New Album/singles in our digital library and to our auto playlist
9/15 – 9/19:
The Shivas – “Gloria” [Single]
(Sandy) Alex G – House of Sugar
Inna Vision – “Work Harder” [Single]
Flip Rushmore – Big, If True
THNDR – A Print of the Sun
Holy Hannah – Holy Hannah
The Deadbeat Cousins – Get By
Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie – Good Deeds and Dirty Rags
Mallrat – Driving Music
Kero Kero Bonito – “When the Fire Comes” [Single]
Black Marble – “Feels” [Single]
Anna of the North – “Playing Games” [Single]
Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird – “Hot Pink” [Single]
Arsun – “Dead Sixty-Six” [Single]
Luke Temple – Both-And
Young Mister – Sudden Swoon
Burn This Song – “Burn This Song” [Single]
Hana Vu – “Actress” [Single]
Fiona Silver – “Dark Blue” [Single]
Sam Fermin – The Cormorant I
Cones – Pictures of Pictures
James Levy – Somebody
DeVotchKa – “Give Me Something to Believe In” [Single]
Ruby Bones – “Rooftops” [Single]
Patrick Watson – “Dream for Dreaming” [Single]
Wynonna & The Big Noise – “The Child” [Single]
Teleportal – “The Organizer” [Single]
Joseph – Good Luck, Kid
Jeremy Ivey – The Dream and the Dreamer
Burnouts from Outer Space – Apollo
David Huss – Intuition
Touch the Buffalo – Heart Is For
Sampa the Great – The Return
Steve Lacy – Apollo XXI
Salami Rose Joe Louis – Zedanka 2080
Calle Hamre – “Different Tale” [Single]
Geowulf – My Resignation
Danny Brown – “Best Life”
Aaron Weinstien – 3×3
The Lumineers – III
9/22 – 9/26:
Lomboy – “Like Me” [Single]
Jake Clemmons – Eyes on the Horizon
Corbo – Quatro Treses
More Giraffes – Bermuda
Frankiie – Forget Your Head
Allah-Las – “Prazer Em Te Conhecer” [Single]
The Berries – Berryland
Fortunate Losers – Cut Teeth
Molly Sarle – Karaoke Angel
Twen – Awestruck
Soccer Mommy – “Lucy” [Single]
Hiss Golden Messenger – Terms of Surrender
Peach Pyramid – Bright Blue
Lana Del Rey – Norman F***ing Rockwell!
The 1975 – “People” [Single]
GRiZ – ‘Bangers’
Snoh Aalegra – – Ugh, those feelings again
Bootstraps – “Evergreen” [Single]
M83 – Digital Shades Vol. 1
Kraak & Smaak – Pleasure Centre
Moon City Masters – The Adventures of the Moon City Masters EP
Josh Lippi and the Overtimers – “Everybody’s Crazy” [Single]
Charlie Parr – “Jubilee” [Single]
Rhys Lewis – “What If” [Single]
Will Johnson – Wire Mountain
The Good Ones – Rwanda, You Should Be Loved [Advanced Tracks]
Freddie Moises – Life Ain’t Easy
Japanese Wallpaper – “Tongue Tied” [Single]
Yoke Lore – “Dead Ringer” b/w “Everybody Wants to be Loved”
The High Dials – “Employment and Enjoyment” [Single]
Elliot Moss – “Barricade” [Single]
Erthlings – “Returning” [Single]
Amber Run – Philophobia
Les Louanges – Les Louanges Expansion Pack
Devarrow – Devarrow
Brittany Howard – jaime
Actress, singer and songwriter Lola Kirke (Gone Girl, Gemini, Mozart In the Jungle) stops by the BIRN studios for a special mid-week edition of BIRN Alive. Kirke is touring in support of her band new EP, Friends and Foes and Friends Again which was just released on September 13. The show kicks off at 4:00 p.m. this Wednesday, September 25 and you can listen in here.
LIVE from A306 features live weekly performances along with what DJ Dexter Xyal calls, the “greatest music ever to come out of your speakers.” Tune in every Friday night at 8:00 p.m. to listen and send your artist links here if you would like to perform live on the show.
Win tickets to see Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Mohammed‘s The Midnight Hour live at Scullers this Friday, September 27. Send your contest entry to email@example.com with Midnight Hour in the subject line for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see the show. The winner will be chosen at random. Check out the exclusive BIRN interview with the band later this week on thebirn.com.
