Community Connections #2: November

    On November 3rd, WRBB’s Ben Hussey and Annika Eske asked passersby in the Curry Student Center, “If you could have a conversation with one artist, who would it be?” People would often need a good minute before answering the question. It’s a tough one. Nonetheless, we heard some great answers, from Céline Dion to Yves […]

    WRBB’s Top Five Spooky Tracks

    Check out these spooky season selections from WRBB’s Media Team – some old, some new, some classic, and some out-of-the-box.  “Kerosene!” by Yves Tumor After a suspenseful opening, this track explodes into a wall of sound filled with wailing guitar and high-energy vocals. The music video features a car crash and a flaming golf ball, […]

    Community Connections #1: October

    Community Connections is a brand-new column, dedicated to thoughts and stories related to music. On Tuesday, Oct. 4, WRBB’s Annika Eske tabled in the library quad and heard from Huskies on childhood memories, first Halloweens, the controversial idea of a Halloween genre (?!), and more. Coffee cup in hand, Nupur was the first person to […]

    The Orielles makes space monotonous and unexciting on ‘Disco Volador’

    The Orielles Disco Volador Heavenly. · February 28, 2020 The album, Disco Volador by British group The Orielles is a galactic album that sends its listeners into space with no way of returning home. Its strengths lie in the two songs, “Space Samba” and “Bobbi’s Second World;” both released as singles before the album. According […]

    WRBB’s Top Ten Albums of 2019

    Was 2019 a good year? That question is harder to answer than it seems. Some amazing music came out (see below), some great movies, and even some great TV shows. But history shows that when the world’s creative output is high (and more importantly, good), the world itself is in a sad state of affairs. […]

    WRBB Presents: The Halloween Playlist

    Happy Halloween! Love, the media team <3 WRBB’s lovely curation team has cooked up their first themed playlist of the year! Enjoy some fun auditory tricks and treats to conjure the spookier side of things. Leave a comment with your favorite pick! Crafted by Devon Regan.  Who said Halloween ends at midnight? Let’s keep […]

    Pitchfork Music Festival Day 3: The cherry on top

    Pitchfork Music Festival Day 3 Hello from Chicago’s Union Park! You know the drill. Andrew Goldberg, Catu Berretta and Chris Triunfo will be reporting from Pitchfork Music Festival throughout the weekend. Be sure to check out WRBB’s socials for more content as well! The festival is now over and we don’t know how to feel. […]

    Pitchfork Music Festival Day 2: A little ***rain*** won’t stop the fun!

    Pitchfork Music Festival Day 2 Hello from Chicago’s Union Park! You know the drill. Andrew Goldberg, Catu Berretta and Chris Triunfo will be reporting from Pitchfork Music Festival throughout the weekend. Be sure to check out WRBB’s socials for more content as well! Day 2 was an absolute treat. Here are our thoughts: Chris: Yesterday, it […]

    Pitchfork Music Festival Day 1: A little heat won’t stop the fun!

    Pitchfork Music Festival Day 1 Hello from Chicago’s Union Park! You know the drill. Andrew Goldberg, Catu Berretta and Chris Triunfo will be reporting from Pitchfork Music Festival throughout the weekend. Be sure to check out WRBB’s socials for more content as well! Day 1 was a great start. Here are our thoughts: Chris: There’s no […]

    Injury Reserve are back and better than ever

    Injury Reserve Injury Reserve Senaca Village · May 17, 2019 Injury Reserve have built hype for years leading up to the release of this debut, self-titled record. Previously they released two acclaimed mixtapes, Live From the Dentist Office (2015) and Floss (2016), as well as the EP Drive it Like its Stolen (2017). The trio […]

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