We returned to RadioBDC Studio B on Tuesday, May 6 for a stripped-down performance by Bombay Bicycle Club, presented by Shock Top. The band performed "Feel," "Luna," and "Shuffle" before stopping to chat with Julie Kramer.
On Thursday, April 17 we debuted our brand new Live in the Lab space, presented by Shock Top: RadioBDC Studio B. In doing so, we welcomed one of the biggest names we've had to perform to date: The Hold Steady. Enjoy three songs from their new album "Teeth Dreams," plus my all-time favorite Hold Steady song (next to "Citrus").
Dylan Baldi of Cloud Nothings dropped by for a short set after his band’s sold-out show at Brighton Music Hall last week. Watch Dylan rip through three songs from the new Cloud Nothings album “Here and Nowhere Else” and then chat with Julie Kramer. Shout-out to Adam 12 for loaning Dylan his guitar. You could’ve cut the tension in the air with a knife. Canadian singer-songwriter Sam Roberts was set to take the stage at the Globe Media Lab while his beloved Team Canada was battling Latvia in Sochi to cement their spot in the medal round for Men’s Hockey. Thanks to some generous fans providing score updates... Read more » L.A. duo HOLYCHILD stopped in before opening a sold-out bill at Great Scott in Allston. Watch their three-song set and a short interview that turns into a mini-fashion show. We hosted three Icelandic artists live in studio on Thursday, March 13. Watch Hermigervil, Sin Fang, and Retro Stefson perform as part of Iceland Naturally’s ‘Taste of Iceland.” The quartet turned in a solid set in the Boston Globe Media Lab on Wednesday, March 5. After you watch, see more Live in the Lab performances over here. Chris and Arun from Saves The Day took to the Globe Media Lab stage after performances by their tourmates Jon Simmons and Walter Schreifels. Listen to their three-song set and peep some pics. We’ll have video of the entire Live in the Lab session soon. The Boston punk group played a special holiday set in our latest Live in the Lab on Dec. 12.
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