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Kalmia Traver

Watch: Rubblebucket – Carousel Ride (Live)

November 9, 2014 – The Boston band Rubblebucket, known for its spirited live shows, closed out its fall 2014 tour at its hometown Paradise Rock Club in Boston. The group went out with a literal and figurative blast — complete with confetti cannons, glitter balloons, crowd-surfing and general delirium. This is […]

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Paul Janeway

WATCH: St. Paul & The Broken Bones – Try A Little Tenderness (Live)

Watch St. Paul & The Broken Bones do an incredible cover of Otis Redding’s “Try A Little Tenderness” Live at The Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA October 21, 2014.

Frontman, Paul Janeway

Interview: Paul Janeway of St. Paul & The Broken Bones

Paul Janeway on learning how to perform at Church, nearly becoming an accountant and the music of St. Paul & The Broken Bones’ debut album, “Half the City”.

Gallery: Nathaniel Rateliff Live at Brighton Music Hall

Gallery: Nathaniel Rateliff Live at Brighton Music Hall

Gallery: Rubblebucket – Live at The Paradise

Gallery: Rubblebucket – Live at The Paradise

Brooklyn-based (with Boston roots) indie rock/dance band/mega-party traveling force-of-nature Rubblebucket stormed The Paradise on November 9, 2014. This was their last show of the tour and boy did they go out with a huge confetti bouncing ball crowd-surfing bang. Kal Travers (vocals, saxophone, flute) and Alex Toth (trumpet, songwriter, band […]

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Jack Steadman

Bombay Bicycle Club – Lights Out, Words Gone (live)

Bombay Bicycle Club perform “Lights Out, Words Gone” live at House of Blues Boston

Jack Steadman

Bombay Bicycle Club – Shuffle (Live)

October 18, 2014 – Indie Rockers, Bombay Bicycle Club, perform at House of Blues Boston. The genre-bending group, formed in 2005 out of North London, put on a high octane set that spanned their four full length albums and three EPs. This is “Shuffle” from their 2011 album A Different […]

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Ed Nash, bassist for Bombay Bicycle Club

Bombay Bicycle Club – It’s Alright Now (Live)

Bombay Bicycle Club performs “It’s Alright Now” live at House of Blues Boston – October 18, 2014

Bombay Bicycle Club frontman Jack Steadman

Bombay Bicycle Club – Overdone (live)

October 18, 2014 – Bombay Bicycle Club opened their House of Blues show with “Overdone” — the first track from their 2014 album, So Long, See You Tomorrow.

Interview: Bombay Bicycle Club

Interview: Bombay Bicycle Club

Jack Steadman and Ed Nash on the origin of the band’s name, saying “Hello, Dublin!” in Belfast (whoops), and the evolution of their songwriting.