Pilgrims of Sound was kicked around bars in St. Andrews (that’s where The Prince went), bus rides to shows and the globe-spanning interwebs until summer of 2006, when it became a website dedicated to the Boston music scene.

Kate and Cat Pilgrim can tell you more.

I forgot our other email password so now it’s katepilgrim1@gmail.com for love letters, bad jokes and brunch recommendations. Also accepting music submissions, show reviews and funny drawings.

Ladies and gents, I know you’re out there.

I try to go to as many shows and read as many websites as I can, but sometimes there simply isn’t enough time in a day. Plus… I like the stuff I like, but there are a million and a half bands in the world and I don’t doubt you know of someone awesome I’ve never heard of.

So… get involved? Please? Blogs are only as good as their content.

§ One Response to About

  • Hiro says:

    Hey guys,

    I’m Hiro, and I work for JamSpot in Somerville.

    JamSpot offers clean, fully equipped rehearsal studios (none of that warehouse/basement crap) for any and all musicians.

    The business started after noticing that there weren’t many suitable, hassle-free rehearsal spaces that really catered to the musician in the states.

    I was just wondering if you’d be interested in coming into our Somerville location to check our facilities out and write about it – spread the word to your readers.

    If you’re interested, shoot me an email.


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