It’s safe to say that living in a city has its perks. Boston shines especially when it comes to concert venues with its myriad of shows. Here are nine concerts to look forward to in the next few months. Red Hot Chili Peppers When: Feb. 7 and 8, 7:30 p.m. Where: TD Garden The Red […]

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Shortly before sunset on Tuesday, fans started to line up on Lansdowne Avenue as they prepared themselves for a night full of mystical melodies and heavenly harmonies. The House of Blues was hosting yet another phenomenal show: James Blake and special guest Moses Sumney. 1. Moses Sumney opened with “Rank and File.” Sumney gives a […]

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Trap music: what your grandpa refers to as the garbage young people listen to. When us “young people” hear the words, we most likely think of EDM or house music, or really anything that’s not sophisticated or classy. The word orchestra, however, carries a different connotation. With its sophisticated demeanor, orchestra music is generally reserved […]

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By Shivani Patel, Staff Writer @shizupates One of the great things about living in the Boston area (or more specifically, on the BU campus) is the fact that we live right next to three awesome concert venues – Paradise Rock Club, House of Blues and Agganis Arena. Agganis Arena might not seem like the ideal […]

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By Andy Powers, Staff Writer Despite their new electro-pop trappings, Fitz and the Tantrums is still running on soul power.  The band began firmly in retro-soul territory with 2010’s “Pickin’ Up the Pieces”, but with their sophomore release, “More than Just a Dream,” Fitz and company ditched the horns for synths. Their new, modern sound […]

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By Matt Clarkin, Staff Writer I can’t say I like live-concerts much.  The drinks are a fortune, the mosh-pits a pain, and other fans a drag.  So by the time I’ve waited five hours in standing-room-only for my new favorite band to reach the stage, my legs and my patience are a little worse for […]

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By Sydney Moyer, Music Editor @sydneymoyer As my friend and I were getting ready to hop the T to see Purity Ring at the House of Blues  last Wednesday, my roommate asked me what kind of show we were going to. My friend and I both looked at one another perplexed and emitted this kind of […]

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By Alexandria Chong, MUSE Staff Writer Dillon Francis, Alana Watson and Nero all under one roof? I know, m-a-g-i-c-a-l. The only thing that helped me make it through my two hour accounting midterm was that I was going to see that triple threat right afterwards. On a Tuesday night, one would not expect such a […]

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