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Oneohtrix Point Never played Royale – 4/28

Oneohtrix Point Never played Royale – 4/28

Electronic experimentalist Daniel Lopatin returned to the road as Oneohtrix last month, including a Sunday night stop at Boston’s Royale.

Black Country, New Road played Royale – 4/23

Black Country, New Road played Royale – 4/23

U.K. art-rock collective BC, NR returned to Boston for a sold-out Royale stop supported by Camera Picture.

Black Midi played Royale – 7/8

Black Midi played Royale – 7/8

London avant-rockers Black Midi returned to Boston over the weekend to headline the Royale with support from Pieri.

White Reaper played Royale – 3/19

White Reaper played Royale – 3/19

Louisville garage rockers White Reaper rolled into Boston last Sunday night with support from L.A.’s Mamalarky.

Deafheaven, Holy Fawn, Midwife played Royale – 3/9

Deafheaven, Holy Fawn, Midwife played Royale – 3/9

Black metal shoegazers Deafheaven brought a typically well-curated touring bill to Boston’s Royale a few Wednesdays back.

Japanese Breakfast played Royale – 9/9

Japanese Breakfast played Royale – 9/9

Michelle Zauner and company swept into Boston for the first of a two-night run at the Royale last Thursday night.

La Dispute, Gouge Away and Slow Mass played Royale – 4/19

La Dispute, Gouge Away and Slow Mass played Royale – 4/19

Michigan’s La Dispute, Florida’s Gouge Away and Chicago’s Slow Mass teamed up for an early Friday nighter at the Royale. 

The Growlers played Royale – 9/19

The Growlers played Royale – 9/19

Californian crew The Growlers played a spirited Royale show with New York punks Surfbort last month. 

Perfume Genius played Royale – 5/13

Perfume Genius played Royale – 5/13

Mike Hadreas’ Perfume Genius project headlined their biggest Boston show yet at the Royale on Saturday night, with support from serpentwithfeet. 

Kurt Vile & The Violators played Royale – 12/30

Kurt Vile & The Violators played Royale – 12/30

Amid the desolate concertgoing landscape of late December, Kurt Vile and his Violators swung through Boston for a pair of shows to save us from staying home last weekend.