Broken Social Scene Coming to The Fillmore 10/3

Broken Social Scene Coming to The Fillmore 10/3

On Tuesday, October 3, Broken Social Scene will be at the Fillmore on tour for their latest album Hug of Thunder. This is their first new music after a 7-year hiatus, and features performances by all 15 of the original band members, including Feist, Kevin Drew, and Emily Haines. Hug of Thunder rumbles with distorted guitar chords and … Continue reading “Broken Social Scene Coming to The Fillmore 10/3”

The Allah-Las Concert Review

The Allah-Las Concert Review

The show opens to a typical indie beach-rock crowd: a sea of head bobbers punctuated by the occasional gregarious adolescent who needs to spell his band’s name twice (the second ‘j’ is silent) before you understand it.  The opening act, an Australian group called The Babe Rainbow, saunters into view amid halfhearted applause which dwindles … Continue reading “The Allah-Las Concert Review”

Run-On Sentence Reviews: Jlin – Black Origami

Run-On Sentence Reviews: Jlin – Black Origami

This album is synthetic meat that bleeds like the real thing, a drumline of cyborgs cadencing at the robot football game, the iPhone X made from flint and burnt wood, the Neanderthals inventing spaceflight, a tribal dance animated in such high quality so as to become real, what Picasso wishes he could have created in … Continue reading “Run-On Sentence Reviews: Jlin – Black Origami”

Har Mar Superstar at Union Transfer

Har Mar Superstar at Union Transfer

Har Mar Superstar and his band took the stage last week at Union Transfer dressed in La Croix Pamplemousse inspired t-shirts advertising his latest EP, Personal Boy. Sean Tillman (aka Har Mar Superstar) led the crowd through a set of disco-rock, his dance moves becoming increasingly bold and his clothes coming off as the set … Continue reading “Har Mar Superstar at Union Transfer”

Brockhampton at The Foundry, 9/13

Brockhampton at The Foundry, 9/13

  Wednesday night at The Foundry, boyband Brockhampton gave an energetic and animated show to remember. In total, eight of the seventeen current members of the artistic collective performed. The show began with Romil, the DJ, playing a few songs to get the crowd hyped up and asked them to give him a few “yeehaws”. … Continue reading “Brockhampton at The Foundry, 9/13”