live show review
We cover Electropop duo Enta Tenta's eclectic and vivid Caf Show, with a show review and background on the band members Rachel Alix and Bailey Chapman. This a group is definitely one to watch!
Alum Rishava Green of band The Lights Out tells the Groove about distributing an album via craft beer and creating a wearable light show for some seriously high energy live sets.
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 …
by Lily Lyons
The crowd waiting for The Saint Johns was shyly excited. A man coaxed his girlfriend closer to the stage, and a couple of self-aware Berklee students tried out joking dance moves. Everyone was hungry for the music. …
Lauryn Hill performs at Paradise Rock Club in Boston, proving that she is still at the top of her game and could out rap most emcees in the game today. We look at her journey to this point, and why, with only two solo albums, she is as relevant as ever and can still sell out shows.
In the three years since Grammer’s debut single release, he’s been hard at work writing and recording for his latest album—Magazines or Novels—performing energetic shows to connect with fans along the way.
The band courted one of the most responsive crowds we’ve ever seen at the intimate Paradise Rock Club, and the audience was nothing short of enamored with the boys.
Atlas Genius delivered a tight, energetic performance at House of Blues, despite the crowd adversely lacking in fervor.