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For the record

For the record

Every music fan can name a life-changing album. So in honor of the "American Punk" series at the Harvard Film Archive (get details here), we...
By Scott Kearnan  |  August 22, 2011

Tribute: Friends remember Billy Ruane

Billy Ruane died on a Tuesday night.
The heart of Boston rock
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  November 12, 2010

Photos: Scenes from Girls Rock Camp 2010

On the scene at Girls Rock Camp, helmed by such Boston-music-scene figures as Mary Lou Lord, Thalia Zedek, and Hilken Mancini
Where "everything is music," and nothing — not even Journey — is uncool
By KELLY DAVIDSON  |  August 13, 2010

Punk Rock Girls

"What kind of music do you like?" Haley Thompson-King asks the Rock Camp girls.
At this all-female day camp run by Boston rock royalty, nothing is uncool
By EUGENIA WILLIAMSON  |  August 13, 2010
Girls Rock Camp Boston Benefit Concert at T.T. the Bear's

Girls Rock Camp Boston Benefit Concert at T.T. the Bear's

Help foster the next generation of Debbie Harrys and Kim Gordons by attending the Girls Rock Camp Boston Benefit Concert, with sets by Aerochix, Lady...
By webteam  |  July 21, 2010

Taking charge

If Hilken Mancini’s ego were bigger, her new album would be billed as the career breakthrough.
Shepherdess puts Hilken Mancini in the lead
By BRETT MILANO  |  September 10, 2007


Boston music news: August 17, 2007

Dave Derby, the now NYC-based former frontman of Boston’s Dambuilders, thinks of his newly released second solo album as a “bridge.”
Notes on Dave Derby's new project
By JIM SULLIVAN  |  August 13, 2007

Kimchee encore

After the second consecutive Friday-night show celebrating the 10th anniversary of the local indie Kimchee Records, it was easy to see how the label has managed to thrive over the past decade.
The second birthday bash, T.T. the Bear's Place, January 5, 2007  
By JEFF BREEZE  |  January 10, 2007

Kay Hanley

Kay Hanley may have relocated to LA, but when she returned to T.T. the Bear’s Place, she was greeted by a packed crowd who hadn’t forgotten past triumphs.
Homecoming queen
By SARAH TOMLINSON  |  January 13, 2006

Soft sell

Sing! isn’t just the emphatic title of Tiger Saw’s third and most recent full-length on Kimchee Records: it’s also the rotating-member-band’s manifesto.
Tiger Saw’s quiet music for swelling hearts
By CAMILLE DODERO  |  January 13, 2006

Party picks

Let’s get this straight: Compound 440r is not a commune.
  Robots, vagina, and drum machines: a 440r holiday to remember
By TIA CARIOLI  |  December 29, 2005