Chadwick Stokes (does that name sound familiar? You might know him from State Radio or Dispatch, but his solo work is for real.) came by the station last week to play a few songs off his latest album, Horse Comanche(released on February 3rd). He tunes up quietly and comfortably: he grew up listening to WBRU from his
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY 1957: After a show at the Pan Pacific Auditorium in Los Angeles, local police told Elvis Presley that he was not allowed to wiggle his hips onstage, the local press also ran headlines saying Elvis would have to clean up his act. The next night,
I was initially afraid to listen to Everything Will Be Alright in the End (or EWBAITE), fearing that I would be once again disappointed. Fervently praying, “not another Raditude not another Raditude,” I pressed play. I was shocked to feel a mass
This week in history - all you need to know about this week's musical past lives. 1902: The Gibson Mandolin guitar company was formed. Gibson's first electric guitar the ES-150 was produced in 1936, and in 1946 Gibson introduced the P-90 single coil pickup, which was eventually used on the first Les Paul model made in 1952.
Taz and Race hit the road to Boston a few weeks back for this Falls edition of Boston Calling Music Festival! Whether you were luckily enough to win tickets from WBRU or not, check out our behind-the-scenes exclusives below!
First we got the chance to sit down with Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots on their tour bus to talk about their bl
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