Paper Planes: A Folk-Rock Explosion

As he plays his first few notes, he sounds like Iron and Wine. A few minutes in, he begins to reflect Neil Young, then Conor Oberst. By the third or fourth song, he’s built a beautiful collage of so many …

Birds in the Woods

By Brant Buckley
Contributing Writer

Birds in the Woods started from humble beginnings, as a simple duet jamming in the Berklee College of Music dorms between Sue Buzzard on violin and George Woods on guitar and vocals. The group, though …

Takin’ It to the Seas: My Summer in the Carribean

By Steve Savage
Contributing Writer

While most students were approaching final exams last spring semester, I was aboard a plane to Cape Liberty, New Jersey, the embarkation port for my new summer home: the Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas …

Nadia Washington

By Orlando Dixon
Staff Writer

It is rare that you find gifted individuals in the world of music whose musicianship and artistry are reminiscent of the many legends and icons that have come before. Artists like Nadia Washington connect the …