Dun and Joseph proved themselves to be more than deserving of their headlining slot — marrying concept, deft musicianship, and high-energy antics.
Not even the band could keep from nodding and dancing to their own tracks.
At Boston Calling, Mitski broke this fourth wall just a few times, letting the beauty of her music and performance art speak for itself.
The Harvard Crimson sends three writers — Allison J. Scharmann '21, Jack M. Schroeder '21, and Shruthi Venkata '22 — to cover Boston Calling Music Festival.
Equal parts eccentric and elegant, euphoric and composed, Christine and the Queens let loose its “weird beauty” onstage, and Boston Calling was better for it.
After Boston Ballet wrapped up their performance, current Northeastern University student and Boston-based musician Sidney Gish took to the Red Stage.
I don’t intend to make money off of fashion, that’s not my goal, but I want people to look at what I make or look at the messages that are behind what I’m making and feel something.
Female artists old and new to the industry dominated charts and delighted critics in 2018, sending a message to Portnow, Grammy voters, and the American people that women in music aren’t just “stepping up.” They’ve been here and they’re taking over.
All you have to do to get a copy for yourself is hit “Print.”
I was just one month into my freshman year of high school, reluctantly confined to the tobacco-farming hilltown I had called home for 15 years, when Lorde released her debut album “Pure Heroine.”
When Massachusetts votes on equality, the nation watches.
The sequel takes everything that’s great about “Shrek” and makes it 10 times more entertaining.
My father named me, in part, after an Elvis Costello song. I know this both because he tells me and because he shows me, a microphone in one hand and a beer in the other, any time he finds himself within 10 feet of a karaoke machine.