Behold multiverse! The immortals from Magic Sword are set to release a new album. The Boise-based fantasy rock/synth band first debuted in 2013 with the release of Volume 1. It subsequently sold out, was picked up by the label Tender Loving Empire, and officially released to favorable review…
For nearly two months, the proverbial windows have been dark at The Record Exchange. Long Boise's only record store, The RX shut its doors in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hip-hop can be hard to come by on the radio in Idaho but not at Radio Boise. The station’s show The Wreck is celebrating its ninth year of bringing underground hip-hop to listeners around the Treasure Valley.
As one of the founding stores behind Record Store Day, The Record Exchange is a staple of downtown Boise that holds near-legendary status around the country for its role in promoting physical media.
Live concerts may be out for the time being, but Live Sounds the Radio Boise program, is in. Live Sounds streams live performances of local and touring acts every week from 4-5 p.m. on Fridays, and on Friday, April 24, the featured artist will be none other than Built to Spill frontman Doug …
In his basement apartment, William Bendler (Bimsclix Atrolla) fed his fish Archimedes, stepped outside, sat on the porch and lit a cigarette. His new album, Mrs. Calabash, just released digitally via Bandcamp on March 23, but it has been over a decade in the making.
Go to a concert without leaving your living room Saturday, April 11, with the Stay Home Spotlight Series coordinated by The Handlebar, Music Mondays 208 and 100.3 The X. The series spotlights different local musicians and had over 1000 viewers April 4.