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Milo Greene at the House of Blues

The House of Blues got a taste of LA Saturday night when self-described cinematic pop band Milo Greene strolled through town. Opening for Bombay Bicycle Club, the five-member band introduced the crowed to a host of new songs from their upcoming sophomore album Control (hitting physical and digital shelves January 27th), as well as old favorites off their self-titled debut album. Behind an alluring cloud of fog, the band members divvied up singing responsibilities, layering a haunting harmony on some of their best tracks, like “Perfectly Aligned” and “What’s The Matter.” As an opener, it’s usually hard for a band to get the audience… click headline to Read More

A Look Inside The Beat of Boston University

Take a look inside of WTBU, in the first installment of our video series. Interviews from the promotions director, Jacqlene Boening, and general manager John-Michael Sedor.

Big K.R.I.T on The College Blueprint

Rapper Big K.R.I.T. sat down with The College Blueprint hosts Joe Weil and Tyler Benson to talk about his new album Cadillactica, his song “Mt. Olympus”, and southern hip-hop. K.R.I.T also talked about playing the cello in his high school orchestra and his first local hit in Mississippi. Thanks to BUTV10 for filming!

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The Intermission Project on Casual Vibes

Jim Rubaduka and Alex Stevens, two-thirds of the UK indie-rock band The Intermission Project, called into Casual Vibes to talk about the progression of the band, upcoming releases, and their fan favorite insta-selfies. The guys talked about their most recent Youtube performance on Burberry Acoustic performing their new tune “Before the After.” Afterwards, things got tense as the Casual Vibes team and The Intermission Project duo faced off in a quirky This or That/Would You Rather game. Follow T.I.P. on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, for updates on upcoming gigs, new releases, and top-notch selfies. Check out the interview here: Check… click headline to Read More

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The Master of Summer Vibes and Hawaiian Shirts: Kygo at the Sinclair

Tickets for Kygo at the Sinclair sold out on the first day. That’s when I realized this concert was something I needed to be part of. 22-year-old Norwegian DJ and music producer, Kygo, has barely been producing for one year now, but has already catapulted himself into the big league of electronic music. This past summer, he performed in festivals such as the infamous Tomorrowland in Belgium and America’s Tomorrowworld in Atlanta, where he filled in for the legendary Avicii. ITunes categorizes his music as dance, but I find the term, tropical-house, used by his fans more appropriate. One of… click headline to Read More