The Boston Counter Cultural Compass does a whole lotta describing: art, film, and show listings that go above (and definitely BELOW if you know what I mean) and beyond any other local resource. Also, inside the Compass you’ll find some Funnies and album reviews! I am very grateful – as are many that pick up the monthly newspaper – that such a thing exists; credit and appreciation goes to the many volunteers of the Boston Hassle, the organization responsible for producing the Compass and sponsoring and supporting many of the events listed within! Boston is a lively city with much to do, see, and hear every single night. If you are visiting, touring through, or even if you live in the area and somehow haven’t heard of the Compass, pick one up or read it online.
CHECK OUT JULY’S COMPASS (#54): http://www.bostonhassle.com/compass/54-july-2014/
The Boston Counter Cultural Compass (September 2012 Edition) is available for your viewing! The best source going for area events.
ALSO – KLYAM is mentioned in the ‘News and Nods’ section. Thank you Compass!
It’s interactive! The most comprehensive monthly calendar of events that you just won’t find anywhere else.
Yeah, May 2012 BCC right here! This shit is truly directing me to underground shows and awesome happenings in Boston. Thanks.
Below is a link to the April 2012 edition of Boston Counter Cultural Compass, a local Boston Newsletter that will tell you where to find the greatest Boston happenings.
New BCC out, kickass Boston shows/events as always.
Loads of Great Local Shows, Check Out The Listings: HERE
KLYAM has a neat calendar of shows that we plan on attending or, at the very least, recommend to others. The Boston Counter Cultural Compass has an even better publication that details quite a gamut of gigs every month. A good chunk of the listings are area punk houses and basements [what we folks like to call the underground underground] so please do get in touch with the BCCC or BCCCers (new term, maybe?) for information on locales. This is a great source for local music happenings — perhaps the best. They have a constantly updated Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Boston-Counter-Cultural-Compass/137506276302253?ref=ts and a website: http://www.bostoncccompass.com/.
Click here or on the picture below [to make it more readable] to see what is going on for the rest of July!