interviews.

Q&A with Tennis

Tennis is Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley, a husband and wife songwriting duo from Colorado. Their fourth album, Yours Conditionally, is out now on Mutually Detrimental, featuring a return to writing while living on a small boat. The release shows a new direction for the band, embracing the identity of the modern woman. WRBB had the […]

Q&A with Allah-Las

WRBB caught up with Miles Michaud of Allah-Las to chat about their unique sound, Mediterranean diets, and the zen of Bob Ross videos. Calico Review is out now via Kemado Records and Mexican Summer. Tanvi: What is your creative process like? How does your music all come together? Miles Michaud: Depends; different songs have different approaches. […]

Q&A(gain) with Frankie Cosmos

WRBB caught up with Greta Kline and co. of Frankie Cosmos to talk about the success of their latest release, touring goals, and t-shirt ideas. Next Thing is out now via Bayonet. First of all, you guys did an interview with WRBB a couple months ago…I came to the show and talked to you about it—so thanks […]

Q&A with Lady Lamb

Aly Spaltro, better known under her stage name of Lady Lamb, takes some time to talk to Maddie Harris about her new record, Tender Warriors Club, as well as her Living Room Tour that comes to The Sinclair (Cambridge, MA) on February 10th. Thanks so much for taking the time out of your day to […]

Q&A with Against The Current

After a detour to perform at Northeastern’s Afterhours, Against The Current vocalist Chrissy Costanza met up with WRBB 104.9 FM’s Rachel Lipson during the tour of their brand new album, In Our Bones, for a chat about the band’s current position and fierce femininity in the music world. So you guys were just in the […]

Q&A with Half Waif

In a candid interview, Nandi Rose Plunkett talks to Kara Kokinos about her musical journey as Half Waif, as well as her new EP, form/a, out February 24th via Cascine. Catch Half Waif playing tomorrow, 1/12, at Great Scott in Allston! There’s a notable excitement that prefaces the conversation to follow; Half Waif has just […]

Q&A with Dean Ween

Mickey “Dean Ween” Melchiondo, famous for his work as the guitarist for Ween, was able to chat with us about solo work, his shack, and what music not to play for a Christmas dinner. The Dean Ween Group’s debut album, The Deaner Album, is out now. Don’t miss the band performing live at The Sinclair […]

Q&A with JAHKOY

JAHKOY talks about the Canadian Hip Hop scene, coming to America, and how signing with Def Jam has affected his career. So you grew up in Canada, is that right? Yes, born and raised in Toronto. How did growing up in Canada affect your perception of hip hop? It affected the way I listened, the thing is, I think growing up in Canada we were exposed to the two different textures […]

Q&A with The Japanese House

Amber Bain talks about where she might take photos next, her third favorite flower, and her new EP.  While standing in a puddle of bathroom sink water at Great Scott in Allston, I got the chance to interview Amber Bain, mostly known as The Japanese House right before the start of her first US headlining […]

Q&A with Nick Valensi of CRX

On Tuesday, 11/15, Nick Valensi, famous for being the lead guitarist and backup vocalist for The Strokes, spoke to WRBB about his new side project, CRX. CRX released their first album on October 28th titled, “New Skin”, with Columbia Records. They’ll be performing at Brighton Music Hall in Allston on Sunday, November 20th. Now six […]

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