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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 […]

RAURY + THE O’MY’s EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

In an exclusive WRBB interview, Raury reminds kids to read a book and why “hope is dope” while Chicago’s O’My’s hint at their upcoming project. Both interviews were conducted by Media Team Rep, Kenneth DuMez. RAURY You were in XXL freshmen last year, on the cover, pretty big deal. What was that experience like? Like […]

Q&A with Knox Hamilton

You say you’re influenced by indie pop rock, what got you into that scene and what is it about this genre that was so appealing to you? I think our favorite type of music is like 70’s 80’s pop, it’s kind of what we grew up on, and that was honestly the easiest thing to […]

Q&A with Malachiae

Malachiae Warren is a singer/songwriter from Atlanta Georgia. He initially gained a following through Youtube by posting comedic videos before he was discovered by producer Jasper Cameron. In 2015 Malachiae signed to Motown after his first EP, “The Rideout”. A second version of the EP was released through the label including the hit, “Thank Yo […]

Q&A with Laura Stevenson

Photo by Kenneth Bachor “This next song is about death!” At a Laura Stevenson show, this is not an uncommon thing to hear. Her onstage persona is darkly witty, a little self-deprecating, and above all, entirely sincere. Since the release of her 2010 debut A Record, Laura has built a discography of similarly-minded songs featuring swift guitar playing and painfully […]

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