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INTERVIEW: Natalie Bergman of Wild Belle

INTERVIEW: Natalie Bergman of Wild Belle

Blending soul, jazz and African beats saturated with synth, siblings Elliot and Natalie Bergman are the […]

REVIEW: Unknown Mortal Orchestra brings modern psychedelia to Brighton Music Hall

It’s slightly awkward to use the term “new age” to describe psychedelic rock, a genre so […]

INTERVIEW: Ruban Nielson of Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Ruban Nielson is the brain behind Unknown Mortal Orchestra, the 1960s-influenced group that headlined Boston’s Brighton […]

San Diego surf rock makes big Wavves at the Sinclair

San Diego surf rock makes big Wavves at the Sinclair

On a cool autumn night in Cambridge, the audience at The Sinclair was transported to a […]

Dance Showcase 2013 shines spotlight on BU talent

The Boston University Dance Theater was full of movement Friday and Saturday when BU’s dance program held its Dance Showcase […]

MGMT: Trippy kings release third perfectly bizarre album

MGMT: Trippy kings release third perfectly bizarre album

If I met the members of MGMT personally, I would first spit in their faces. Then […]

REVIEW: What Dreams May Come Tour (J. Cole with Wale, and opening acts Bas & Vic Mensa)

As someone who was often referred to as the future of rap music and the second […]

Rising rap artist grows from Boston roots

Life is eventful and constantly evolving for 20-year-old rapper and recording artist Cam Meekins, and with […]

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Production duo ODESZA releases second addictive EP

Although West Coast electronic group ODESZA’s new five-track EP My Friends Never Die is just shy of 16 […]

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Franz Ferdinand takes ‘right action’ with new album

Fans of Franz Ferdinand probably expected something different from the band’s new album Right Thoughts, Right Words, […]

by · September 15, 2013 · 0 comments · Features, Muse, The Muse, Weeklies