Every Tuesday around 4, Perry Eaton from BDCwire joins me for a chat revolving around the week’s new releases. Today we shouted “LOS CAMPESINOS!” from the rooftops, then previewed new music from a pair of beloved New England acts.
It's the last weekend in April, and there's plenty of rockin' left to do. Not only will the Rumble be crowning a new champion, but BUFU Fest at the Cambridge Elk's Lodge will showcase two days worth of new bands from Boston and beyond. More
Just because I was putzing around P-town on Wednesday doesn't mean I'm taking a week off from Henry in the Grub. We pushed Wednesday to Thursday this week and welcomed Brian Foy of Shojo in Chinatown to the studio. Feast your ears and eyes on this. More
Yes, it's a time-honored saying and a good piece of advice. Listen To Your Mother is also a series of live-staged readings to celebrate Mother's Day. Co-producer and performer Cheryl Stober explains. More
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.
There wasn’t a more fitting location to interview Ned “Leedz” Wellbery than the Middle East. The historic club has served as the backdrop for some of the most groundbreaking hip hop shows in Boston for the last decade. Wellbery, who prides himself on his resilience as much as he does his keen business acumen, has adjusted well to being the epicenter of Leedz Edutainment (his independent promotion company). As expected, it was an adjustment that came with a palpable price tag: his personal life. More