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Morrissey charms Boston faithful at House of Blues

Morrissey charms Boston faithful at House of Blues

Morrissey, the legendary frontman for The Smiths, is on the road supporting his new album, Years of Refusl. On Sunday night, he arrived in Boston to deliver a memorable show for an adoring fan base at the House of Blues.

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NME showcase makes good at the Paradise

NME showcase makes good at the Paradise

Three bands, three short sets. Could it have been a little longer? Yes, but that’s only because Friendly Fires, White Lies, and The Soft Pack have so much promise. Find out how each of the band’s succeeded on Saturday night at the Paradise, inside.

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Keller Williams goes it alone in the guitar shop

Keller Williams goes it alone in the guitar shop

With a bunch of guitars and a bunch of loops, Williams made his talent evident on Friday night at the Paradise, doing things that a lot of full bands can’t even do.

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Common heats up the House of Blues

Common heats up the House of Blues

It seems every artist who plays the brand new House of Blues really wants to bring down the house, break in the new venue as it were, so it’s no surprise then that when Common rolled into town on Monday night he brought his A game.

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Trail of the Dead leaves satisfied crowd behind

Trail of the Dead leaves satisfied crowd behind

…And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead swung through Boston on their winter tour in promotion of their new album, The Century of Self. How did it go? Find out, inside.

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The Disco Biscuits jam the night away

The Disco Biscuits jam the night away

A review of the Disco Biscuits at the House of Blues on February 28, 2009

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Thievery Corporation test out HOB

Thievery Corporation test out HOB

A review of Thievery Corporation at the House of Blues on February 24, 2009

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Ferry Corsten ready to spin for Boston

Ferry Corsten ready to spin for Boston

A pioneer of trance music, Ferry Corsten has been producing music and DJing for twenty years. He hits Boston tonight for a rare show, so we caught up with him earlier this week to talk about his work.

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Antony and the Johnsons find Berklee worthy

Antony and the Johnsons find Berklee worthy

The band is very picky about the acoustics of the places that they play, so Boston was lucky to get them at our very own Berklee Performance Center this past weekend.

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Fujiya & Miyagi  deliver a dance party to Paradise

Fujiya & Miyagi deliver a dance party to Paradise

The British quartet are in the business of making dance music, and to that end they delivered incredibly well at the Paradise Rock Club last Sunday.

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