The critically acclaimed electronic artist will perform in Northampton.
The husband and wife-led duo take their summery songs to Northampton.
John Darnielle, better known as The Mountain Goats, will be putting on a solo performance in Northampton at the Pearl Street Ballroom.
John LaCroix advises those who haven’t heard of The Dirty Heads to go to their show.
The unique and enigmatic Doug Appling will make a stop in Northampton on his international tour.
Indie rock band Dirty Projectors will join the list of great bands that have come to the Pioneer Valley this year with its show at the Pearl Street Nightclub this Monday night.
One of the founding members of the Wu-Tang Clan will be at Pear Street this Wednesday.
Indie rock experience Man Man will be bringing its vaudevillian show to the Pearl Street Night Club in Northampton this Wednesday night.
Alternative rock band, Deer Tick, played at Pearl Street in Northampton in front of an enthusiastic and rowdy crowd.
Grammy-nominated house music producer and DJ Wolfgang Gartner is set to bring his unique brand of electronic dance music to Northampton’s Pearl Street Ballroom this Wednesday night.
Monday night at Pearl Street, the dancing bodies of Passion Pit fans packed the ballroom tight with heat-fueled, rhythmic hysteria.
This Monday night, Cambridge, MA’s indie gem Passion Pit brings its unique brand of childlike dance-pop to the Pearl Street ballroom in Northampton.
On Sunday night, Blind Pilot played to a packed house at the Pearl Street ballroom in Northampton in promotion of their most recent album, Sept. 2011’s “We Are The Tide.”
MiM0SA with The M Machine perform at Pearl Street.
MiM0SA’s show Saturday night at Pearl Street sparked some disparate responses from concert-goers. Is the enormously popular genre still relevant?
Circa Survive headlined at Pearl Street, wrapping up their tour promoting their 2010 release, “Blue Sky Noise.”
Experimental musicians Man Man may be getting older, but they proved Thursday night that their musical frenzy is still churning.
Streetlight Manifesto played to a Northampton crown after a series of poor opening acts, with an energetic and fun show Friday night.
Streetlight Manifesto never fails to disappoint with their live shows. The atmosphere is not unlike other punk shows, but Streetlight’s energy is unsurpassable.
Matt and Kim drop by Pearl Street in Northampton on their tour to promote their new album, “Sidwalks.” Javelin and Fletcher C. Johnson will open for the duo in Saturday’s 9 p.m. show.
The Books band members Nick Zammuto and Paul de Jong discuss their humble beginnings and interesting sound. The Books will be playing at Pearl Street this Friday at 9 p.m., supported by music-hall indie rockers The Black Heart Procession.
Folk singer-songwriter Pete Yorn transforms his style for his new self-titled album, “Pete Yorn.” While die-hard fans will love it, his performance at Pearl Street on Monday left the audience questioning his recent change.
Seminal 90’s indie-rock band Built to Spill will be playing at Pearl Street tomorrow night at 9. They will be playing classic songs from throughout their career, from 1994’s “There’s Nothing Wrong With Love” to 2009’s “There Is No Enemy.”
Sister act CocoRosie will bring their theatrical, eclectic blend of folk and electronica to the Pearl Street Ballroom in Northampton on Thursday night.
Sia is an Australian singer, songwriter and dancer who performs jazzy pop songs. She will bring her quirky, part oddball and all charming style to the Pearl Street Ballroom tomorrow at 8 p.m.
The Hold Steady is not a typical band. Its April 6 show at Pearl Street in Northampton was packed to the brim with fans openly discussing not just the band’s music but also their personal homemade comic books based on the band’s material, often while debating such topics as whether or not the band’s 2005 album “Separation Sunday” would make a better book or movie.