A$AP Ferg hit some highs and lows at House of Blues

    A$AP Ferg  December 19, 2019 at House of Blues Boston’s House of Blues was the 31st stop on A$AP Ferg’s lengthy Floor Seats Tour in support of his new EP of the same name. I arrived at the venue right as the first act started, so I rushed inside and found a spot in the […]

    Phil Lesh’s Fight

    Help WRBB support the American Cancer Society and Northeastern’s Relay For Life this month. Donate Here Join us in remembering and acknowledging some of our favorite artists that have been affected by cancer. Phil Lesh is not much of a household name. Few people, especially nowadays, might know that the name belongs to the bass […]

    Panda Bear delights his fans at Paradise Rock Club

    Panda Bear with Home Blitz February 4, 2019 @ Paradise Rock Club Panda Bear’s set felt like one seamless mix. I didn’t expect anything less from the legend. Inside Paradise Rock Club, the crowd still couldn’t escape the effects of the snowstorm wreaking havoc outside. The show was supposed to start at 8 pm, but […]

    Q&A with Panda Bear

    WRBB’s Spencer LaChance caught up with Noah Lennox, co-founding member of Animal Collective currently performing under his moniker Panda Bear, about his new album Buoys and his upcoming tour. Panda Bear is coming to Paradise Rock Club on February 12. Get tickets here. Obviously, your new album, Buoys is venturing into new musical territory from your […]

    Meet the NxNU Lineup: Palm

    NxNU, WRBB’s annual Spring Concert, is this Friday, April 13th! Take a minute to get introduced to Palm, and we’ll see you at the show. Palm is Eve Alpert, Kasra Kurt, Gerasimos Livitsanos, and Hugo Stanley. Their music is difficult to categorize, but it sits somewhere between experimental rock, math rock, avant-pop, and art rock. […]

    MGMT @ The Orpheum Theatre

    MGMT featuring Matthew Dear March 16, 2018 @ The Orpheum Theatre By: Spencer LaChance The show started with electronic musician, Matthew Dear, founder of the legendary electronic label, Ghostly International. I’m a big fan of a lot of Ghostly artists, so I was intrigued and excited to see the label founder live, having only listened […]

    John Maus @ The Sinclair

    John Maus featuring Gary War January 12, 2018 @ The Sinclair Review By: Spencer LaChance Photos By: Sarah Sherard There was barely a crowd in The Sinclair when I got there ten minutes before the show was supposed to start. But by the time Gary War took the stage twenty minutes later, a decent amount […]

    Denzel Curry @ Middle East Downstairs

    Denzel Curry featuring Na’kel Smith, Illegal Civilization, and Show Me the Body October 1st, 2017 @ Middle East Downstairs By: Spencer LaChance Despite the 8pm-sharp start time that was advertised, a mysterious character took the stage and started playing Tyler, the Creator’s ‘Trashwang’ about half an hour late. I didn’t recognize him as a member […]

    Delicate Steve @ The Middle East

    Delicate Steve February 4th at The Middle East Upstairs By: Spencer LaChance By the time the first act took the stage at Middle East Upstairs, a decent crowd had amassed. Both openers for the night were local Boston bands–first was Midriffs, a punk/psych rock band. Their music stuck to those genres, as there was not […]

    The Dean Ween Group @ The Sinclair

    The Dean Wean Group January 17th at The Sinclair By: Spencer LaChance Tuesday night at The Sinclair, Mike Dillon opened the show for the renowned and longstanding Dean Ween. Mike Dillon is a singer and percussionist who had an array of exotic drums around him, but his main instrument of the night was an electric […]

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