[Show Review] – Kevin Devine @ The Sinclair 2/6

Kevin Devine at The Sinclair Feb. 6 By Evan Frye Kevin Devine never disappoints when he plays. He gives the crowd what they want every time, and is always the gracious and appreciative performer and human being. When I arrived at the Sinclair, Kevin was standing at the merch table, selling shirts, talking to fans, […]

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Show Review: Nai Harvest @ Great Scott – 8.22.14

Nai Harvest at The Great Scott It’s been a little over a week since Ben Thompson & Lew Currie, the lead singer and drummer of Nai Harvest, kindly helped WRBB get into the Great Scott in Allston, MA for their sold out show with Dads and Tiny Moving Parts. This would be the 10th show […]

CMJ Artist Previews!

Whether or not it’s on your radar at the moment, the annual CMJ Music Marathon is here at last and as usual, there is no shortage of talent being presented. Artists from Austin to Australia and surf rock to speed metal will be taking one of the 80 stages peppered across New York City to […]


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Snowmine Interview + Show Review @ Great Scott 9/16

The term ‘independent’ or ‘indie’ is a word thrown around these days in a musical context that can have many implications. It is frequently employed as an adjective (much to my chagrin) to blanket a genre of perhaps less-produced and non-traditional sounding artists, a categorization of artist that is either unsigned or signed to a […]

“Buttercups” by Nai Harvest

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The boys from Nai Harvest, the UK-based indie duo of Ben Thompson & Lew Currie, were nice enough to share their latest tune off Flower a 12″ split with label mates Playlounge. Since the release of their debut full length Whatever back in March of 2013, NH has gone under quite the face lift, making the progression from “emo revival” punksters to grunge dripping 90’s influenced shoegazers. The latter can be heard on their most recent and highly successful Hold Open My Head EP released via Dog Knights (UK) and Boston’s very own Topshelf Records. Buttercups follows the same transitions meandering through distorted gritty power chords, crashing symbols and atmospheric overtones all sandwiched together by Thompson‘s hallowed vocals and impassioned lyrics. The track leaves us with a warm glow under our chins and a sweet taste in our mouths. Look out for these two in the near future!

Adam Kenny



Trioscapes at Great Scott 05.12.2014

Trioscapes Show Review (05/12)

An eclectic crowd filled Allston’s Great Scott on Monday evening for jazz-fusion trio Trioscapes’ first set in Boston since the fall of 2012. Preceding the trio’s set were local prog rockers Protean Collective, whose heavy-hitting riffs and unapologetic bass grooves demanded the room’s attention. Guitarist Steph Goyer’s sweeping runs served as both a much-needed melodic […]

Newscast: SJP Interview

Northeastern stirred up controversy recently after the administration suspended the Students for Justice in Palestine.  The News Team’s own Tim Riina-Ferrie caught up with a former e-board member for an interview on 3/18 If the player doesn’t work. click this link: http://wrbbradio.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Newscast_TimSJPinterview.mp3  


Newscast: Venezuela (2/23)

The News Team’s first recorded show! We delve into what’s causing protests in Venezuela, as well as the attention it has been getting from the outside world. Audio quality is poor at the start, and we apologize, but it gets much better after the first minute. Feel free to comment! Click the link to listen: […]

Kevin Devine and the Goddamn Band Show Review (11/24)

This past sunday I had the distinct pleasure of seeing Kevin Devine and the Goddamn Band at the intimate Brighton Music Hall for the last stop of his fall tour, and it was a goddamn treat. Kevin Devine is the antithesis of the self-pleasing, hedonistic rock star portrayed on the covers of magazines and billboard […]



Young the Giant Show Review (11/14)

With the days leading up to it being brutally cold, Young The Giant’s intimate Cafe 939 performance this past Thursday night was just what the Boston community needed to warm up and get out of the house. Frontman Sameer Gadhia noted midway through the set that upon arriving in the city on Wednesday, the only […]