keep getting distracted by the sight of Al Kooper walking past Bruegger’s Bagel Bakery. Brett Rosenberg, "Absolutely Not" (mp3)
Brett Rosenberg solves a few problems
| September 21, 2006
Boston music news: September 22, 2006
Local fave the Rudds have been busy beavers. Frank Smith, "Time to Cut the Fence" (mp3) The Rudds, "Astrological Sign Choker" (mp3)
Notes on Frank Smith and the Rudds
| September 18, 2006
“Remember what you used to do before there were computers?” Bebe Buell asks. “Start living your life like that again.”
And she wants to know if you’re ready to rock
| September 13, 2006
The Boston hit list
It’s hard to believe Black Helicopter were playing out for a good five years before they hit most people’s radar. Taking Flight: Black Helicopter reach a higher plane of rock. By Matt Ashare
Ten local bands you need to see
| August 30, 2006
It’s late on a Tuesday night in early January at Great Scott, and Anushka Pop are setting up for what is to be one of a batch of performances the trio have booked to drum up interest in their first EP, Akathena (Sassy Boy).
Anushka Pop stick to short and bittersweet
| February 14, 2006
Boston music news, February 3, 2006
The debut from Springfield metalcore quartet LIGEIA is due March 21 on Ferret.
Notes on Ligeia, Darkbuster, The Figgs, and more
| January 31, 2006
Made to order
For a 16-year-old “recovering band geek” who has just had, by her own description, the best night of her entire life, Alexa Fay is slightly hysterical.
MTV and Frank Pino turn a New Hampshire teen into a rock star
| January 23, 2006
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