When Frightened Rabbit took to the stage at the Newport Folk Festival in July, frontman Scott Hutchison introduced the band as a better version of their former selves. “We used to be a folk band, but then we discovered electricity.” Hutchison joked as the Scottish fivesome launched into “Get Out,” […]
Front Row Interviews
There’s a certain wide-eyed joy to Silversun Pickups that belies a band going on fifteen years together. A quick assessment of our conversation before their set at House of Blues last week would suggest their sunny Californian roots as a reason for their cheeriness, but apocalyptic themes have always weighed […]
A mellow crowd of young-20s-year-olds shuffles around under Brighton Music Hall’s ironic, still silver disco ball. It’s quiet. Too quiet. Too quiet on a Wednesday night in Allston Rock City. That is until Japanese Breakfast, more affectionately known as J Brekkie, takes the stage, opening for Mitski’s sold-out show — a show so […]
For any other band on earth, seeing descriptors like “focused” and “concise” in an album review might elicit sighs of relief. If one were to imagine such words used for former Bostonians/current Brooklynites Guerilla Toss, though… well, we’d just have to assume the reviewer had never seen Guerilla Toss […]
Watching Keller Williams play on stage is like watching a pinball machine. Williams loops different instruments to create a multi-layered soundscape. He can bounce back and forth from a bass to a drum machine, or to a cricket noise maker and back to his guitar to solo. Seeing Williams dance […]
It will only take a few notes for those of you who are unfamiliar with the serene guitar work of Bill Frisell to become addicted. His subtle playing and pristine tone creates a unique and personal aural signature that Frisell adds to all his songs and especially any covers he […]
Fiddle player, Ryan Young, of Trampled By Turtles, sat down with Front Row Boston before taking the stage at House of Blues Boston September 11, 2014.
Dave Simonett, lead vocalist, guitarist, and founding member of Trampled By Turtles, sat down with Front Row Boston before taking the stage at House of Blues Boston September 11, 2014.
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”.
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.