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Pronunciation Guide: Tove Lo and Hozier
Music

Here at RadioBDC, we pride ourselves on breaking new artists. Bastille, Lorde, and Tove Lo were all played here long before they reached a wider audience. Here’s the rub, though: when an artist is brand new and unexposed, it’s sometimes difficult to find information on said artist. Say, for instance, the proper pronunciation of their name. More

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David Krejci
RadioBDC Sports: Bruins start slowly
Sports

The Bruins aren’t scoring goals. In hockey, the team that scores the most goals in a game wins the game. Clearly, there’s an issue here that needs to be addressed. So address it we did, Kevin Paul Dupont and I. More

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Aaron Dobson, Rey Maualuga
RadioBDC Sports: BDC Pro Picks, Week 6
Sports

THE PATRIOTS BEAT THE BENGALS AND NOW THEY’RE GONNA DESTROY THE BILLS! Or something. Check out Steve Silva and Chris Rattey from Boston.com Sports and their Best Bets for NFL Week 6. Then listen to the two join Paul Driscoll and me to break down the picks and the lines and the upsets, presented by Foxwoods. More

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Catfish and the Bottlemen Live in the Lab
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We were lucky enough to have Catfish and the Bottlemen perform Live in the Lab on October 3rd, 2014. The Welsh band performed 3 songs from their debut album “The Balcony” in the RadioBDC Studio B, powered by Shock Top. More

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Hugo Boss Isn’t The First Company To Be Caught “Borrowing” Music
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It’s as if Hugo Boss didn’t even try to mask their plagiarism when they used “a poorly disguised fake” adaptation of The XX’s 2009 hit “Intro” in a recent commercial. The flagrant rip-off caught the attention of the band’s label, Young Turks, who tweeted a justifiably irritated response. Sadly this isn’t the first company to shamelessly rip-off musicians. Despite plagiarism being almost guaranteed to get called out in today’s digital age, Hugo Boss doesn’t stand alone in the spotlight of shame. Below is the commercial in question, along with a few examples of other popular companies who have been caught “borrowing” the work of others. More