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Noise-rap upstart JPEGMAFIA played a wild Sunday night set at Northeastern’s afterHours, with support from Brandie Blaze.
Somerville’s ONCE hosted a monstrous metal bill bookended by Boston locals Fórn and Sea alongside Ontario’s Vile Creature and Dawn Ray’d all the way from the U.K.
Philly indie pop crew Kississippi played a Thursday night gig at the university’s afterHours with New York’s Adult Mom.
Quebecois electronic trio Men I Trust headlined a show at Northeastern University’s Afterhours with Brooklyn art-pop crew Ava Luna and local indie trio Honey Cutt.
Boston bid farewell to NYC punks Big Ups, who played their penultimate show at Great Scott on Saturday night with support from Kal Marks, Lilith and Fucko.
Long-running local alt-rockers The Sheila Divine headlined Sinclair last Friday night with support from Bethlehem Steel and Mint Green.
Philly quartet Hop Along returned for one last 2018 Boston show at a sold-out Paradise with locals Horse Jumper of Love.
The last of Allston Pudding’s December residency shows went down at Great Scott just before Christmas with Ovlov, Anna Altman, Mister Goblin and Alexander.
The once-more reunited original lineup of gale-force rockers Come played the first of two shows at Brooklyn’s Union Pool last Friday.
Noise Floor looks back on 365 more days of limited sleep and narrowly avoiding kicks to the head.