Virginia doom metal band Windhand returned to Boston on Friday night during their tour with Washington DC’s Ilsa, joining up with locals Z/28 for a gig at Somerville’s ONCE Ballroom. Read the rest of this entry →
Western Mass legends Dinosaur Jr. and Boston’s Buffalo Tom joined forces for a post-Thanksgiving indie rock summit at the House of Blues last Friday. Read the rest of this entry →
A few weeks back, Swedish avant-prog mainstays Meshuggah brought their tour with Matt Pike’s stoner-thrash power trio High On Fire to Boston’s House of Blues. Read the rest of this entry →
October 27, 2016 in Features
As Halloween rolls around again, I find myself nostalgic for my college radio days of curating spooky seasonal DJ sets. I co-hosted a late-night show on WRBB for four years, and our Halloween editions were always among my favorites. I don’t even have any regrets about the year I annoyed everyone in the studio with a soundboard of werewolf noises and cawing ravens. 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.