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We can’t bear how Wild Cub’s debut album claws its way into our hearts

In the past year or so, pop music has been overwhelmed with vivacious electronic components and […]

From garage band to the Grammys:  Inside music’s biggest night

From garage band to the Grammys: Inside music’s biggest night

There’s a reason that the Grammys are second only to the Academy Awards in the pecking […]

BU Hip-Hop hails as a rapper’s paradise

In little more than two short years, one particularly ambitious Boston University club has seen its […]

BU Hip-Hop releases mixtape ‘The Ill Rhettoric’ with boisterous clarity, throws listening party

Room 906 of the Photonics Center filled up surprisingly quickly this past Friday. Boston University Hip-Hop is […]

MUSE Clues: What to look for in 2014

MUSE Clues: What to look for in 2014

Biblical blockbusters and cosmic casts By Max Cohen Looking back, 2013 was a good year for […]

2013 in arts and culture: MUSE reflects

2013 in arts and culture: MUSE reflects

Best new Boston bite: Braised beef dumplings blowing up By Brooke Jackson-Glidden Vegetarians, I’m sorry: you’re […]

Hallelujah! The resurrection of Kanye West, Yeezus graces TD Garden

Just hours before his first solo concert in Boston since 2008’s Glow in the Dark tour, […]

by · November 20, 2013 · 0 comments · Events, Muse, The Muse

Pentatonix revamps tired hits with an a cappella twist in second album

“More of the same” is a phrase that Pentatonix most definitely does not understand. How lucky […]

by · November 17, 2013 · 1 comment · Features, Muse, The Muse, Weeklies
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 […]

by · November 13, 2013 · 0 comments · Features, Muse, The Muse, Weeklies

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 […]