The brooding, figurative lyrics of "Long Night" -- "Can't unsee the things I saw, fallen devils, false gods" -- hints at where Boston band Guster has been and where it's headed. Back with its first album in four years (due out officially in early 2015), the band worked with producer Richard Swift (well-known as keyboardist for the Shins) for a dark, intensely atmospheric sound.
One part indie singer-songwriter, one part hip-hop producer and a dash of disco, Broken Bells impress on the new release "After the Disco."
Each month, this site features numerous photography pieces based on the work of KDHX's intrepid volunteer photographers. These photos are some of their best.
If you came to this review wondering if the Shins could put on a bad show, then I'm sorry to disappoint you because I don't think that's possible.
The Pageant slowly filled to its capacity last night, leading up to the return of James Mercer and his current iteration of the Shins.
KDHX kicks off its Best of 2011 coverage with lists of top national spins, top local spins and DJ top 10 favorite albums.