Pre4k: Mitski

    Set Time: Catch Mitski at 4pm on Saturday, performing on the Blue Stage Intro Tracks: Your Best American Girl, I Bet On Losing Dogs, Texas Reznikoff Why You Should Be There: It’s always great to see women, especially women of color, finding success by articulating their lived experience. Be sure to also check out Kilo Kish and headliner Solange […]

    Pre4k 2017: Vince Staples

    Set Time: Catch Vince Staples at 4pm on Friday, performing on the Green Stage Intro Tracks: War Ready, SAMO, Jump Off The Roof Why You Should Be There: Vince Staples has been rap’s latest manic pixie dream boy, and his latest release, Big Fish Theory, is a giant middle finger to that idea. Staples is […]

    Half Waif releases “form/a” EP

    With form/a, Half Waif deliver an EP that brings up as many questions as answers, and paints a turbulent narrative of searching for place and purpose. It makes sense that form/a, the newest Half Waif release off Cascine, is a water sign. Half Waif’s entire discography is saturated with wet, lush currents and form/a is […]

    Q&A with Half Waif

    In a candid interview, Nandi Rose Plunkett talks to Kara Kokinos about her musical journey as Half Waif, as well as her new EP, form/a, out February 24th via Cascine. Catch Half Waif playing tomorrow, 1/12, at Great Scott in Allston! There’s a notable excitement that prefaces the conversation to follow; Half Waif has just […]

    Twin Peaks @ The Sinclair

    Twin Peaks December 7th, 2016 at The Sinclair By: Kara Kokinos and Natalie Luongo L.A.-based shoegaze group Golden Daze kicked off the night with an ambient set; as the band’s name would suggest, the set was a hazy, lo-fi warmup for Twin Peaks’ signature unpolished sound. The band put a psychedelic spin on songs like […]

    Foals @ House of Blues

    Foals Openers: Kiev and Bear Hands November 1st, 2016 at House of Blues Boston By: Kara Kokinos Two openers at the House of Blues can be brutal on an audience, and sadly Foals fell right into that pithole. Both openers could have easily headlined their own small room shows, and their sets felt fully fleshed […]

    Q&A with Fitz & the Tantrums

    James King of Fitz & the Tantrums speaks with us about the band’s new album, playing live, and the pursuit of musical growth. This past Friday, 11/4, WRBB was lucky enough to speak with James King, the saxophone player for Fitz and the Tantrums. The CA band came out with their self-titled album in June of […]

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