Straight Outta Bandcamp is a regular feature on BDCwire that digs up solid recent releases from various artists in the wild Internet dreamland known as Bandcamp. A bit too much time spent tag-surfing the bandcamp pages of rockers near and far can yield extremely enjoyable results. Luckily, we're here to share our discoveries with you.More
Das Racist founder and flagship talent Heems is brings a Far East rap to the mainstream with "Swet Shop," a pulsing club EP he put together with British/Pakistani rhymer Riz MC and a crew of hot-stepping producers.
“But what am I going to do when the rage is gone/ and the lights go out in this trailer park,” rapper Eminem wonders on “Guts Over Fear,” released earlier this week. Perhaps lost in the shuffle of high profile releases – did you know Taylor Swift has a new song out?—“Guts Over Fear” is a shockingly conflicted single from an artist increasingly comfortable with generating pop hits like “The Monster.” In fact, while many have dismissed Marshall Mathers for being past his prime (and perhaps rightly so), “Guts Over Fear” demonstrates he’s still capable of genuine pathos at times. More
Wednesday night's stacked bill at The Sinclair featured noisy co-headliners in Cardiff's Joanna Gruesome and Syracuse's Perfect Pussy, with opening sets from semi-locals Potty Mouth and Chicago one-man-band Love of Everything.
New Jersey rockers Titus Andronicus wrapped up a late-summer New England tour with their second sold-out night at the Middle East Upstairs on Tuesday. Like-minded and associated acts Liquor Store and Wicked Kind opened.
One of the most highly anticipated pop albums of the year drops this week, but don't let that pull your attention from some of the lesser known acts with new records as well, including a semi-local eclectic pop troupe, a new indie release from some Canadian vets, and brand new sounds from a band whose title involves instruments snacking on other instruments.
This past weekend RadioBDC ventured back to Thompson Island for our second-annual Island In The Sun, presented by Sapporo and Malibu Rum. Thanks to all who joined us for a day of fun, games, and sets by Parks and local legends, The Lemonheads.
Stoner/doom metal legends Sleep began a U.S. tour last night with a massive 2-hour set at Boston's House of Blues. Heavy-psych collective Earthless were joined by Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis for an opening set.