Best Albums Of 2018

Trying to put together some reasoning behind these rankings has been tough–so rather than delay this another week, I’d prefer to get these out now and get to reasoning further on down the road. So, without any more ado, here are our Top 10 Albums Of 2018. Brandi Carlile — By The Way, I Forgive […]

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Johnny Marr Interview

Five years ago today our show hit the airwaves for the first time. Since then I’ve had on a lot of bands that, with varying degrees of success, have been imitating The Smiths. They’re one of the most beloved, cult-like bands ever and they’re a group worth imitating—the melodrama, the youthful glow, the adoring fans, […]

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Jeff Tweedy (Wilco) Interview

Our 5 year anniversary guests have redefined their respective genres. The first of those guests is none other than Jeff Tweedy.  Tweedy has had a career that anyone would envy—he’s achieved success as solo artist, as a the creative force for two genre defining bands (Wilco, Uncle Tupelo), and now as an author. He’s worked […]

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Thoughts On Five Years

Five years ago Friday I started this show. It was a frigid Saturday around 3:30 when I arrived at The House of Blues on Landsdowne Street. I was beyond ecstatic to be interviewing Frank Turner, my favorite artist at the time, and arguably, my favorite artist now as well. I had all my notes, and […]

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Caroline Rose Interview

Caroline Rose and I talk about playing up dress up. Sure, we talked on the day after Halloween and reminisced about old costumes. We went over how she shot her album cover. And yes, I did ask her about her tendency to only wear Red, monochromatic outfits. But beyond that, we also talked about how […]

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MILCK Interview

Finding your voice and your own power in music is a huge accomplishment. But to allow others to find themselves and realize their power through your music is something that is ten times more special. Connie Lim, who records under the name Milck, was able to to do this when she wrote the song “Quiet”, […]

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POND Interview

I’m not one for Pysch Rock–the meandering instrumentals and abstract lyrics don’t do too much for me. But Pond makes it fun. In fact, Pond makes everything fun. Their set at Boston Calling happened early in the day on Sunday–a gray, rainy and cold day. The crowd wasn’t in an affable mood, but it only […]

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Weakened Friends Interview

  There is nothing better than finding your favorite local band. That’s why I was devastated when The Box Tiger broke up a few years ago. But everything happens for a reason, since from the ashes of that project came Weakened Friends, my new favorite local band. The group preformed at Boston Calling this spring, […]

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Joywave Interview

Joywave is playing in Boston this week, so I unlocked our vault to find my interview with them from the last time they were in town, which was in November of 2017. We spoke about our favorite albums of 2017, making their record Content and how to control incompetent interviewers. Enjoy this time capsule conversation […]

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Low Cut Connie Interview

I told Adam Weiner, of Low Cut Connie that I really enjoyed his early morning set at Newport Folk. He seems appreciative, but it certainly is not the most mind-blowing compliment he’s ever received. His work has been praised by everyone from Elton John to President Obama. There has been a lot that has changed […]

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