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. […]

Twenty One Pilots tear it up at Paradise

When everyone said that the Twenty One Pilots show was sold out, I definitely underestimated the number of people that would eventually crowd into the Paradise Rock Club this past Tuesday, December 2nd. The sardine analogy would be an understatement. Doors opened at 7:02 sharp and the opening bands took the stage soon after. Sirah, the first opener, […]

Yellow Ostrich is back in Beantown, yo

Yellow Ostrich finally returned to Boston after a noticed two-year absence and was happily met with a wicked crowd of people who came out to Paradise Rock Club the night of November 2nd to hear some rad tunes by these dudes opening for The Dismemberment Plan. Lead singer and guitarist, Alex Schaaf, welcomed an incredibly […]

Haim excites at Paradise

“Boston, let’s f—ing rage,” Alana Haim ordered the sold-out crowd at the Paradise Rock Club as L.A. sister trio Haim kicked off their North American tour in support of their recently released album, Days Are Gone. After spending much of the summer on the European festival circuit, the band, composed of Este (bass), Alana (rhythm guitar, […]

When you’re not enjoying one of our amazingly free LIVE events, you should be hitting up the legendary venues within your reach right off of the Charles River Campus.  Here are some of the shows I’m looking forward to this semester with a few tracks by some of the artists below. There are tons of […]

Dan Deacon is pretty great, heads up. Before I get too caught up on talking about how great he is, let me tell you about this amazing opportunity. Tonight. 7pm. Concert. What. Up. Meet me there and we will jam out with our yams out. Anyway. Remember this? That’s Dan Deacon. Dan Deacon also makes […]

[tweetmeme source= “bucentral” only_single=false] One of the best things about living in a major city? Easy access to concerts! I spent much of my freshman year getting acquainted with Boston’s numerous venues , and I intend to keep that up this year. My schedule may now be a bit more rigorous, but y’all can bet […]