Boston rock's 2010 in review

Locals scene and heard
By MICHAEL MAROTTA  |  December 22, 2010


The biggest band out of Boston in 2010 turns out to be from Worcester — or Hadley, to be exact. In April, Dom and debut EP Sun Bronzed Greek Gods explode nationally on the strength of ferocious neon rock-pop single and song-of-the-year contender "Living in America." If MGMT had released it, they'd still be famous. But there's also plenty within the I-95 belt that gets Boston moving: Kingsley Flood take their Americana-roots sound to NPR audiences, electro-funk machine Mystery Roar go from zer0 to sexy, and the edgy rock of Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling proves more than just a flyer maker's nightmare.

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