Q&A: Molly Burch dissects her music, live performances, and life in Austin

Q&A: Molly Burch Molly Burch’s voice is the first thing you’ll notice about her. It has been described as “smoky” and “effortless,” which is fitting for a professionally trained jazz singer. But Burch’s talent goes far beyond her voice. She has a knack for conveying gorgeously written lyrics of love and life, of happiness and […]

Q&A with Talos

WRBB’s Benjamin Silvers caught up with Talos before his show. Read what he had to say! Eoin French, aka Talos, is making a name for himself on an international scale. He and his band traveled to China, back home to Ireland, and here to the States all within a week, ending up at Great Scott […]

Q&A with Tunde Olaniran

WRBB’s Julia Spada caught up with Flint’s very own Tunde Olaniran. Here’s what they had to say. See Tunde perform at Cafe 939 on Monday, May 13! For our listeners who aren’t super familiar with your work could you give us a overview of your music and your sound? Tunde: I’m a performing artist and […]


WRBB’s Craig Short caught up with singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Joseph LeMay, who performs as SONTALK. His music, a blend of delicate dissonance, distorted slide guitar transmissions, sequenced beats, vinyl samples and warm electronics, has culminated in the debut album Stay Wild. Joseph LeMay, the singer and songwriter behind SONTALK, has always loved the art of […]

Q&A with Carol

Get to know 21-year-old indie folk artist behind the enchanting new EP, Softest Destroyer. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ With a sound that’s intimate and haunting all at once, 21-year-old Carolyn Flaherty, known simply as Carol, has quickly established herself as one of the most exciting new artists in the Boston music scene. In 2018, Carol made her official […]

Q&A with Habibi’s Lenaya “Lenny” Lynch

WRBB’s Joey Molloy caught up with Lenaya “Lenny” Lynch of Habibi to talk about Detroit, eclectic influences, lazy music journalism, and Habibi’s imminent comeback. Be sure to check them out at Great Scott on April 16! [Lynch, noticing the area code of my phone number] Are you from Livonia, Michigan? Yes, I’m from right around […]

Q&A with Juice’s Ben Stevens and Christian Rose

WRBB’s Caitlyn Furler caught up with Juice members Ben Stevens and Christian Rose to talk about their college days, return to Boston and the end of their tour. Be sure to check them out at Brighton Music Hall on April 12th! You guys are coming to Boston next week, are you excited to play Brighton, […]

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 Empress Of

WRBB’s Rachel Saywitz chatted with Lorely Rodriguez, known by her moniker Empress Of, ahead of her show at Brighton Music Hall on February 24, 2019. Get tickets here. Your headlining tour is starting in just a few days. How are you feeling about it? I’m really excited and really nervous. I haven’t been on tour […]

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 […]

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