Bettie Serveert couldn’t get to Cambridge last week, but that’s not stopping them from taking Boston out on tour with them.
Phoenix cover sensations Mean Creek have been tapped to open three midwest dates for Matador Records' Dutch indie veterans later this week, right after wrapping up a short run with Dead Confederate that hit the Middle East last night and concludes tonight at Jerky’s in Providence.
Part of the fun in our annual "50 Bands in 50 States" feature is unearthing new, up-and-coming acts in those pesky landlocked states that may not have hit our collective coastal pulse. Nebraska, perhaps the grandest fly-over state of them all, is the proud home of Laura Burhenn's the Mynabirds, who hit T.
It was an action-packed night in Central Square last night, with each of the three Cambridge rock-club rooms hosting more-than-solid Thursday Night bills -- Dragonette, Shy Child and Stereo Telescope at the Mid East down, Tracy Bonham and Bleu upstairs and T.T. The Bear's offering up a stacked lineup of Miniature Tigers, Spinto Band, Magic Magic and Mt.
This just in: the original lineup of '90s Boston indie rock luminaries Come -- Thalia Zedek, Chris Brokaw, Arthur Johnson and Sean O'Brien -- will re-form for a one-off at T.T. The Bear's in Cambridge on Sept. 26. Tickets go on sale Saturday at 9 a.m. through TicketWeb.
Come will then perform later in the week at the Matador Records 21st anniversary party in Las Vegas.
A nice moment during the dust cloud from Bear In Heaven on Vimeo.
With Brooklyn synth-gazers Bear in Heaven rolling into T.T. The Bear's Place tonight, we figured it was appropriate to fondly recall those pre-Gulf Coast oil spill halcyon days, when our lone
ecological threat was an angry volcano in Iceland.