Prior to a show at Paradise Rock Club, British indie rockers The Wombats performed a Live in the Lab set.
Prior to a show at Paradise Rock Club, British alternative act Morning Parade performed a Live in the Lab set.
Paul Banks, the frontman for New York City indie-rock staple Interpol, played a concert our Morrissey location promoting his solo album due for release next month.
the Seattle five-piece band Minus The Bear played a performance at our Morrissey Boulevard location. Formed out west in 2001, Minus The Bear mixes catchy, punchy guitar riffs with electronic hooks and layers them over sometimes-jagged meters, crafting songs that sound somewhat familiar, but have unique personalities of their own.
The band California Wives came to RadioBDC for a Live in the Lab performance.
The Canadian band Stars stopped by for a Live in the Lab concert.
The British indie rock band Bloc Party recently became the third act in the RadioBDC “Live in the Lab” series.
Bloc Party is fresh off the release of its fourth studio album, aptly titled, “Four.” The album debuted at No. 2 on the UK album chart in mid-August. The English rockers were in town to perform a show at the House of Blues.
RadioBDC held its second act in its Live in the Lab series: The folk-infused, rustic acoustic rock trio known as The Lumineers. The band was in town to play a sold-out show at the House of Blues, and played an intimate set at the Globe Lab.
British alternative rock band Animal Kingdom made RadioBDC history recently, becoming the first live act in our “Live in the Lab” music series. (http://www.boston.com/ae/radio/features/animal_kingdom/)