Looking to discover your new favorite soundtrack for the summer?
BIRN Global’s got you covered with Marco Mares, a singer-songwriter from Mexico. His music features catchy choruses, expanding the genre of latin pop with elements of reggae. He released his first EP in 2014 entitled “Para Ella”. Since then, his single “Flaquita” which has hit 6.2 million views on YouTube, earned him a spot on Spotify Mexico’s Top 50 Viral as well as Spotify Peru’s Top 50 Viral.
Mares delivers his feel good music in his live performance at the BIRN Global Station.
Playing April 23 – May 13
The BIRN would like you to win tickets to “So, What Do You Want To Know?” An Evening Of Conversation And Open Discussion With the legendary Nick Cave on Tuesday, May 1 at the Boch Center Shubert Theatre.
The show is inspired by Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds’ 2017 world tour and Cave’s evolving releationship with his audiences. The shows became vast communal affairs and it is this relationship that Cave hopes to explore through this series of conversation events. The BIRN has three pairs of tickets to give away and the winners’ names will be given to Nick Cave, so get your questions ready! To enter, please email your name and contact phone information to AskNickCave@thebirn.com by Sunday, April 29 at 11:59 p.m. The winners will be chosen at random. Good luck!
There are $20 student tickets by using the code: STUDENT.
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Tune in to birnCORE this Thursday, April 26th @ 8 PM EST for a live broadcast from The Red Room @ Cafe 939 featuring Lauren Ruth Ward.
At 22 years old, Lauren Ruth Ward had a career in hairstyling that was going quite well. She was ambitious, successful, and doing work she loved, yet something was missing. In 2015 she decided to pack up and move to Los Angeles to start a career in music. After meeting Liv Slingerland, India Pasucci, and Eduardo Rivera, she was able to write and record her debut album, Well, Hell. The album features nine tracks, which Ward calls the band’s “four modes.”
Since releasing her debut, her music has spread like wildfire throughout LA. Her lyrics are secrets to strangers, writing about her life’s trajectory sharing both vulnerability and strength delivered with grit and vibrato. Her band re-creates 60’s rock and roll nuances, allowing Ward to release a powerhouse of raw, visceral emotion in their live show.
The Red Room and the BIRN would like you to meet one of the most exciting new artists in the LA scene! Win tickets to see Lauren Ruth Ward live at the Red Room on Thursday, April 26 at 8 pm.
There are 3 pairs of tickets available and you can win by emailing your name and contact phone number to LaurenRuthWardLive@thebirn.com. One lucky winner will also receive a signed copy of her debut EP.
Winners will be chosen at random. The deadline to enter is Wednesday, 4/25 at 11:59PM.
Contest winners will be chosen at random. The deadline to enter is Wednesday, 4/25 at 11:59PM.
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Listen to the show on birnCORE.
Review by Allie Kersten (Dead Horses) and Curtis Heimburger (Kate Rhudy)
On Thursday, April 12, the Dead Horses played their first ever show in Boston at the Red Room. They seemed to make the new environment intimate and familiar in no time by schmoozing with the audience as though they were long-time friends. This was the ninth show on their My Mother The Moon Album Release Tour.
Most of the songs that Dead Horses played Thursday night were from My Mother The Moon, including all-time favorites like “Turntables”, “American Poor”, and “My Many Days.” The group’s close bond is clearly portrayed in their playing and stage presence. Throughout the show, the exchanges of smiles and laughs are obvious as they play some of their own favorite tunes. It seems as though each of the members had their own special song in the set. Continue reading “Show Review: Dead Horses and Kate Rhudy at the Red Room 4/11”
Tune in to BIRN1 tomorrow, Tuesday, April 17th @6pm EST for a special edition of Birn Alive with indie rock quartet Sure Sure.
BIRN Alive is home to great live performances and insightful conversation every Saturday at 4:00 PM EST.
Listen to the live session and interview HERE.
Leyya – Sauna (Trip-Hop)
Leyya is an Austrian duo comprised of Sophie Lindinger (synthesizer, vocals) & Marco Kleebauer (synthesizer, guitar). This album is definitely one of a kind for me in the sense that I’m not a big fan of electronic music and I love this album. The thing though is that it’s more than the genre suggests. The Instrumentation is extremely well thought out and it sounds rich. The record consists of a nice mix of songs to dance to and songs to relax to. There’s also a very psychedelic element that is almost similar to Tame Impala. One of my favorites this year so far. Continue reading “Curtis’ Prime Slices of The Week (4/10-4/15): Leyya, Dude York”
I’m not going to lie to you loyal readers, this week was a rough week for music over here at the Berklee Internet Radio Network. There weren’t any albums sent in that struck me as deserving of a Prime Slice™ Designation, so I’m going to hit you with a few singles that made me happy.
Denzel Curry – Sumo (Rap)
Continue reading “Ruby’s Prime Slices of the Week (4/9-4/15): Denzel Curry, Courtney Barnett, Potatohead People”
JD McPherson plays the Sinclair Tuesday, April 17th
JD McPherson’s music brings back the vintage rock and roll sound from the 40’s and 50’s. He’s cowritten with Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, featured members of Lucius on his new album, and worked with the Raconteurs guitarist, Jack Lawrence. JD McPherson is pure rock and roll. Tickets are available here. Check out his video for “Lucky Penny” below.
Continue reading “Shows of the Week 4/16: JD McPherson, Sure Sure, Beans on Toast, and more”
On Tuesday, April 17 @ 1 pm tune into birn1 for a preview of the CWP Student Concert! The concert itself will be on Wednesday, April 18 @ 8 PM @ the BPC.
The Contemporary Writing and Production (CWP) Student Concert features some of the department’s best students and their dynamic songs and arrangements in an exciting mix of music.
During this preview, artists (Nono Chen, Pauly German, Carlos Saenz, and Alexis Leroy-Pleshoyano) will be talking about their goals, their writing process, and about the show.
Review by Justin Cameron
Working remotely with a producer whom they’ve never met led to Editors taking a new approach to their sound with Violence. They kept the same dark tone of their previous releases but added more pop elements to them: making some parts of the album brighter than once expected.
Their songs are grand and have huge climaxes, taking notes from acts including Coldplay and U2. They also keep an electro-rock feel and industrial elements reminiscent of Depeche Mode and Nine Inch Nails. Continue reading “Album Review: Editors – Violence”