BRETT ROSENBERG

NEW PROBLEM by Lindsay Crudele Four hours a day, the law firm requires typing. When that's through, once a week, he visits the track, watches the horses run around, and tries to break even on twelve bucks. Brett Rosenberg is not trying to paint a glamorous picture. Alienation and anger is the theme of his new solo record, and his explanation of how he spends his non-musical time is painted through a lens no rosier. “Whatever scene I'm in,” he … Read More >>

26 Years of Boston Rock

1981-1985 TIME WARP IN THE ANNE FRANK MUSEUM by Joe Coughlin    Jesus, has it really been 25 years? Actually, longer. The drinking age was 18 when I started clubbing, four years before T Max hatched this thing. The number of bands back then who had the stuff to endure (and sadly, didn’t) is staggering. But the number of people still at it is equally so. This is a VERY short list of players who made these pages back then, … Read More >>

LIVE REVIEWS Feb 2006

ELI REED & THE TRUE LOVES, THE DIAMOND MINES, THE MULES Central Square VFW, Cambridge MA 1/28/06 A sampling of hipsters, rude boys and girls, art-noise kids, college students and townies fill up the basement of the Central Sq. VFW to give witness to the last True Loves show.   The show is scheduled to start at 9:00; it is now 9:35. I grab a $2 Budweiser can from the bar on the other side of the swinging doors and make … Read More >>