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The mysterious ways of Sonnymoon

Cellars by Starlight
The ways of musical success are many.
By: PERRY EATON  |  January 29, 2013


What's F'n Next? Metz

Toronto, Canada
The joke's on you if you still think Canada is just our laid-back, friendly neighbor up north. Futher proof to the contrary: Toronto's METZ, who would lead you to believe that Canada is one big furious mosh pit.
By: PERRY EATON  |  November 14, 2012


Pretty & Nice, same as they ever were

Cellars by Starlight
It has been four years since Pretty & Nice released their standout full-length, Get Young , but they are quick to reassure us that their motives have changed little.
By: PERRY EATON  |  November 01, 2012


Abadabad | The Wild

I'm no expert on pop music, but I know a good pop song when I hear it, and ABADABAD's first full-length, The Wild, is full of them.
By: PERRY EATON  |  September 04, 2012


Swimming in the sweat of Bozmo’s basement sendoff

On westward trails
In such a tight knit music community, departure is always a tough thing with which to cope.
By: PERRY EATON  |  August 22, 2012


Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti | Mature Themes

4AD (2012)
Ariel Pink has never been one to limit himself conceptually.
By: PERRY EATON  |  August 14, 2012


Allston DIY Fest continues to evolve, unite

Eclectic collective
This summer's festival is shaping up to be the biggest yet, and could very well earn Allston some respect, even if only for the day.
By: PERRY EATON  |  July 20, 2012


King Tuff | King Tuff

Sub Pop
King Tuff keep a low profile, but they're not afraid to talk a mean game.
By: PERRY EATON  |  May 29, 2012


Father John Misty | Fear Fun

Sub Pop (2012)
J. Tillman's new solo outfit, Father John Misty wastes no time taking chances.
By: PERRY EATON  |  May 08, 2012


The Shills change to stay the same

Natural progression
Youth is both the blessing and the curse of Boston's music landscape.
By: PERRY EATON  |  April 24, 2012


Sleepy Sun | Spine Hits

The End (2012)
San Francisco's Sleepy Sun have been recognized in recent years for their hand in the resurgence of West Coast psychedelia.
By: PERRY EATON  |  April 10, 2012


Out: Fedavees help launch the pRIMORIAL sOUNDS label

Neo-Flower power
Last Wednesday night at the Middlesex Lounge offered another celebratory occasion for Cambridge's long-standing psych scene, as pRIMORDIAL sOUNDS launched their new record label.
By: PERRY EATON  |  March 13, 2012
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