OUR EYES ON YOU: March 2008

Rita: Welcome to our second annual March online-only issue. It’s this cold winter month that we choose to save a tree by sparing the paper that goes into making a print issue of The Noise, and advise our business supporters to look at the numbers that this site (and thenoiseboard.com) generate. Getting your news online makes sense ecologically, but will the feeling of opening your newspaper at the breakfast table ever really disappear? Lolita: Normally I don’t wake up ’til … Read More >>

SILVER CIRCLE REVIEWS: March 2008

Comment on any CD Review in the March Reader's Respo™ Make sure you title your comment so we know which review you're talking about. You can also discuss local music 24/7 at The Noise Board NEPTUNE Radium/Table of the Elements Gong Lake 10-song CD “Forty-pound guitars assembled entirely from scrap metal” (and the like). So sayeth the presskit, and the wary are to be forgiven for thinking that this has got to be too gimmicky to be good. The wary … Read More >>

LIVE REVIEWS: March 2008

  Comment on any Live Review in the March Reader's Respo™ Make sure you title your comment so we know what you're talking about. You can also discuss local music 24/7 at The Noise Board GOZU O’Brien’s, Allston, MA 1/31/08 I’m eagerly huffing down Harvard Ave. to see the soon-to-be legendary band that is Gozu. Featuring members of Superhoney, Wargasm, Trip Hammer, I am expecting this set to rock! To my chagrin, Gozu’s first show has sold out the meager … Read More >>

Noise Radio Chart March 2008

1. Tim Blane – Clockwork 2. Neptune – Gong Lake 3. The December Sound – The December Sound 4. Shadows Fall – Threads of Life 5. A.K.A.C.O.D. – Happiness 6. My Own Worst Enemy – Total Action 7. Various Artists – Boston Underground 1979-1982 8. The Doom Buggies – The Doom Buggies 9. Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles – Diamonds in the Dark 10. 28 Degrees Taurus – How Do You Like Your Love 11. Barefoot Truth – “Walk … Read More >>

SALVATORE BAGLIO

    SALVATORE BAGLIO: THE EVOLUTION OF AN ARTIST by Robin Umbley What do you do when you’re in a rock ’n’ roll band, gain a little bit of national prominence, have lots of fans, a run of success, and come to realize that the creative direction you are heading in isn’t the same road that everyone wants you to follow? Then what happens when your band has run its course but you still have music in your head, heart, … Read More >>