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Photos: Dengue Fever and Omar Souleyman at the Paradise Rock Club
Dengue Fever and Omar Souleyman played the Paradise Rock Club on June 3, 2012.
Dengue Fever and Omar Souleyman | Paradise Rock Club | June 3, 2012
| June 08, 2012
Billy Hart’s ongoing education
Billy Hart still remembers his first drum "lesson."
| March 23, 2012
Dr. Dog | Be the Void
With Be the Void , their sonically raw sixth album, these Philly psych-pop oddballs have pulled a fussy, self-conscious about-face, indulging in their weirdest ideas in years.
| February 03, 2012
The Drums | Portamento
If the Mozzer himself is going to stay forever ensconced in his elder-statesman Vegas Era, then I'll gladly take this bold blond bout of Morrissey youth-worship wrapped nicely in 2011's garage-pop wave.
| September 09, 2011
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
How Grass Widow came to play a concert for a small group of great apes
Gigi was in her late 30s the first time she saw a rock band play. The concert took place outside her enclosure, at 8:30 in the morning, so it wouldn't interfere with Franklin Park Zoo's usual visiting hours.
| August 05, 2011
Reel around the fawning: The Drums' Morrissey worship right on the "Money"
Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before. A few years ago, when he was still spitting sighs over synths in underrated...
| July 26, 2011
Review: Rock Band 3
Adding a keyboard to Rock Band 3 was the most logical move for Harmonix.
Keys open doors
| November 12, 2010
The Drums | The Drums
The Drums' Jonathan Pierce has it all mixed up — today's fame-seeking musicians are trading in their guitars for keyboards, not their keyboards for guitars.
Downtown Records (2010)
| October 15, 2010
Sonic DNA: Stanton Moore and Anthony Brown
Music is mystery, maybe, but for some of us that conceit is a provocation for deep-nerdy investigation.
They know where music comes from
| September 17, 2010
Surfer Blood at Jerky's Music Hall
Rolling Stone positioned their riff-obsessed opuses as both genuflection to and attack on '90s moodiness, and that's kinda/sorta correct. Surfer Blood's Astro Coast (Kanine) alludes...
| September 07, 2010
It sounds like the set-up to a bad joke. When Man Forever take the stage at Great Scott in Allston this weekend, the band will run five or six drummers deep.
Man Forever's John Colpitts finds his rhythm
| August 13, 2010
The Funn(k)y Drummer
Johnny Carson was revered for his impeccable comic timing. It was "so precise," wrote one newspaper in his obituary, "that we wouldn't be surprised to find buried in his skull a quartz crystal." And why might that be? Perhaps because Johnny Carson was a
What's the connection between comedy and percussion?
| August 14, 2009
Feel the beat
A single set of precise, thundering beats fills the modest rehearsal space of Woburn's American Chinese Art Society. The sound rattles the flooring and shakes my guts. It emanates from a petite woman holding two thick wooden sticks and walloping a pair
Odaiko New England turns 15, wails on huge drums
| May 29, 2009
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