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Show Scenes: The Orb at Brighton Music Hall
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Legendary British electronic duo The Orb brought their signature warped samples and psychedelic visuals to a packed house at Brighton Music Hall on Tuesday night.
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Photo Essay: the Lovable Local Losers of Mean Creek
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Looking to photograph Mean Creek, I went to meet the band at their practice space in Brighton. The room was in a large, nondescript building, and when I went to the back door, I wasn’t even sure I was in the right place. There were three guys smoking and I asked them if it was a practice space. They nodded, and asked which band I was looking for.

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Show Scenes: Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks at Brighton Music Hall
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Animal Collective co-leader Avey Tare brought his new side project Slasher Flicks, featuring former Dirty Projector Angel Deradoorian and former Ponytail drummer Jeremy Hyman, to Brighton Music Hall on Tuesday night. Guitar loop master Dustin Wong opened. More
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From Heartbreak Hill to Boylston: Faces of the Boston Marathon
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Marathon Monday is a day of celebration. Celebration of the city of Boston, its dedicated runners, and just the fact that it's finally Spring and maybe it's okay to let loose a bit. BDCwire made its way from Heartbreak Hill to Boylston Street, meeting the different characters along the trail, most of whom were there to celebrate some part of the day, from the race, to the sunshine, to the beer. If anything, it was a sign that, a year after tragedy, Boston is perfectly okay going back to how it always was, and we've got the pics to prove it. Here's what the crowd looked like, and what they had to say. More
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Show Scenes: Loop at Middle East Downstairs
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Reunited U.K. psych legends Loop topped off a heady bill at the Middle East Downstairs on Saturday night, rounded out by locals Ghost Box Orchestra and New Hampshire's Doug Tuttle.
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Show Scenes: The War On Drugs at Paradise Rock Club
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Heartland shoegazers The War On Drugs sold out the Paradise on Thursday night, touring their well-received 2014 LP "Lost in the Dream." Virginia's White Laces and Northampton's Sore Eros opened.
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Kenji Nakayama ‘Études’ solo show at Fourth Wall Project, opening reception Friday
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The word Études comes from the French word "to study," and refers to a short, but considerably difficult, music composition designed to pose as practice material for perfecting a particular musical skill. Much like these technically challenging music compositions, Boston based expat, Kenji Nakayama's newest body of paintings depict work that can only be created and mastered by a person long dedicated to his craft. More
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Mr. T to Mortal Kombat: the best dressed of PAX East 2014
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This past weekend, hordes of game lovers took to the Convention Center to partake in endless gaming of all sorts, but the true winners of the festival were those who came in perfectly crafted costumes. BDCwire caught up with some of the characters of PAX East, whether they be gamers, staffers, game makers, or people who just love a good excuse to dress up. Here are the people of PAX East, and here's what they had to say to the world.
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MassArt benefit auction brings Warhol, Vicente, and more into modern era
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The nation’s only independent public college of art and design, MassArt, will host its 25th Annual Benefit Art Auction with a selection of over 300 artworks from painting to sculpture to furniture by national and international artists.

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Show Scenes: Danny Brown at Paradise Rock Club
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A sold-out Paradise welcomed Detroit rapper Danny Brown, touring in support of 2013's widely acclaimed "Old," on Wednesday night. Bodega Bamz and Zelooperz offered opening sets.