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 […]


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 […]

Q&A with Jeff Rosenstock

Jeff Rosenstock speaks of the current state of our country post-election and how all of us can make a difference if we just take a step outside of our house. Do you have a favorite song off the new album? Or one that’s the most fun for you to play? It kind of changes, I feel […]

Q&A with Fitz & the Tantrums

James King of Fitz & the Tantrums speaks with us about the band’s new album, playing live, and the pursuit of musical growth. This past Friday, 11/4, WRBB was lucky enough to speak with James King, the saxophone player for Fitz and the Tantrums. The CA band came out with their self-titled album in June of […]

Q&A with Saba

WRBB Media Team reps Jake Dennis and Kyle Rossini had the chance to talk with Saba this past week to promote Saba’s newest project, Bucket List Project. “I want to have a gallery, an art gallery. I don’t know if it’ll be a wall, or an actual gallery, or if this would be a one time […]

Q&A with The Smith Street Band

  The Smith Street Band frontman Wil Wagner talks about touring, friendships, and why you might want to get off of Facebook for a while. Last week I had the opportunity to sit down with Wil Wagner of The Smith Street Band. The Australian pop-punk band has been touring on and off all over the […]

Q&A with The Mowgli’s

Sophie O’Neill and Haley Albert of WRBB’s Media Team were lucky enough to interview Katie Jayne Earl of The Mowgli’s a couple of weeks ago. Make sure to head to The Sinclair TOMORROW (Oct. 4, 2016) to see them kick some indie butt with Colony House.   So tell me a little bit about how you […]

Q&A with Frankie Cosmos

Greta Kline once said that somebody compared her music to the sound of catchy commercial jingles. Kline, otherwise known as Frankie Cosmos, took this as a compliment and cited her improvement. “Now, I think more about craft. I’ll have like ten of those jingles and I’ll work on compiling them in an intricate way.” Since […]

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