Several weeks ago, I was offered the opportunity to review the Faith No More show in Boston. Cut to last Monday night at the Orpheum Theater, and there I was, standing next to my best friend, MorganEve Swain (a musician that has listed Faith No More as her "favorite band" for as long as I've known her), completely geeking out while we watched a band that we never thought we'd see
This Thursday, October 23rd, The Columbus Cooperative and The Imaginary Company are bringing Providence an evening of art and music that you won't want to miss. We here at WBRU have always been proud to be part of the Providence music and artistic community
One listen to Catfish And The Bottlemen's debut album "The Balcony", and you will undoubtedly be transported back 10 years to 2004, when garage rock was at the forefront of indie rock success and shaggy-haired-leather-clad frontmen were a dime a dozen. The big glaring difference between Catfish And
John Zox eats an apple. The drummer’s bites echo around the sound-proofed room in downtown Pawtucket. Spencer Swain takes out a violin and gives it a few strokes with his bow. In the space next door, some band practices their cover of the Beatles’ "Daytripper", but when we close the door, the sound fades away
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