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Nada Surf woos the Paradise

With so many bands unable to perform well live nowadays, Nada Surf outshone all of them […]

by · April 12, 2012 · 0 comments · Muse, The Muse

Waiting for the drop

A British electronic duo with its roots in London, Nero has made a name for itself […]

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‘Mirror Mirror’ Empowers the Princess, Turns the Prince into a Goof

‘Mirror Mirror’ Empowers the Princess, Turns the Prince into a Goof

Snow White and I go way back, so I was excited about Mirror Mirror, but I […]

by · April 8, 2012 · 1 comment · Film & TV, The Muse

Amy Ray’s Little Revolution

Just six months ago, Amy Ray rocked the House of Blues with Emily Saliers, her counterpart […]

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First Aid Kit Shakes Paradise

First Aid Kit Shakes Paradise

When First Aid Kit took the stage at the Paradise last Monday, the world fell into […]

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The Volume & the Ugliness

The Volume & the Ugliness

Wild Flag Sells out Paradise Rock Club “What we need is more contemporary rock music that […]

New Zealand’s King of Cinema

An Interview with Taika Waititi “I must admit, this is terribly awkward for me.” Taika Waititi […]

The Volume & the Ugliness: Wild Flag Sells out Paradise Rock Club

The Volume & the Ugliness: Wild Flag Sells out Paradise Rock Club

“What we need is more contemporary rock music that addresses or mirrors the chaos, the gray […]

by · April 4, 2012 · 0 comments · Muse, The Muse
New Zealand’s King of Cinema: An Interview with Taika Waititi

New Zealand’s King of Cinema: An Interview with Taika Waititi

“I must admit, this is terribly awkward for me.” Taika Waititi is trying to lead a […]

Somebody that I Used to Know: Gotye at the House of Blues

The Australian singer/songwriter Gotye came to Boston on Thursday to play a sold-out show at the […]

by · April 4, 2012 · 0 comments · Muse, The Muse