Boston Calling came to a close on Sunday, but the memories of such an exciting festival are sure to ruminate in the dreams of fans for the warm summer months to come.
As the rays came pouring down on the wistful Saturday afternoon, so did the energy in the crowds as all basked in the glory of song and sun.
Despite rain and mud, Boston Calling made Friday a day remember as it said goodbye to the cramped City Hall Plaza and embrace the Harvard Athetic Complex.
Khari King did not expect to find himself striving for a career in music, but with encouragement from friends, and an attitude of self refinement, King, tackles the task with equal parts humility and tact.
Though Edgar Allan Poe and Jane Austen never met face to face, their works have always enjoyed each others company. For fans of each, however, only a proper smackdown can put one above the other.
Few can tout a list of achievements as long as writer, journalist, and urban activist Jane Jacobs. With ties to Boston and Boston College, her work adopts an even more meaningful character.
Some people may never achieve the happiness they strive for, but walking hand in hand commiserating may help make a day just a little brighter, as in the Bonn performance of ‘Gruesome Playground Injuries.’
Nicknames have stories tied to them that tell us so much about a person. In some ways, they are more representative of us than a given name possibly could.
This summer sees many artists, like HAIM, Halsey, and Beck, coming back with big anticipated releases. As a result the summer of 2017 is shaping up to be a season full of hits and potential classics.
Sometimes a concise, uninterrupted image can be just as complex as a lively, dynamic one. Folk rock artist Keaton Henson details this idea in his beautifully simple ‘Epilogue’ music video.