- Event Reviews
- November 15, 2017
Kids dream of Christmas morning, but for many – including Jen Cray – THE FEST is the most treasured of annual holidays.
A documentary about the legendary chart topping band, that tries to cram a lot of history into a short running time.
11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory (ADA Music). Review by Joe Frietze.
Side Pony (Nonesuch). Review by Joe Frietze.
Life, Love & Hope (Frontiers Records). Review by Christopher Long.
No Sanctuary (Rise Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
GG Allin, bad boy of punk rock, terrorized audiences in Boston and Seattle. You’re going to want to clean your tongue after this one.
The Sound The Speed The Light (Matador Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Pinback and sBACH rock the Paradise, and turn Addam Donnelly‘s frown upside down.
When the recently reunited Swervedriver teleported their shoegazey goodness to the Paradise in Boston, Addam Donnelly was there with his space boots and measurement devices to record the waveforms.
One With Everything (New Door Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Carl F Gauze heartily recommends this specialized travel book about the Transcendentalist movement and the Boston area. He doesn’t mention, though, if they’ve set up a breakfast nook in Thoreau’s old jail cell from Civil Disobedience.
With the release of their new album, Teetering on the Edge, New Jersey’s the Medium chatted with Brittany Sturges about their first show, the Battle of the Bands, Prince and — oh yea, their favorite fruit.
Our normally cheerful editor, James Mann, is cranky on the subject of public noise pollution masquerading as nostalgia.
Probably Human (Maybe M). Review by Eric J. Iannelli.
A Punk and Hardcore Compilation! (Rodent Popsicle). Review by Stein Haukland.
Summer Sessions (Flipped Disc). Review by Stein Haukland.
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Mike McColgan left the Dropkick Murphys to become a Boston firefighter. His tenure with the Street Dogs marks his return to punk rawk. And now he’s sharing his experiences from the past six years with Rob Walsh.