Wild Cub at Brighton Music Hall

After a three-year hiatus, Nashville-based indie rock band Wild Cub returned to Boston Oct. 1 to promote their second album, “Closer.” It was a concert characterized by high-energy music and personal stories.

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Oh Wonder at House of Blues

Oh Wonder, a London-based band made up of Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West, returned to Boston Sept. 22 to promote their new album “Ultralife.” The show’s focus on human connections built an intimate relationship with the audience that is oftentimes hard to find with popular artists. (more…)

Astrid S at Brighton Music Hall

Norwegian artist Astrid S, born Astrid Smeplass, performed at the Brighton Music Hall Sept. 14 as a part of her 2017 North American tour, “The Party’s Over”. The first US stop on her tour, following a Canadian debut, the Boston concert celebrated young female artists and their stories. (more…)

A Q&A with Palm Springsteen

The city of Boston was introduced to a new band Wednesday, Sept. 13 when Palm Springsteen took the stage as the opener to Foster the People at the House of Blues. The band is made up of Nick Hinman on vocals, Hayden Tobin on guitar, Luca Buccellati on synth and...

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