Berklee alum, Kevin Ross, flexes his consistent and exemplary musical skills on tour with Ro James. When the tour came to Boston, WE WERE THERE! Check out our review.
by Robin Owens
Even before Gabe Dixon started singing, I was sold on him. Maybe it was the myriad of people in attendance who saw me with my notebook, asked if I was there for a newspaper, and, when I …
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 Cierra Johnson
“Sometimes when listening to music, we get lost in the melodies, distracted by the groove, and miss the purpose of what it is that we have to say. The Black Lives Matter Concert was nothing …
This Friday, Alt-J will return to Boston for the second time in support of their debut release, An Awesome Wave.
Fitz and The Tantrums' soul-infused pop manages to pay tribute to classic Motown artists without sounding like they’re trying to replicate it.
About halfway through his tour, Steven Wilson finally came to the Berklee Performance Center to show Boston why many have described his show as one that exceeds the expectations of a typical concert.
Last week, English electronic musician James Blake took live automation to the next level at Boston’s House of Blues in honor of the recent release of his latest album, Overgrown.