FIRST LISTEN: Tame Impala’s ‘The Slow Rush’ was worth the wait

    Tame Impala The Slow Rush Universal / Interscope · February 14, 2020 Tame Impala’s highly anticipated album, The Slow Rush, is finally here – and it is a love letter to frontman and mastermind Kevin Parker’s past, present, and future. It’s been half a decade since Kevin Parker’s last critically acclaimed release Currents hit the […]

    Meet the NxNU Lineup: Michael Christmas

    NxNU, WRBB’s annual Spring concert, is this Friday, April 12! Take a minute to get introduced to Michael Christmas, and we’ll see you at the show. And on the twelfth day of April, we received Michael Christmas – a Roxbury native putting Boston’s hip-hop scene on the map. After the drop of his debut mixtape […]

    James Blake assumes form at the House of Blues

    James Blake February 20, 2019 at House of Blues The audience silently held their breath, not daring to disrupt the hypnotic lullaby that lured us closer–until suddenly, all at once, that silence crowned into a righteous roar. Somewhere under the soft pink glow and striking strobes that illuminated the stage at House of Blues, an […]

    Q&A with Naked Giants

    WRBB’s Paige Ardill caught up with Gianni Aiello, Henry LaVallee, and Grant Mullen of Naked Giants to talk about inspiration, interdisciplinary creativity, and their tour with Car Seat Headrest. Though Henry and Grant were childhood friends, I understand that the three of you met at Battle Of The Bands. How did that connection prompt the […]

    Q&A with El Ten Eleven

    WRBB’s Paige Ardill caught up with Kristian Dunn of the Los Angeles-based band El Ten Eleven to talk about storytelling, experimentation, and their new album Banker’s Hill. Get tickets to their show at the Sinclair on February 9, 2019! What does music mean to you? Music is something that stirs the soul, if there is […]

    Nirvana’s ‘In Utero’ turns 25

    Nirvana In Utero DGC · September 1993 On September 21st, 1993, In Utero, Nirvana’s third and final studio album rocked the world and changed the name of grunge forever. Unapologetic in its creation, both the process and the product rebelled against the corporate environment the band had fallen privy to after their initial commercial success. Despite immense […]

    Kero Kero Bonito bring wholesome fun to Brighton Music Hall

    Kero Kero Bonito October 16, 2018 at Brighton Music Hall The night began in a colorful darkness; with a winding line out the door, Brighton Music Hall filled to the brim with head-to-toe Harajuku and sequin jackets that reflected off the disco ball hanging above. As the lights dimmed, one by one Kero Kero Bonito […]

    Q&A with Love, Abbey

    WRBB’s Paige Ardill caught up with Miami band Love, Abbey at Hojoko to discuss musical maturity and their upcoming EP North. How old were you when you first discovered your love for music? Abbey: I only remember from my parents telling me, but when I was three years old I started doing voices for children’s […]

    The Frights give fans the perfect Friday night at the Royale

    The Frights featuring HUNNY and Hot Flash Heat Wave October 5, 2018 at the Royale The Frights somehow turned the Royale into one of the best basement shows I have seen thus far… With a thrash of drums and a wail of electric guitar, The Frights, a San Diego native band fueled by surf rock […]

    Q&A with Future Generations

    WRBB’s Paige Ardill caught up with Eddie Gore of Future Generations to discuss friendship, growth, and their new album Landscape. Future Generations will be playing the Middle East on October 24th. Your website states that Future Generations is a “by-product of over 7 years of creating and performing music,” both as friends and as colleagues. […]

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