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INTERVIEW: Dr. Dog’s Pearson polishes lo-fi sound in ‘B-Room’

INTERVIEW: Dr. Dog’s Pearson polishes lo-fi sound in ‘B-Room’

Childhood friends Toby Leaman and Scott McMicken form the crux of Dr. Dog, a rock band […]

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Reel Big Fish ‘skanks’ into Royale, leaves crowd in frenzy

Ska concerts are a phenomenon unlike any other. And, because ska is best described as dance-punk […]

REVIEW: The Fratellis sell out Paradise Rock Club with spunky, garage rock

When The Fratellis took the stage at the Paradise Rock Club Sunday night, it had been […]

REVIEW: Arcade Fire’s “Reflektor” defined by incoherence

It’s very difficult to criticize Arcade Fire, a band that quietly and gracefully became the official […]

REVIEW: Of Montreal creates ‘paradise for the weirdo’ for Halloween

“It’s time to welcome to the stage the only man born of penis, not vagina,” Of […]

REVIEW: House of Blues gets ‘Aokified’

REVIEW: House of Blues gets ‘Aokified’

There are certain elements that characterize any rave, regardless of who is playing it —overwhelmingly loud […]

REVIEW: Cold War Kids attracts full crowd at House of Blues

REVIEW: Cold War Kids attracts full crowd at House of Blues

Walking into the House of Blues on Oct. 18, I was not prepared for the environment […]

REVIEW: Toro Y Moi turns House of Blues into energetic ‘nightclub’

Few and far between are the situations when we lower our inhibitions and give ourselves up […]

Franz Ferdinand still rules the stage, ten years later

Ten years later and they still have it. When Franz Ferdinand took the stage at Orpheum […]

REVIEW: Janelle Monáe takes us to Metropolis

Electric Lady No. 1 graced the House of Blues with an explosive cacophony of dancing, freedom […]