• Now It’s Overhead : Live

     On a rainy Tuesday night, Now It's Overhead brought their ominous alt-jams to the Middle East in Cambridge, MA, and gave the crowd that was waiting for The Album Leaf something to get excited about.  Touring in support both the Leafsters and...
  • The Rapture : Live

    Fresh off of two nights in NYC, The Rapture hit Boston for the first time in a couple years, and despite not selling the place out for some inexplicable reason, they blew the minds of most people there, and turned Axis...
  • Massive Attack : Live

    Massive Attack rolled into Boston on a rainy Sunday night near the end of their tour, and jammed through a dense setlist with alternating singers, doubled-up drummers, and enough LED lighting to weigh down a blimp.  ...
  • Electric Six/Aberdeen City : Live

     One of the more energetic tours in America right now is that of Electric Six and Aberdeen City.  The former, from Detroit, is headlining in support of their new album, Switzerland, and the latter, from Boston, is behind their re-released debut, The Freezing Atlantic.   ...
  • Kasabian : Live

     Kasabian kicked off the American leg of their Empire tour in Boston on Sunday at the Paradise in front of a packed house, half of which were British.   And drunk.  It had been two years since their last show there, and frontman Tom Meighan made...
  • Flaming Lips : Live

    The Flaming Lips are the masters of the indie rock spectacle.  The balloons, the cheering sections, the massive video, the singalongs, the hamster ball, the giant hands; the list goes on and on.  Like a Saturday morning kids show on crack, the entire cartoon-ish experience can...
  • Ratatat : Live

     The princes of white-hop are back on a full tour supporting their new album, Classics, with their signature snarl and electrojam flow.  The second stop on the trek sold out the Middle East in Cambridge, MA.  The audience was packed like sweaty sardines, including some...
  • Cat Power : Live

    Whenever there's an indie concert at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, you can expect a unique show.  Cat Power's second show last night was no different.  With a reputation for onstage meltdowns and indie diva puppetry, Miss Power, aka Chan Marshall, can stretch her...
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