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Shame Concert Review: An Epic Return for The Rising Post-Punk Band

Playing hits from their most recent album “Drunk Tank Pink,” along with several unreleased songs, shame showcased not only their musical breadth but also their lyrical depth while grappling with the anxieties of reality, performance, and finding a place in the world.


In Photos: The Driver Era in Concert

Pop-funk duo The Driver Era hit the stage at the newly-minted Roadrunner venue in Brookline on Aug. 2. Comprised of lead vocalist Ross Lynch and singer-songwriter Rocky Lynch, the brothers were joined by bassist Riker Lynch on this tour.


From Rolling Loud Miami: Hendrix Predicts The Future

Future also shared a huge chunk of his time in the spotlight on stage with Travis Scott, who he invited on stage for five songs, marking a return for the rapper following the tragedy at Astroworld.


From Rolling Loud Miami: Kendrick Lamar Creates His Own Narrative

Few musicians are as dedicated to putting on a show as Kendrick Lamar proved himself to be at Rolling Loud Miami this past weekend. The result was a once in a lifetime, truly unforgettable performance.


From Rolling Loud Miami: Aminé Brings the Block to Miami

The crowd’s unfamiliarity with his songs didn’t stop Aminé from putting on an amazing performance. For long-time fans, watching his set felt like a journey through his artistic development.


Holly Humberstone Concert Review: Rising Indie Star Returns to Boston

Humberstone’s second ever appearance in the city cements her status as one of the most exciting indie artists to watch. Her intimate performance at the brand-new Roadrunner stage garnered a very warm welcome.


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