Three Day Threshold chill out with Vanilla Ice

Three Day Threshold chill out with Vanilla Ice

The Boston band has been all over the place recently. From a tour of Belgium to chilling with Rob Van Winkle days before his arrest, a lot is going on in the world of 3DT. So, we talked with lead singer Kier Byrnes to get an update.

Parker House and Theory celebrate new album

Parker House and Theory celebrate new album

They aren’t just another indie band with a curious name. With a new album out and a slot on O.A.R.’s tour, PH&T just might be the next big thing to come out of Boston. We caught up with lead singer Eric-jon Tasker before the band’s big show at the Middle East on Thursday.

Melodesiac bring new life to hip-hop

Melodesiac bring new life to hip-hop

They met at Tufts University and are jazz trained. But don’t let that fool you, this nine piece is bringing an invigorating sound to hip-hop. They play Bill’s Bar on Friday, and BMS caught up with frontman eLCee to talk about the show.

Boston hits Austin for SXSW

Boston hits Austin for SXSW

Bands looking for a break flock to SXSW in Austin for a chance to play for exposure, record deals, and management. We took a look at the Boston bands who are stopping by the festival.

Rumble winners Township on the rise

Rumble winners Township on the rise

Township, winners of the 2007 WBCN Rock and Roll Rumble, released their debut album Coming Home on Tuesday. They hit T.T.’s for a CD release show on Friday. Lead singer Marc Pinansky talked to BMS about the band, the album, and the show.

Steve Smith inspired by this town

Steve Smith inspired by this town

Who knew Scituate could be inspirational? The former Grammy winner and frontman of Dirty Vegas releases his new solo album This Town this week. BMS caught up with Smith to talk about the album and his musical journey.

Neptune creates new instruments, album

Neptune creates new instruments, album

Think everything has been done before in the music world? Getting tired of hearing the same old sounds on the radio? We promise that you’ve never heard anything like Neptune before. BMS spoke with Dan from the band.

TAB the Band do it the old-fashioned way

TAB the Band do it the old-fashioned way

Let’s get this out of the way now. TAB the Band features Joe Perry’s sons, Adrian and Tony. What does that have to do with their music? Not all that much. The band, whose debut album Pulling Out Just Enough to Win was released on Tuesday, brings their old school sound to T.T. the Bear’s tonight.

Scamper set for their last waltz

Scamper set for their last waltz

Local favorites Scamper will bid adieu to Boston by delivering their “last waltz” on Saturday at the Middle East Downstairs. With that in mind, we decided to catch up with the band before they went into indefinite hiatus mode.

Girls Guns and Glory make their mark on Boston

Girls Guns and Glory make their mark on Boston

Boston might not be Nashville anytime soon, but the local alt-country scene is booming. One of the bands that is leading that charge is Girls Guns and Glory. We talked with lead singer Ward Hayden about the band’s spot in the local scene before their big show at the Paradise as part of this year’s “Rodfest”.