K.Flay live at Royale in Boston
 

Editor’s Note: Since the humble beginnings of this online music magazine, we’ve desperately tried to describe the genre-blending musical fusion of K.Flay. The hyper-active musician born Kristine Flahery just outside Chicago back in ’85 was one of our first long-form Q&A subjects nearly five years ago, when we asked her about her stylistic range: “It is a bit genre-less on some level and that really stems from me not really having rules for what I’m doing,” K.Flay told us. “It originally stemmed from not knowing what I’m doing — and I still kinda don’t. I love a lot of electronic music, indie, punk rock, and hip-hop, so there are elements of all those things in what I’m doing. And that’s cool.” Years later, she’s perfected the craft, and last night (March 21) rolled into Royale in Boston for the latest stop on her “Every Where Is Some Where” tour, named after her 2017 LP. John Hutchings was in the Theatre District venue capturing snaps of it all, and you can scan through his full gallery below. [Note: Boston’s own Ed Balloon was added to the bill a few hours before doors, but we were unable to shoot him due to scheduling; for a look at the Ed Balloon live show, check our full gallery of his Great Scott performance last week.]

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