“We have the benefit of hindsight when it comes to 1950s and ‘60s pop music. Songs about motorcycle crashes and broken hearts sound quaint now, but the sweet harmonies and four-on-the-floor beats reflected real anxieties of teens and twentysomethings.”
FULL CONCERT - Conor Oberst live at House of Blues Boston. Conor plays a number of his Bright Eyes hits along with many tracks from his most recent album, Upside Down Mountain. Joining Conor on stage are the amazingly talented women of Larkin Poe.
It’s hard to imagine that this happened three years ago. If you never got a chance to see or hear the incredible loops of James Blake and his accompanying band, here’s your chance to see a full set performance…front row at 9:30 Club.
Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, the stars of Lucius, are sometimes mistaken for twins. Sure, they dress identically on stage, in the bright colors and zigzagging patterns that befit their vibrant style of pop music. But the single-minded and flawless execution of their performance provides the strongest reason to mistake the pair for siblings.