BIRN1 is up and running with new programming for the fall semester. Check out the new schedule here. birnCORE has amazing live broadcasts each and every week. Tune in tonight as Inverness, CA based vocalist and songwriter Luke Temple and Oakland, CA based pop indie band, Meernaa take the Cafe 939 stage. Temple‘s new album, Both – And is scheduled to be released any day now. Meerna‘s latest, Heart Hunger was released on June 14. The show starts at 8:00 p.m. EDT. Tune in for a full night of soulful indie pop by clicking here.
Tune in to birnCORE on Wednesday, September 18 for a very special live broadcast as GRAMMY® award-winning drummer, producer, educator and activist, Terri Lyne Carrington is joined by guitarist Matthew Stevens and pianist, Aaron Parks for what is sure to be an electrifying live set at the Red Room @ Cafe 939. Carrington‘s new album Waiting Game will be released on November 8 of this year.
On Thursday, September 19 at 8:00 p.m. two exciting young vocalist/songwriters are live from Cafe 939 as Tasha and Christelle Bofale take the Red Room stage. Click here to find out more about the show and to tune in.
Boston’s own Helenor is our special guest performer for week 2 of BIRN Alive fall 2019. The band combines great songs with a sophisticated blend of atmospheres and harmonies. Check out the live set and interview at 4:00 p.m. on Birn1.
Start the fall 2019 semester off the right way by winning tickets to see one of three amazing shows. The BIRN has a pair of tickets for you to see Banners at Brighton Music Hall on September 18, Guerilla Toss at Brighton Music Hall on September 20 or Xavier Rudd at the Paradise Rock Club on September 24. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which show you would like to attend by putting the name the band or artist in the subject line. Also include your contact phone information so we can let you know that you won! There is 1 pair of tickets to win for each show and winners will be chosen at random. Good luck!!
If you missed our first meeting of the semester this past Monday, you still have time to join the BIRN this semester. Join us at 6:30 p.m. in room 112 of the 22 Fenway building on Monday, September 16 to find out everything you need to know about how to join. Membership is open to all Berklee and Boston Conservatory at Berklee students.
The Berklee Internet Radio Network is home to up to 5 amazing live performances every week from some of the best venues in Boston. Local heroes, Club d’Elf return to Cafe 939 for a show on Thursday, September 12 at 8:00 p.m. The band is a fusion of avant garde jazz, jam band, afro pop and dub and features a revolving cast of some of Boston’s premiere musicians. For this show, bassist/composer Mike Rivard and drummer Dean Johnston are joined by special guests David Tronzo, Alain Mallet, and Phil Grenadier—all Berklee faculty—along with DJ Mister Rourke. Stream the entire show here on birnCORE. Buy tickets to see the show here.
London, UK’s Matthew and the Atlas bring their alternative folk sounds to the Red Room on Thursday, September 13. They released their lastest album, Morning Dancer in May of this year. The band has over 800,000 monthly listeners on Spotify alone. Boy Bjorn is the new solo project from Brian Holl, formerly of the duo, Foreign Fields. If you are interested in moody, atmospheric pop music, this may be the band for you. Listen to the entire show beginning at 8:00 p.m.here on birnCORE.
BIRN Alive returns on Saturday, September 14 featuring Provo, Utah based folk pop band, The National Parks. Listen to the exclusive live set and interview with the band at 4:00 p.m. EDT on BIRN 1.
If you would like to be considered for a live set on BIRN Alive, please send your band/artist links to email@example.com.
BIRN membership is open to all current students of Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee at the beginning of each semester. Representatives of student clubs and organizations are welcome to join to promote their club’s mission and activities. You can also take the 1 credit MTEC-200 course, Berklee Internet Radio Network Workshop.
To join, or to get more information, please come to our first meeting of the semester on Monday, September 9 at 6:30 p.m. in room 112 of the 22 Fenway building.
Kate Schutt is a New York City-based singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer. Schutt received education in Harvard’s English department, where she studied the influence of jazz on modern poetry, and at Berklee College of Music, where she studied jazz guitar. Growing up, her biggest influence was the electrifying music of Tina Turner, which inspired her to learn to play the guitar, bass, and drums, and also how to arrange music, produce records, and write film and theater scores.
Kate stopped by the BIRN studios to play a live set on June 22, 2019. Listen to the entire set here:
Watch Kate play “Fight the Good Fight” and “Nothing I Won’t Bear” here:
All Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee students are invited to join the Berklee Internet Radio Network team this summer. Come to our first meeting of the semester on Monday, June 3 at 6:00 p.m. in room 112 of the 22 Fenway building. You can also earn 1 credit towards your degree by taking the MTEC 200 course. For more information about the course, click here. We are looking forward to meeting you. It should be a great semester.