Tampa, FL’s Merchandise returned to Great Scott earlier this month for a show in support of their latest full length, A Corpse Wired for Sound. Brooklyn duo Public Memory opened. Read the rest of this entry →
October 17, 2016 in Features
For a group that disbanded in 2009, Oasis has had a pretty eventful 2016. The eternal war of words between the Brothers Gallagher continues to deepen in its absurdity, a documentary chronicling the band’s meteoric rise debuts this month, and an expansive reissue of their infamously divisive third album Be Here Now was released this past week. For SuperSonic – North America’s leading Oasis tribute band – the timing couldn’t be better.
October 9, 2016 in Photos
When I shot Car Seat Headrest at The Sinclair a few weeks ago for Allston Pudding, I figured it would be Will Toledo’s last Boston show in a 500-cap club. Little did I know I’d see him play a Starbucks last weekend. Read the rest of this entry →
October 5, 2016 in Photos
Back in July, I headed to New York City for most of a week to catch – among other things – one of Radiohead’s very few headlining U.S. dates of 2016. I was in the general admission pit for the English art-rock icons’ second night at Madison Square Garden, though regrettably not in the photo pit for either. I’ll not go on at length about the show itself, since it was months ago at this point and this pair of gigs are up there with Springsteen’s River tour as 2016’s most widely-covered live music events, but I will say that hearing “Creep” was a transformative experience. Read the rest of this entry →
In anticipation of their forthcoming LP Jessica Rabbit, noise-pop disruptors Sleigh Bells embarked on a fall tour of festival gigs and small club dates that stopped at Sinclair on Tuesday night. Read the rest of this entry →