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The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (July 9-15)

The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (July 9-15)

Each week, Front Row Boston’s staff gives you our Short List: the bands and musicians in and around town we think you should hear. Monday, 7/11 – Guided By Voices – Paradise Rock Club Robert Pollard’s outfit might make a very legitimate claim to being the most prolific band in rock history. Their 24 […]

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Living In The Dream World: The Rebirth and Unstoppable Rise of Lady Pills

Living In The Dream World: The Rebirth and Unstoppable Rise of Lady Pills

There’s a point on Commonwealth Ave. between Allston and Fenway where a resemblance to either neighborhood fails to register. The Citgo sign brightly dominates the skyline, but when I arrive at Lady Pills bassist Alison Dooley’s apartment, a neighboring guitarist is defeatedly hacking away at a blues riff as a […]

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Boston Calling 2.0: How the Move to Allston Will Affect Our Festival

Boston Calling 2.0: How the Move to Allston Will Affect Our Festival

Comic Ken Reid battled the heat and a diffident audience when he took the stage Saturday at Boston Calling. Fans of Reid’s popular podcast TV Guidance Counselor, know that his comedic approach is rooted in the preposterous incongruities he recognizes in pop culture arcanum. On Saturday, he looked at the space around him — […]

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Gallery: Day 2 at the Boston Calling Music Festival

Gallery: Day 2 at the Boston Calling Music Festival

May 28th, 2016 – Battles, Borns, City and Colour, Courtney Barnett, Lady Pills, Lizzo, Miike Snow, Odesza, Palehound, Robyn, and The Vaccines live at Boston Calling. Photos by: Jess Barnthouse/Wicked Bird Media  

Boston Calling Saturday Recap

Boston Calling Saturday Recap

“The bathrooms here are air conditioned. So, if you need me… you know where I’ll be.” Ellen Kempner of Palehound kicked off the main stage performances on the second day of Boston Calling with a bit of self-deprecation, needling the sparse, sweaty, and sticky crowd. Even an innocent mirthful taunt […]

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