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 Review :: Sir

Review :: Sir

By JC Alvarez | Feb 23
"SIR" the new album by the electronic duo Fischerspooner is appropriately entitled and is proof that the genre is thriving in an era where music has become so homogenous it's lost its pop! Pure and full of lust; indulge yourself.

 Review :: Ernest Shackleton Loves Me - Original Cast Recording

Review :: Ernest Shackleton Loves Me - Original Cast Recording

By Kitty Drexel | Feb 22
"Ernest Shackleton Loves Me" is a response to a hellish nightmare, the dystopian dreamscape that is internet dating.

 Review :: Nico Muhly and Friends Investigate the Glass Archive/Carnegie Hall, NYC/February 8, 2018

Review :: Nico Muhly and Friends Investigate the Glass Archive/Carnegie Hall, NYC/February 8, 2018

By Wickham Boyle | Feb 12
The iconic American composer Philip Glass turned 80 this January and we who adore him and his music are lucky in that during his 80th year we will be feted with many different concerts in his honor.

 Review :: Ultraviolet

Review :: Ultraviolet

By Noe Kamelamela | Jan 29
On "Ultraviolet," Justine Skye's songs reveal both grief-ridden romantic entanglements and barely good enough relationships.

 Review :: Lana Del Rey. TD Garden/Boston. January 13, 2018

Review :: Lana Del Rey. TD Garden/Boston. January 13, 2018

By James Nadeau | Jan 15
Singer/songwriter Lana Del Rey brought her "LA To The Moon" tour to Boston this weekend and with moody lighting and dreamy video sequences more than lived up to her reputation as a purveyor of melancholy pop music.

 Review :: Camila Cabello

Review :: Camila Cabello

By JC Alvarez | Jan 12
The one-time member of Fifth Harmony Camila Cabello proves she's worthy of her own spotlight on her debut solo album "Camila," available now on CD and Digital Download.

 Review :: The Band's Visit - Original Broadway Cast Recording

Review :: The Band's Visit - Original Broadway Cast Recording

By Kitty Drexel | Dec 29
When the Alexandria Ceremonial Police Orchestra army band from Egypt arrives in the fictional town Beit Hatikva, Israel, the town comes to its aid.

 Review :: My Love

Review :: My Love

By JC Alvarez | Dec 12
On her latest EP "My Love" Ria Mae offers up some heartfelt pop without having to compromise herself in the process, producing some perfect precision production that is elating as well as deep.

 Review :: St Vincent. House of Blues/Boston. November 30, 2017

Review :: St Vincent. House of Blues/Boston. November 30, 2017

By Brian Schutter | Dec 1
St. Vincent brought her "Fear the Future" tour to Boston's House of Blues this week and it was a sight to be seen.

 Review :: The Defiant Ones

Review :: The Defiant Ones

By Michael Cox | Nov 29
Over the course of three years, director Allen Hughes collected extensive interviews with Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine to create a four-part series that follows the careers of these compulsively hard-working men.

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