Whether they’re writing songs about Rasputin, Moby Dick, or The Elephant Man, Mastodon have always been a band unafraid to push boundaries and let their imaginations run wild. On Monday, they made their way to Boston for a show at the House of Blues and delivered a straight up onslaught of their greatest hits that left the house in ruins.
Led by mastermind Anthony Gonzalez, M83 hit Boston last weekend in support of its latest album, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming. How was the show? Well, the lead singer described it as the biggest performance he’s ever had. Get out take, inside.
The Kooks hit town behind their recently released third album, Junk of the Heart. Find out how their sold-out show at the House of Blues on Saturday went, inside.
Drive-By Truckers have kept busy with a new album out and recently releasing a greatest hits collection this year as well. Find out how they put their show together, inside.
After over six months on the road, Foo Fighters finally made their way to Boston on Thursday night for the final show of the North American leg of their Wasting Light World Tour. Despite the grueling trek, the band displayed no signs of exhaustion as they delivered an epic performance that nearly blew the roof off the TD Garden.
It’s been over six years since Oasis last performed live in Massachusetts and given the band’s break up last year, the wait will continue to grow for fans of the legendary Brit rockers. On Saturday, fans at the Citi Wang Theatre got the next best thing when Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds made their Hub debut. How did it go? Find out, inside.
For a band whose latest album is so concerned with time, 3 Doors Down was sure to make good use of theirs Saturday night at the Providence Performing Arts Center. With a balanced assortment of old hits and new tracks from July’s Time of My Life, the Mississippi-bred rockers transformed the ornate theatre to vibrant rock venue for the duration of their ninety-minute set.
Fitz & The Tantrums hit town behind their debut album and hit song “MoneyGrabber”. Find out if fans got their money’s worth at the House of Blues on Friday, inside.
Donald Glover is a bit of a renaissance man in the entertainment business as a comedian, actor, and writer. As his Hip-Hop alter ego Childish Gambino, Glover showed at the House of Blues that his talents don’t stop there. Find out how the show went, inside.
Scottish post-punkers We Were Promised Jetpacks had their work cut out for them for their show at the Paradise on Friday. As the kick off to Halloween weekend, expectations were high. Thankfully, the band rose to the occasion and delivered a set that was full of great treats.