We got to know Boston.com’s Perry Eaton three years ago when he was part of the team that launched BDCwire. Since then, he’s been a collaborator and friend. He joined me in studio today to look back at some of his fondest Boston.com memories and to look ahead at what’s down the road for him. More
Boston.com’s Perry Eaton penned this fantastic piece on the 1999 Volkswagen commercial that helped breathe life back into the music of Nick Drake. We chatted a bit about the late Boston band Krill, too. And shared what we’ve been listening to this summer. More
One of our favorite Boston bands surprised us yesterday. More
Photos from this past weekend at the Boston Calling Music Festival. View “Boston Calling Part 1” here.
Photos from this past weekend at the Boston Calling Music Festival.
We don’t just want you to like Krill, we want you to love Krill. We here at RadioBDC could not be more excited to see one of Boston’s own kick off Saturday’s Boston Calling festivities at City Hall Plaza. Check out the playlist below to see which artists and bands we feel have the same vibe and energy as our local heroes. More
Comedian Hannibal Buress may best be known to some as the comedian who ignited the Bill Cosby firestorm, but he’s also a hilarious standup and television star, lending his talent to two of the funniest, most progressive comedies on television, Broad City and The Eric Andre Show.
He appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin last night to discuss two things: first, that he’s been receiving death threats from Bill Cosby supporters, and second, that he managed to become a rockstar overnight. More
When it comes to music festivals, it’s easy to let your tears of joy from the headliners cloud the less familiar names on the bottom half of the poster. More
After months of holding our collective breath, the Boston Calling lineup for this May (hand-picked by Aaron Dessner of The National) has been announced at long last with some major headliners and a few surprises. Beck, Pixies, My Morning Jacket and Ben Harper will anchor the three-day festival that boasts 23 total performers on the bill that ranges from big names to local favorites. More