Fever the Ghost Releases New Single

By just listening to Fever the Ghost’s EP, it’s easy to hear the sounds that define the group. This psych-pop band has been working hard on their first LP, Zirconium Meconium, set to release at the end of Septe...

Casper Indrizzo: The Blast Interview

In the last two years, Fever the Ghost has grown from a small recording project to a full fledged band gearing up for the September release of their new LP Zirconium Meconium. The psychedelic-pop group has work...

Empires Come to Brighton

Running up on stage just in time, Sean Van Vleet of Empires jumps into the first song of the band’s most recent, Orphan.“Silverfire” grabs the attention of some patrons previously occupied by the pool tables in...

Empires: High Energy, Fine-tuned

The best way to examine the talent of Empires is to discuss their growth in both sound and process. This group has been building their success steadily over the past few years, and now, a few months after the r...

The Blast Interview: Annalise Emerick

Last week, Blast's Amina Ly got the chance to speak to Annalise Emerick, an independent artist based in Boston, MA, to talk about her rising success as a singer/songwriter and her upcoming album Field Notes.  ...

Review: Pharrell Williams’ G I R L

Whether you’d heard of him before 2013 or not, Pharrell Williams has been around in the world of mainstream pop longer than many would realize. It’s not hard to see why he’s been flying under the radar since hi...
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Dead Meadow: The Blast Interview

Not too long ago, Amina Ly reviewed the Dead Meadow's new album. Despite the rescheduling of the show due to a snow storm, Dead Meadow played the Sinclair  on Feb. 13 and there was no hesitation in the audience...
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Magic Man returns to The Sinclair

Simply put, Magic Man is a band to be seen. Although their newly released EP You Are Here may sound somewhat calm and sleepy at times, the band is anything but. Hailing from Boston, MA, Magic Man has made quite...

Album Review for Dead Meadow: Warble Womb

If there is one thing to be said about Dead Meadow’s new album Warble Womb, it’s that this is definitely the next logical step in the band’s progression. Dead Meadow has been active since 1998, and in the last ...
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8 Artists to Look Forward To in 2014

2013 was an amazing year for music, churning out highly anticipated albums from pop superstars like Beyoncé and Lady Gaga, to rappers like Jay Z and Kanye West. In addition, indie artists such as Bastille and A...

Album Review: Because the Internet

Donald Glover happens to be one of those people who jump from career to career, picking up fans along the way. Ever since he first became Childish Gambino, however, he’s faced an onslaught of disapproval from c...