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Alternative pop group colors a full crowd at the House of Blues

Alternative pop group colors a full crowd at the House of Blues

Annalise Fosnight

April 15, 2015

OK Go’s House of Blues Concert Thursday night was everything you could imagine it to be, with confetti cannons and more. The set-up of the concert was pretty standard, with two large, square monitors that centered the band into a corner, and played many different visuals during the concert. One...

Buckcherry returns after eight years, hits comeback with new album

Buckcherry returns after eight years, hits comeback with new album

February 27, 2013

Mackenzie Cummings-Grady  Journal Staff Buckcherry was one of my favorite bands in middle school. Their hiatus comeback album is still on repeat when I feel like listening to some raunchy explicit rock and roll. When I first heard their new album Confessions, which released on Tuesday, I debated not...

Indie bands Broken Anchor & Stone Cold Fox join coasts to visit Boylston’s Cafe 939

Joey Johnson

February 20, 2013

Joey Johnson  Journal Staff This past Saturday night, New York band Stone Cold Fox and Los Angeles duo Broken Anchor joined together for a show at Café 939 in Boston, and brought forth powerful tunes and wonderful stage presence. Broken Anchor, a musical duet from Los Angeles, made up of guita...

The Wonder Years embark on new musical journey with new ablum

February 20, 2013

Alexandra Martinez  Journal Staff Lansdale, Penn.-based pop-punk band The Wonder Years started off 2013 with a brand new album; it marks the band’s third album, but can it really be called that? It’s really a collection of unreleased tracks that spans much of the band’s career. The songs releas...

No Doubt returns after an 11 year hiatus

October 3, 2012

Alexandra Martinez  Journal Contributor After 11 years, the Southern California based band No Doubt is back with their first studio album after hiatus, Push and Shove. The album isn’t a new version of the band, or a revamp of what they had been back in the early 90s. No, Push and Shove leaves off...

Life, love, the Rodeo

Life, love, the Rodeo

November 18, 2010

Ethan Long Journal Staff Once in a while, an event will occur that shifts the human perception of time, space, and the universe. Since being born, I have encountered quite a few of these: opening night of Star Wars: Episode III, that one time someone put Outkast’s “So Fresh, So Clean” on the...

Despite late arrival, Cope Rocks

March 3, 2010

Article by: Thomas Logan When you’re looking to hang out and relax, there’s nothing like folk music to set the mood. From straight-up folk acts like Nick Drake and Billy Bragg to more contemporary acts like Andrew Bird, it’s a genre that defines chillin’.  Citizen Cope, a musician that plays folk with traces of blues and reggae, played sol...

Story of the Year back with ‘Constant’ release

February 24, 2010

Article by: Ashley Maceli The post-hardcore band Story of the Year, is back with their fourth album The Constant (Epitaph, 2010), although it may not be an album to break them through once again. The band was best known in the early 2000’s for their singles “Until The Day I Die” and “Anthem of Ou...

Have Heart, stops

Matthew McQuaid

November 14, 2009

Article by: Matt McQuaid This Saturday, New-Bedford-based hardcore band Have Heart is set to play their last show at Club Lido in Revere. Have Heart first formed in 2002. After releasing the What Counts EP (Think Fast, 2004) and their hard-hitting follow up The Things We Carry (Bridge Nine, 2006)...

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