Our Editor-in-Chief, Dom Jones, sat down with blues-rock sensation, Fantastic Negrito, for a talk about his journey as an artist, his thoughts on the artistry of music, love, and being a contributor to the greater human cause.
by Leonardo Bertinelli
It was a usual Monday evening in Boston, the sun had set, the wind was blowing and the moon was rising while I was riding to the Paradise Rock Club. I was very curios about …
London based singer-songwriter, Lianne La Havas, visits Berklee's Cafè 939 to give a rousing, yet intimate performance of songs from her albums "Is Your Love Big Enough?" and "Blood."
For our Staff Pick of September, we're bringing you a review of what was easily one of the best goosebump-inducing shows to come along in Boston this year - City and Colour.
Heavy Rotation Records, Berklee's student-run record label, is now accepting submissions (no jazz, please!) to be considered for Dorm Sessions 9 and various performances, including festivals like Lollapalooza, SXSW, and more. Get your music heard!
Jocelyn Mackenzie of Pearl and the Beard gives The Groove insight into the life of a modern independent musician.
Benjamin Hardesty, The Last Bison's lead vocalist and songwriter, discusses the challenges his band has faced with touring, releasing records, and honing in on their own unique sound.
Primarily focusing on her career as a solo artist, Sóley's music is beginning to gain international recognition.