I had the pleasure of interviewing TDS founder Louis Benjamin (‘79) and discussed his experience starting one of the first Black radio departments not only at WHRB but in the greater Boston area. The purpose of this interview is to uncover the historical origins of our department and to highlight and appreciate its significance in the story of Black music. Read More >
After emerging from Gary, Indiana a decade ago, Freddie Gibbs has slowly built himself a dedicated fan base and an acclaimed discography. His most recent album, Bandana - the second of a planned three part collaboration with the legendary producer Madlib - dropped to critical and popular acclaim, and he brought his Album of the Year tour to Big Night Live in Boston riding that energy. Read More >
Blimes and Gab (B.A.G) talk to WHRB about creativity, working together and how they met before their concert at Brighton Music Hall on their Auntie Up East Coast tour.
There’s no better cure for a rainy November Sunday than a BROCKHAMPTON show. This past weekend, Kevin Abstract’s boy band brought their electric energy to a packed Agganis Arena.
“Has anyone here gotten their heart broken?” Tahliah Debrett Barnett -- better known as FKA twigs -- asks her audience at House of Blues on November 19.
Chaz Bear of Toro y Moi has had a sensational year. To begin with, he released Outer Peace, a groovy, shapeshifting record that was met with huge enthusiasm from critics and fans alike.