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P-Funk brings the groove to Boston

To really, full understand the world of Parliament-Funkadelic, you first have to immerse yourself in the mythology that George Clinton has created.

Tegan and Sara please audience

Tegan and Sara got everybody on their feet from the start, and kept them there for the duration of the concert.

Why is the world staring at me?

Under the banner of “David Lynch presents a Werner Herzog film,”My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done may invoke slightly misdirected expectations from audiences. While there are Lynchian aspects to My Son, My Son in terms of cinematic weirdness, it is by no means a Lynchian film. While Lynch produced the film, it was a Boston University College of Arts and Sciences professor, Herb Golder, who collaborated with Herzog on the screenplay, which centers on the eccentric Brad McCullum (Michael Shannon). The story and character are based off a true crime that took place 13 years before the film’s release.

Hanne Hukkelberg brings dynamic live show to Boston

On Monday, February 15th, Norway native Hanne Hukkelberg and her versatile, talented band played a brief set at T.T. the Bear’s. The show seemed tacked on to her Boston visit after a Sunday set at the NACA conference, but the few of us who attended were blown away by her powerful performance.

Personality shines in latest from sleep.shy

Based in New York City and Monterrey, Mexico is sleep.shy, a group composed of Gabriel Lit, Brian Ferrell, Joseph Isho Levinson, Saeryenne and Ariel Weissberger, produced by Oscar Zambrano (the latter two Berklee grads) and also featuring the Girly Girl Choir.Galapagos Inn, the band’s first album, boasts 11 eclectic tracks, each defined by sleep.shy’s reluctance to pigeonhole itself into one stifling genre.