Bishop Briggs releases full-length ‘Church of Scars’

Bishop Briggs Church of Scars Teleport Records / Island Records · April 20, 2018 Rising indie pop artist Sarah Grace McLaughlin, better known as Bishop Briggs, released her debut album Church of Scars after three years in the making, but you wouldn’t think that from the sound of it. In 2016, when she released ‘River,’ rightfully one […]

Perfect Weather for The Decemberists | Boston Calling 2018

Ops Director Maddie Harris shares some thoughts from day 3 of Boston Calling 2018 The crowd on the third day was a mix of people: those who were prepared vs. those who had to wrap themselves in plastic to avoid the rain. I was the latter. While some chose to just bust arm and head […]

Everything Was Beautiful, and Everything Hurt | Boston Calling 2018

Lead Editor Rob Steiner recaps the final day of Boston Calling 2018 Considering that Boston Calling is still a pretty young festival, one of the currently ongoing goals is finding an identity distinct enough to compete in the inflating number of festivals every year. While the lineup, space, and activities helps with that, it might […]

Lord Huron releases full-length ‘Vide Noir’

Lord Huron Vide Noir Republic Records · April 20, 2018 Lord Huron eases into the world of music label producing with their third album Vide Noir. “Vide Noir” is French for Black Void, which says a lot of an album that chooses to discuss hard-hitting and stimulating universal and cosmic themes. Lord Huron combines clean […]

Rock’s Not Dead, Just Older and Weirder | Boston Calling 2018

Lead Editor Rob Steiner recaps day 2 of Boston Calling 2018 Alright, look: I realize that in order to properly review and recap a festival, one has to actually walk around and do stuff at said festival that day. Go to the different stages, try the food, explore all the fun odds and ends of […]

Is BROCKHAMPTON Not Just Another Boyband? | Boston Calling 2018

Ops Director Maddie Harris shares some thoughts from day 2 of Boston Calling 2018 I could already tell it was going to be a long day as the muggy air loomed over us and the only exciting musical prospect for me was St. Vincent (whose set was hours away). As I reluctantly slathered on the […]

Where Are the Dogs? | Boston Calling 2018

Ops Director Maddie Harris shares some thoughts from day 1 of Boston Calling 2018 The day started out with the sounds of Charly Bliss echoing from the will call line as we rushed to get to Big Thief before enough people over the height of 5’9” got in the way of my 5’4” perspective point. […]

Ty Segall & The Freedom Band @ Brooklyn Steel

Ty Segall & The Freedom Band April 13, 2018 @ Brooklyn Steel By: Ingrid Angulo Garage rock is great. The genre’s easy-going with a bite, simultaneously lazy and intense. Ty Segall exemplifies this perfectly with his low-maintenance look and music that can turn into fast-paced in-your-face punk at any moment. At the age of 30, […]

Q&A with Matt and Kim (+ Photos)

WRBB’s Juliette Paige got a chance to chat with Matt from Matt and Kim to discuss the exploration of a new sound on their latest album, Almost Everyday. Juliette: Congratulations on the soon-to-be released album, Almost Everyday, and for hitting the road again! What’s it like being on tour again? Matt: It is so good. […]

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