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Piercing screams erupted from the mass of people crowding the JetBlue stage as Twenty One Pilots‘ banner was raised. Signs reading “Thank You |-/” and “We get it. Not everyone will.” lined the barricade. This was my second time at Boston Calling, and my third time seeing Twenty One Pilots live; however, it was my first time experiencing them in […]

On Saturday afternoon, Bleachers, started and led by Fun.‘s lead guitarist Jack Antonoff, played their first show in Boston at Boston Calling. Although this was the third time I had seen them within a span of five months, they did not disappoint. It just so happened that they had been at every festival I had […]

By Ellie Jordan This weekend I had the amazing opportunity to join the BU Central bloggers at Boston Calling and enjoy a fantastic three days of music. On Friday night, the festival opened with Future Islands, followed by Neutral Milk Hotel and The National. It was a great evening for outdoor music at City Hall […]

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  Boston Calling is only THE biggest multi-day music festival to rock our city to the core. Over the years Boston Calling has played host to bands such as Young The Giant, Bastille, Fun., Of Monsters and Men, Death Cab for Cutie, and The Shins. This year some pretty bad ass bands rocked City Hall […]

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Hello, friends! Here I am, four-ish months since my last Twenty One Pilots concert review, and I am still completely obsessed. I went to see them live at the House of Blues on Thursday, and without fail, the show was sold out. For good reason, too. The house opened with Hunter Hunted and NONONO, who […]

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After attending the Betty Who concert a couple weeks ago, I am solidly forever a part of the Who Crew (I even have a button to prove it). Betty Who rocked the stage with her almost all female band (her drummer was a male) and the Berklee College of Music graduate did her degree justice. […]

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On Friday, April 11th, London Grammar played a sold out show at Paradise Rock Club. Joined by their opening act, Haerts, both bands definitely made my $15 ticket worth it. Though I enjoyed Haerts‘s sound, at times it was quite hard to actually to hear their lyrics and the microphones seemed to be way too loud. […]