Catch Panama Wedding at Great Scott on Monday, November 30. You can enter to win tickets to the show here. And don’t forget to go back and check out their fantastic RadioBDC Session from earlier this year.
Was the autumn of 2003 emo’s last gasp? And was that last, bittersweet exhale Death Cab For Cutie’s breakthrough “Transatlanticism?” Probably. More
Game Six of the 2013 ALCS. The Sox are down 2-1 in the bottom of the 7th. The struggling Shane Victorino steps to the plate with the bases loaded. And then this happens. More
Of course, when you make a statement like “saying you love beer while drinking a Shipyard Pumpkinhead is like saying you’re a diehard Red Sox supporter when wearing a pink hat,” you have some explaining to do. More
Listen to Grrl Power with Steph Mangan every Wednesday and Sunday night at 9pm, only on RadioBDC. More
RadioBDC welcomed the Dublin-based Irish alternative rock quartet Kodaline into the Globe Media Lab for a stripped down Live in the Lab performance earlier this week. The band played a four-song set prior to a show at Great Scott in Allston. Keep an eye on the RadioBDC calendar for more Live in the Lab performances and for ways to win your way in. The song above is “High Hopes” off their latest album, “In A Perfect World.” Below you can find the other songs performed exclusively for the Live in the Lab audience.
The Music Video Roundup brings you a handful of the most memorable videos to hit the web. Included this week are new videos from The Dismemberment Plan, Kevin Devine, Poliça, and Kodaline.
Here in 2013, aka The Future, it’s easy to dismiss Pearl Jam as a relic of The Past. “Oh, isn’t that quaint? They’re the last-great-band-standing from the Grunge Era.” (Sorry, Soundgarden. You truly were away too long. And while you were sleeping, Pearl Jam cuffed your drummer. So now you can’t tour or cut records while they’re on the road.)
It’s true. The Seattle rockers had their heyday almost 20 years ago. And their lineup of two guitars, bass, drums & vox does have that rock n’ roll throwback feel. Hell, they’re even getting airplay on Boston’s classic rock station. That’s what happens when your band is old enough to drink.
Little did we know, but Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was mic’d up by NFL films for last week’s heroic, last-second win over the Saints. We have the full audio right here.
Adam 12 and Boston.com’s Zuri Berry used that audio as a jumping-off point in looking ahead at this week’s matchup against the division rival New York Jets.
We talk Patriots every Thursday at 2 on RadioBDC. Stream it here.