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Getting to Know: TRISTEN

Article and photos by: Matt Guevara   One of the biggest complaints people have with pop music is its lack of substance. But, as some pop subgenres are starting to demand a more substantial and “real” style of music, indie artists like Nashville’s Tristen Gaspaderek, or just “Tristen,” as most people would

Downtown Boys // Live @ Flywheel // 12.10.16

Article and Photos by: Matt Guevara   Easthampton, MA -- Downtown Boys is a dance-punk band from P-town Rhode Island, and recently released their newest record, Full Communism. A true punk band in every sense of the word, “the Boys'” music focuses on socio-political injustice, and aims to empower people of all

Snowhaus // Live @ Flywheel // 12.4.16

Article and Photos by: Matt Guevara   One of Massachusetts’ crunchiest DIY venues, Easthampton’s Flywheel, continues to host impressive lineups of both local and National Talent, this time headlined by Boston prog-rockers Born Without Bones, and Snowhaus. Joining them in the show were new local talents Negatives, and Nanny. Negatives are one of

Getting To Know: BAT HOUSE

Article and Photos by: Matt Guevara   From Boston’s underground scene, rock band Bat House is making a name for themselves throughout the northeast. Since forming in 2014, and despite their short history together, the four piece band has gained a very respectable following. Even in a city that is notoriously hard

Styx // Live @ The Calvin Theatre // 10.20.16

Article by: Matt Guevara   Northampton, MA - In this, at times sleepy, New England town, the historic Calvin Theatre continues to add to the list of renowned artists it has hosted, this time with famed Chicago classic-rockers, Styx. Touring in support of their latest release, STYX: LIVE AT THE ORLEANS THEATRE

AGAINST ME! // Live @ Flywheel // 9.27.16

Article and Photos by: Matt Guevara   Through her struggle with gender dysphoria, and eventual transition, Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! became one of the first major artists to publicly come out as transgender, and has encouraged the growth of one of the most accepting and tight-knit fandoms in punk rock.