Above The Basement

Above The Basement

 

B O S T O N   M U S I C   A N D   C O N V E R S A T I O N
THE OFFICIAL PODCAST PARTNER OF THE
2017 BOSTON MUSIC AWARDS

 

 

 

 

 




with
C H U C K   C L O U G H     &     R O N N I E   H I R S C H B E R G

Boston music, like its history, is unique

 

A note from Chuck Clough and Ronnie Hirschberg:

The outpouring of support to those affected by the devastating Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma has been inspiring. These storms devastated the mainland and  the Caribbean and help is needed more than ever to support those organizations helping those who have been displaced and are without water and other necessities.
While we and many of our musical guests try to bring attention to and fundraise for worthy local charities, these are events that affect us all.
To that end, Chuck and Ron will donate one dollar for each download up to $1000 to the American Red Cross.
Please spread the word, have a listen - and thank you for your support.

Episode 054 - Moe Pope

A conversation with Moe Pope

A conversation with Moe Pope

recorded September 04, 2017 

Indie hip-hop artist, rapper, songwriter and contemporary painter, this Boston, MA native is a talent. His lyrics reflect his story - touching on community, fatherhood, love and the human condition.

His early career began with Bay Area-based hip-hop band Mission and after returning to Boston with Electric (aka Electric Company).

Later he formed Project Move and release their debut album, Love Gone Wrong/Butterfly Theory, in 2006. 

With Boston producer Rain he released the critically acclaimed Life After God and is currently collaborating with 2016 BMA Producer of the Year The Arcitype with his project STL GLD.


Episode 053 - Blue Man Group (part two)

A conversation with Blue Man Group - Part Two

A conversation with Blue Man Group - Part Two

recorded August 23, 2017 

This is part two of our conversation.  Go to our Episodes page for part one.

Blue Man Group is a dynamic mix of art, music, comedy and technology. Founded in 1991, this pop culture phenomenon has been seen by over 35 million people all over the world.

Inspiring, brilliant and groundbreaking, the Blue Men, while not saying a word, celebrate life through connection, unique absurdity, visual art and of course, music...

We spoke with resident General Manager Jonathan Screnci, Blue Man Mike Brown, and drummers Kyle Harris and Kevin Asmus before a performance at The Charles Playhouse. We talk about rehearsing; auditioning and the evergreen magic that is Blue Man Group.


Coming soon...
Episode 055 - Alastair Moock

A conversation with Alastair Moock

A conversation with Alastair Moock