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Alvvays played Paradise Rock Club – 10/3

Alvvays played Paradise Rock Club – 10/3

Rising indie pop stars Alvvays headlined a sold-out Paradise on the first night of their North American tour last week, with support from Allston’s Beeef. 

Metz played The Sinclair – 10/2

Metz played The Sinclair – 10/2

Canadian noise rock rippers Metz headlined their second Sinclair show in as many years last Monday, with support from NYC industrial duo Uniform and Providence garage punks Gymshorts. 

Ted Leo and The Pharmacists played Brighton Music Hall – 9/17

Ted Leo and The Pharmacists played Brighton Music Hall – 9/17

Indie and punk rock veteran Ted Leo returned to Boston last Sunday for his first local show alongside his trusty Pharmacists in several years.

Swervedriver played Brighton Music Hall – 9/9

Swervedriver played Brighton Music Hall – 9/9

Oxford, England’s Swervedriver returned to Boston last Saturday for a show performing two of their classic albums back to back.

Warpaint played Brighton Music Hall – 9/6

Warpaint played Brighton Music Hall – 9/6

Dreamy LA post-punk group Warpaint returned to Boston on Wednesday for a show at Brighton supported by local trio Lady Pills. 

Sheer Mag played The Sinclair – 8/31

Sheer Mag played The Sinclair – 8/31

Philly rockers Sheer Mag headlined their biggest Boston show yet at The Sinclair on Thursday, with support from Lost Balloons and Haram. 

Rozwell Kid played Middle East Upstairs – 8/5

Rozwell Kid played Middle East Upstairs – 8/5

West Virginia upstarts Rozwell Kid headlined the very sold-out Middle East Up on Saturday night alongside Chris Farren, Great Grandpa and Leaner. 

Thou played ONCE Ballroom – 6/30

Thou played ONCE Ballroom – 6/30

A towering bill headlined by Louisiana sludge metal masters Thou tore through Somerville’s ONCE on the last night of June. 

Major Stars and Feral Ohms played ZuZu – 6/19

Major Stars and Feral Ohms played ZuZu – 6/19

Locals Major Stars and Oakland’s Feral Ohms whipped up a heavy-psych firestorm at Cambridge’s ZuZu on a recent Monday night, with support from NYC’s Honey.