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RadioBDC Island In The Sun 2014
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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.
L.A. act Trapdoor Social played a trio of songs in RadioBDC Studio B–powered by Shock Top–on August 18, 2014. Chad Finn from Boston.com wrote a bit on Rusney Castillo, the Cuban star who was signed by the Red Sox just last week. So we talked a bit about Rusney this week. And about how, as bad as the 2014 Red Sox are, they’re still not as bad as the 2012 squad. Listen. Listen to Grrl Power every Wednesday and Sunday night at 9pm, only on RadioBDC. To view the full playlist from the previous Grrl Power, click here. We learned earlier this week that the NFL has a short-list of acts they’d like to perform at this year’s Super Bowl…for a (not-so-small) fee. I was curious to get Zuri Berry‘s take on that, and on the recent trend of what I categorize as arrogant behavior from the National Football League. Great topics, great... Read more » Earlier this week, we mused over what Boston-based act Arcade Fire would cover when they came to town, as they’re paying tribute to local acts in every city they visit. They picked Pixies, and we took a bunch of pics. Take a look. Big Data’s ‘Dangerous’ is quickly becoming one of this year’s most popular song. While the band may have an objection to anonymous monitoring and recording, they have no problem with utilizing a few GoPro’s during their live sets. The video above showcase’s Big Data’s hit song in the most unrestricted way, with cameras attached to... Read more » If you’ve been paying attention to Arcade Fire’s recent North American tour, you might have noticed a pattern: the band is incorporating covers into their sets (as bands tend to do), but with a local twist. For instance, their “soundclash” in L.A. earlier this summer featured the Beverly Hills Cop theme and the opening riff... Read more »