Chris Paterno

Chris Paterno on BUITM

Boston based singer-songwriter, Chris Paterno, joined DJ John-Michael Sedor on BU In The Morning to talk about the release of his EP – Everyday Shadows. Chris also played two songs, “Lover When You Gonna Come” & “Your Love” live in-studio, which can be seen below. Everyday Shadows can be found on Chris Paterno’s Soundcloud and make sure to like him on Facebook Chris Paterno is also on Twitter @CPaternoMusic and Instagram @ChrisPaternoMusic Interview: “Lover When You Gonna Come” “Your Love”  


CRUISR on Casual Vibes

Philly based indie-pop band, CRUISR joined Casual Vibes and talked about their current tour and their EP “All Over.” They also talked about their upcoming show at the House of Blues in Boston. Make sure to check them out on their website, on Facebook and on Twitter. Interview: In-Studio Performance:

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Trentemøller on Red Velvet Techno

Trentemøller is a Grammy-nominated Danish electronic DJ and producer who is currently touring his new EP – Deceive in the US. He stopped by Red Velvet Techno to discuss his tour, his music, and how his music differs from other DJs out now. He also was a guest DJ on the show and played some unreleased music including Come Undone and Deceive. Check him out on his website and his facebook Interview:


We Were Astronauts on WTBU News

Boston based indie-alternative band We Were Astronauts joined WTBU News to talk about their two albums, along with a live performance in our new studio space. Make sure to check them out on their website and follow them on Twitter + Facebook Interview: In-studio:


Bliss and Alice on BU In The Morning

Milwaukee hip-hop artist, Bliss and Alice, joined BU In The Morning to talk about his mixtape and his recent nomination for independent release of the year by Radio Milwaukee. He also talked about maybe coming up to Boston along with his upcoming projects. Make sure to check out his soundcloud to hear his mixtape “Poetry Volume One – The Shit Talker Tape.” Also find Bliss and Alice on Facebook and Twitter Interview:


Rula Bula on BU In The Morning

Tim Wadman and Johnny Gwynn of Rula Bula, a Cape Cod based band, joined BU In The Morning to talk about their EP Townies and their new song Midnight Oil. They also told performance horror stories in honor of it being Halloween. Rula Bula is releasing two new songs, where half the proceeds will go to Hope for Home Quest, which is a charity for Johnny’s fraternity brother who was diagnosed with brain cancer. For more information go to their Facebook page Make sure to check them out on bandcamp as well! Interview: In-Studio:


Mundo’s Crazy Circus on BU In The Morning

Mundo’s Crazy Circus, a Boston-based rock band, joined BU In The Morning to talk about their new album and performing in festivals. They also talked about visiting Woodstock and their upcoming show at Davis Square Theater on November 1st. Along with an interview, Mundo’s Crazy Circus performed live in-studio. Make sure to check them out on their website at and on their Facebook Interview: In-Studio:  


Dan Masterson on WTBU News

Dan Masterson, a Boston-based singer/songwriter, joined Christie Leist of WTBU News to talk about his experience at the Last Band Standing. Dan Masterson also played live in the studio. Make sure to check Dan out on his website and on his Facebook Interview: In-Studio:


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

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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!