interviews.

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 […]

Q&A with The End of the Ocean

WRBB’s Paige Stern chatted with Kevin Shannon, Trish Chisholm, and Tara Mayer of The End of the Ocean about their new album -aire, their love of Paprika Pringles, and tour so far. Get tickets for their show today, January 25th. How and when did the band originally come together? Kevin Shannon: The band formed almost a […]

Q&A with joan

WRBB’s Juliette Paige chatted with Alan Thomas and Steven Rutherford of joan before they hit the road with half•alive on tour. Get tickets! Congrats on releasing your first EP, portra, last year and for this upcoming tour with half•alive! I came across your music a few months ago and I remember thinking “wow, these guys […]

Q&A with Hop Along

WRBB’s Kailey Williams caught up with Mark Quinlan of Hop Along ahead of their show at Paradise Rock Club tomorrow, December 29. Get tickets! Do you have a band, song, or album that’s been a fixture of your music listening this year? The Kurt Vile record Bottle It In. I’ve been playing that on repeat this […]

Addressing Sexism in the Jazz Industry: A talk with Amanda Ekery

WRBB’s Juliana Van Amsterdam sits down with composer and jazz vocalist Amanda Ekery. I spoke with Amanda Ekery, a talented composer and jazz vocalist, one early morning to discuss her latest album release and her thoughts on sexism in the jazz industry. Ekery was gearing up to celebrate the November 3rd release of Keys with […]

Q&A with Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams, AS ’86, started her successful broadcast career on the airwaves of WRBB 104.9 FM. From newsreader to a host of one of WRBB’s most historically successful programs, “Soul’s Place,” Wendy made the most of her time at Northeastern by being a part of the WRBB community. WRBB’s Dan Lim, Board Member for History […]

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 […]

Q&A with Anna Moon

Anna Moon has two sides — a Frank Sinatra-obsessed jazz one and a modern pop star one. The 24-year-old up-and-coming pop star is set to release her debut album soon. She has released three songs off the album so far, all playing with conventions of different genres. “I’m a Gemini, so I definitely have my […]

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. […]

Q&A with Sure Sure

WRBB’s Juliette Paige caught up with Sure Sure on the phone while they ate avocado toast. You know, LA things. Sure Sure will be at Brighton Music Hall with Wilderado on October 23rd. Congrats on your debut LP release earlier in the year, as well as another single that came out last month! You all […]

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