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Parlour Bells' moonlight dance
Few things that happen so frequently are as revered as nightfall.
Cellars by Starlight
| December 07, 2012
Dead Cats Dead Rats can't slow down
Dead Cats Dead Rats have found a few musical truths about themselves to be self-evident: they're fast, they're unapologetic, and they're at their best when capitalizing on a combination of the two.
| November 23, 2012
The orchestrated pleasure of Eddie Japan
Sitting with Eddie Japan frontman David Santos, there is suspicion he might be a spy. He's well-dressed, to suit any occasion that might arise, and he refuses a drink.
Cellars by starlight
| November 16, 2012
Haunted by sound, Pile is rising
The five-year-old quartet Pile, among the brightest of Boston's bursting subterrane, makes waltz-time, feel-bad guitar music that is gothic in the non-eyeliner sense: angular songs express the sort of specific, primal anxieties that litter a liberal-arts
| October 26, 2012
The recorded rebirth of Mean Creek
Outside their rehearsal space, Mean Creek are standing with their hands in their pockets, excited to dig into some discussion about their anticipated new record, Youth Companion .
| October 12, 2012
The Shills change to stay the same
Youth is both the blessing and the curse of Boston's music landscape.
| April 27, 2012
Shaping noise into extreme metal with Sewer Goddess
Sewer Goddess are gritty, grimy, and unpleasant listening, but a growing legion of gluttons flock to the band's audial punishment.
The grimy underground
| August 26, 2011
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