Today’s the day!! It is day one of Boston Calling and you can expect to see tons of coverage from us over the next couple of days! Wrapping up our Seven Bands To See At Boston Calling, we bring you our number one artist you need to be keeping an eye out for!
They be not angels,
they are but men. But, though mere men, they make up TENACIOUS D, The Greatest Metal Band in the World. While they have
their roots planted deep in comedy, it would be impossible to deny the serious
talent Jack Black and Kyle Gass both have.
With a new album (potentially) planned for 2016-2017, and a
trio of rock operas in their arsenal, Sunday night is going to be absolutely
insane in the absolutely best way possible.
For fans of: everything. For a taste, check out: “Beezleboss (the Final Showdown),” “Tribute,”
“Kickapoo” Catch them: Sunday, 8:05, Red Stage
Today we talk about our #4 pick, Marina and the Diamonds.
I’m not entirely sure how to describe her, but all I
can really say about Marina and the
Diamonds is that I am 145% sure we are going to have a ridiculously great
time watching this performance. She’s part dancefloor, part opera house, but it
Her crowd will be wild and energetic and ambitious, which
will be a perfect fit. And for those who may be new to Marina and aren’t sure
how to handle it, it’s simple: rule number one is you gotta have fun.
For fans of: The Ting Tings, La Roux, Ke$ha For a taste, check out: “Homewrecker,” “Primadonna,” “How to Be a Heartbreaker” Catch them: Saturday, 5:45, Red Stage
With Boston Calling just a week away, we’ve decided to make a list of seven bands you do not want to miss. Whether they’re a headliner or an opener, whether they’re hip-hop, dance, rock & roll, or something somewhere in the middle, there are a handful of sets that you’re definitely going to want to pencil into your schedule.
Yesterday, we posted our first band on the list, Bearstronaut – seen here!
Today, we move on to #6: Lucius
Self-classified as “indie/whatever,” this five-piece hailing from Brooklyn possesses a sound that perfectly captures the balance between somber and soulful, dreary and danceable. Fronted by dual female vocalists Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, be sure to listen for their infectious, gritty, and yet still somehow bubbly sound early on Day One. And don’t be surprised when their debut full-length album makes some noise this October.