The New York indie-poppers just released their sophomore effort ‘Static’ and stopped by the RadioBDC Morrissey Boulevard studio after a sold-out show at the Sinclair. The band played an intimate three-song set for the crowd. Follow our calendar for more great acts coming to Lab, and win your way into a front row seat. The Cults perform "High Road" above.
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 Vaccines stopped by our Morrissey Boulevards studios for a great four-song set in early October. Above is the song, "Everybody's Gonna Let You Down." Check out the rest of the live show below.
Chvrches are a Scottish synthpop band from Glasgow. Formed in 2011, Chvrches came fifth on the BBC’s Sound of 2013 list of the most promising new music talent. They stopped by RadioBDC for a Live in the Lab performance, featuring the song “The Mother We Share.” British singer/songwriter Frank Turner visited RadioBDC for a Live in the Lab performance in late July. Here is the song “Recovery” off his latest album. More inside, including a sick mandolin solo. The electronic indie rockers played a four-song set at RadioBDC’s Morrissey Boulevard headquarters. You’ve heard “Gold Chain” in rotation on RadioBDC. More inside. Front man Alex Brown Church brought his band Sea Wolf to the Boston Globe for an exclusive Live in the Lab performance on June 7, 2013. Portugal. The Man is a rock band out of Wasilla, Alaska, and recently played a Live in the Lab session at RadioBDC headquarters. Here the band performed “Purple Yellow Red & Blue” off their latest album, Evil Friends, on May 24, 2013. The indie-pop band is based in Los Angeles California, and played a three-song set at the Lab including their debut single “We Come Running.” Black Rebel Motorcycle Club grew out of a Bay Area high school friendship between Robert Levon Been and Peter Hayes. Hayes had just left the seminal California band The Brian Jonestown Massacre; fans of that band (like our own Adam 12) note some sonic similarities between BJM & early BRMC.
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