Polo G is actually good

I started hearing the chants of “Piano G” outside my window as soon as I conceived of my idea for this article. At that time, they were a faint whisper. Now, as I write these opening sentences, their sound is deafening. The haters have arrived at my doorstep, and my time is limited. Hear me […]

Community Connections #5: February

[Interviews, writing, and photos by Annika Eske, Nasset Derilhomme, and Abby Feck] On Tuesday, February 21st, members of the WRBB Media Team set up a table at Curry Campus Crossroads. This month, we asked passersby to tell us about the first concert they ever went to, and which music artist is still on their concert […]

BC,NR attempt to pick up the pieces with concert film Live at Bush Hall

Black Country, New Road Live at Bush Hall Ninja Tune · February 20 2023 Film Music Despite near-constant critical acclaim for British post-punk outfit Black Country, New Road, the future of the seven-piece band became uncertain just days before the release of their 2022 album Ants From Up There. Many worried that without the domineering […]

WRBB’s Valentine’s Day Top Five

Love is in the air! Today is that special day when everyone is either happily in love or sad that they aren’t. Sometimes a little love song is just what you need, so here are five songs that we think perfectly capture the range of Valentine’s Day emotions (plus five more for good measure). “Call […]

Community Connections #4: January

Interviews, writing, and photos by Annika Eske, Nasset Derilhomme, and Bela Omoeva. On January 24th, WRBB asked people in Curry Student Center which music artists they believe deserve more attention. Some people shouted quick recommendations to us as they passed, but others stopped to chat and explain to us why their chosen music artist needs […]

2001: A Garage Rock Odyssey

2001 was a great year for music. Rock had a particular resurgence that breathed much needed life into the genre. Let’s take a look back to appreciate the people, places, and conditions that made the garage rock revival a reality.  Despite the attempt of grunge to crash their party, the 1990s saw R&B, rap, and […]

WRBB Fall ’22 Wrapped

The media team brings you… WRBB’s Fall ‘22 Wrapped! Free of the embarrassing revelations that may adorn your own Spotify Wrapped, our version takes a look back at some of our favorite articles from this semester. A huge shoutout to all of the writers and photographers that filled our website with such amazing content! Without […]

Community Connections #3: December

On December 5th, WRBB’s Annika Eske set up a table at Campus Crossroads and asked anyone who stopped by to tell us about the most “surprising” music they’ve been listening to lately. As one might expect, we got some unconventional answers – it was news to us that the Philadelphia Eagles released a Christmas album […]

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 […]

Addicted to punk: an overview of L.A.’s hardcore, punk rock scene

Featuring an interview with L.A.-based punk band Dead End Los Angeles is quite an exciting city. Much of America’s popular culture is centered around it in places like Hollywood, and it’s not uncommon to run into some of the biggest stars in the world on the streets. However, nestled into the bar and backyard show […]

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