Pop singer’s third LP brings fans back to the surreal, dreamy world that brought them in the first place.
About 500 people attended the event organized by the Valley Syrian Relief Committee
Trevor Powers’ third album as Youth Lagoon slinks away from you as soon as it connects.
“The Adventures of Pete & Pete” house band will stop by Pearl Street this Friday.
Sebadoh frontman and Dinosaur Jr. co-founder discusses his new solo album and his Amherst roots with the Daily Collegian.
The Minneapolis alt-rock institution continues to evolve in unexpected ways, even after two decades.
The pop star’s 93-minute, psychedelic extravaganza is a repetitive, obnoxious wreck.
The annual gathering at Parc Jean-Drapeau was home to phenomenal performances from the likes of Charli XCX and Alt-J this year.
The Canadian singer’s third album is an immaculately produced and written artistic statement.
Indie rock legends tackle songs by everyone from Hank Williams to the Cure on lovely new album.
From the reinvention of Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato, to the return of Dr. Dre, the summer’s most noteworthy musicians.
Dream-pop duo perfectly balances the blissful and the brutal on phenomenal fifth album.
Most bands that became successful through the nu-metal explosion of the early 2000s are hard to take seriously in this day and age, as they continute to cling to outdated riffage and juvenile lyrics as if an entire decade has not gone by. But bless Max Cavalera’s unruly soul for taking the initiative to distance his music from those frowned upon trends of yesteryear with each new Soulfly album. Having been around the block a few times with the sounds of industrial and thrash music, “Archangel” is the latest outing from Cavalera’s long-running post-Sepultura project and adds a dash of…
Veteran psychedelic rock band and a critically acclaimed electronic musician will join forces in Northampton.
A reissue of the New York punk legends’ second full-length album sheds light on the band’s development, 30 years later.
Performers Timeflies, Hoodie Allen and Chance the Rapper wowed the crowd and created a magical Sunday night.
Big names in hip-hop to perform at the Mullins Center, including Chance the Rapper and Hoodie Allen.
Acclaimed Brooklyn jam band brings its intimate show back to the Pioneer Valley.
Indie institution offers few new developments, but retains its strengths on first album in four years.