Crimson staff writer
Alisa S. Regassa
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Artist Profile: Sofiane Pamart Is The Best of Both Worlds
Pamart has dared to do what no one else is: to destroy the boundaries of what classical music can be.
Artist Profile: Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda, 20 Years In The Making
Following the March release of his latest single, “In My Head,” Shinoda sat down with The Harvard Crimson to discuss the anniversary of “Meteora,” as well as his recent release.
Concert Review: We’re All Part of J.I.D’s Ecosystem
Atlanta rapper, singer, and songwriter J.I.D enveloped the House of Blues in “Surround Sound” on Jan. 25 for the first of two sold out nights in Boston.
20 Years Later, Linkin Park’s ‘Meteora’ Is Still A Masterpiece
With the release of the 20th Anniversary album, it’s clear Linkin Park will continue to be with us for many years to come.
From Boston Calling 2022: Metallica Can’t Wait To Come Back
Metallica fans instantly knew that this concert would be nothing short of an epic masterpiece.
From Boston Calling 2022: Boston Can’t Get Enough Of EarthGang
Despite all odds, EarthGang delivered a performance that left the Boston audience chanting for more.
From Boston Calling Music Festival 2022
The Harvard Crimson sends staff writer Alisa S. Regassa ‘24 and Jen A. Hughes '24 across the river to cover the 2022 Boston Calling Music Festival.
From Boston Calling: Sunday Sound Bites
Boston Calling 2022 continued on day three, featuring performances from Peach Tree Rascals, Japanese Breakfast, and Glass Animals.
From Boston Calling: Saturday Sound Bites
Boston Calling 2022 kicked off on day two featuring performances from Kenny Hoopla, Orville Peck, and Black Pumas.
From Boston Calling: Friday Sound Bites
Boston Calling 2022 kicked off on day one featuring performances from Oliver Tree, HAIM, and Rüfüs Du Sol.