Grouper’s Shade is a love letter to music in any form

    Grouper Shade Kranky · October 22, 2021 The way we interact with music has always bred intimacy. Assigning albums to the most important parts of our lives, coding choruses with memories and listening to songs that remind us of old friends, music has always been the key to emotion. Shade, the new project by Grouper, […]

    LØLØ delivers a spectacular show to an unresponsive crowd at House of Blues

    LØLØ Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour (New Found Glory, Less Than Jake, Hot Mulligan, LØLØ) October 5, 2021 at House of Blues The scene outside the House of Blues was one uniquely Boston, a swirling crowd of yelling baseball fans, impatient bar-goers, and early general-admissioners waiting to attend the “Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead” […]

    Q&A: LØLØ talks touring, TikTok, and Taylor Swift

    LØLØ, a burgeoning star in the indie pop-punk scene, sat down to talk with WRBB’s Lexi Anderson about touring, inspiration, TikTok, and Taylor Swift. Read the full conversation below. Lexi Anderson: How have you found touring? Do you have a favorite city that you’ve visited? LØLØ: Touring has been awesome. I didn’t know what to […]

    Meet the WRBB x LMA Spring Show Lineup: Maude Latour

    Bedroom Discotheque, a collaboration between WRBB and LMA, takes place on Wednesday, April 14, from 8-9 p.m. EDT! Take a minute to get familiar with Maude Latour, and we’ll see you at the show. Harnessing the fleeting feelings of youth, love, and life with her upbeat indie-pop instrumentals and introspective vocals, Maude Latour is here […]

    Adult Mom’s ‘Driver’ is imbued with a sense of triumph

    Adult Mom Driver Epitaph · March 5, 2021 An intimate portrait of struggle, heartbreak, and triumph, Adult Mom’s new project Driver chronicles the in-between moments of life, describing with brutal transparency the pitfalls and triumphs of being in love with another, and reconciling with oneself. From upbeat redemption ballads to slow, honest descriptions of anxious […]

    King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard lose momentum on ‘L.W.’

    King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard L.W. KGLW · February 26, 2021 King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have made a name for themselves as the forward thinkers of the psychedelic genre. With a sound reminiscent of ‘60s experimental rock, K.G.L.W. have continually pushed the boundaries of convention, accumulating a huge cult following and garnering […]

    On ‘Super Monster,’ Claud spins a dreamy anthology of love and longing

    Claud Super Monster Saddest Factory / Dead Oceans · February 12, 2021 Claud’s debut album Super Monster is a dreamy anthology of love and longing. Combing the hallmark smooth synth of bedroom pop with indie’s soft acoustics, Claud composes everything from slow, melodic ballads (“Rocks At Your Window”) to songs of upbeat redemption (“That’s Mr. […]

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