MusicBoxPete Podcast

MusicBoxPete Podcast

The official podcast of MusicBoxPete! Connect directly with the Boston music scene with exclusive interviews featuring local artists and bands from outside the region as well. Learn about how these acts got started, their creative process, new music they have out, and what they like to do for fun away from the studio.

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July 26, 2021 29 min

On today's brand new episode, we welcome back Leeds, UK's own Wolforna making a record breaking 3rd appearance on the cast! We touch base with Jack and the lovely lads to get up to speed on everything happening across the pond, how the COVID restrictions are slowly starting to loosen up and them looking forward to playing shows again, their experiences attending the legendary Leeds festival and how much that inspired them a...

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On today's brand new episode, we spend some with Indianapolis based pop-rock duo Winona Avenue. Brothers Daniel and David Deputy take some time out to talk about their early musical beginnings, how their early interest in music manifested itself, along with some time spent bonding over our love of pop-punk music especially The Starting Line and Yellowcard, how they learned to have a unique way of communicating with each other o...

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On today's brand new episode, we get acquainted with Maryland based pop/R&B artist Wade Elliott. He comes on to talk about the genesis of his unique sound, his time growing up in MD and how his early exposure in music caught him by surprise and influenced him for what he would accomplish later on in life. He also talks about his determination to make music his primary career, and not just a hobby he likes to dabble in every...

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June 28, 2021 18 min

On today's all new cast, we explore the art-pop sounds of Allston's own Acediac. Miles Ragan from Orson and The Rosebuds sits down to talk about the creation of the project, how they formed, how she came to realize the potential of the project from the outset, how Miles was influenced by music at a young age and the impact it left later in life, the creative process behind Acediac and how the songs are composed, constructed...
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On today's spanking new edition of the cast, we chat with NYC based jazz fusion outfit Flowering Branches. Three-fourths of the band Peter, John, and Alex take some time out to chat about the group's formation, their different individual musical influences and how it morphs and coalesces into something special, their creative process and what their musical blueprint is like when they write, practice, and rehearse together i...
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June 14, 2021 26 min

On today's all new edition of the cast, we spend some time with Justin Shapiro of Portland, ME's own Batons. The former drummer of Aloud and various other bands talks about his time in Boston and how his musical styles and tastes have evolved over the years. He also takes us behind Batons and how it's different from other acts he's played with. He lets us in on the creative process behind the group and how they norm...
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On today's all new cast, we welcome the fine fellas of Minnesota's own Distant Edge. Nolan, Nate, Sam, Jahmal, and Aaron talk about their upbringing in the Twin Cities area and how the band formed, their individual musical influences and how they all coalesce and seep its way into the sound of the band, their creative process and how their songs usually come to fruition, the recording process behind their debut LP "Redl...
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May 24, 2021 21 min

On today's brand new episode, we spend some time with South Shore based Darcy Milligan of Carseat. Darcy talks about his musical upbringing growing up, and how it influenced him for his later musical endeavors. He also talks about his other band Toast, and how being in that band helps influence his solo project. He also talks about his creative process of Carseat, and how it differs with that of his other band. He talks about t...
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May 17, 2021 27 min

On today's new episode, we spend some time with Springfield, MA based pop/R&B up and comer Savohna Reid. Savohna lets us in on her early musical beginnings, how she was able to recognize her musical gift from a young age and learn how to use it effectively, her primary musical influences and how they've continued to shape her to this day, her creative process and how she normally comes up with ideas for songs spontaneou...
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On today's edition of the cast, we're graced with the presence of Connor Robertson from the Grand Rapids, MI based indie pop outfit Leland Blue. Connor lets us in on the beginnings of the trio, Connor's experience growing up with his brother Ben and cousin Satchel and how their love of music evolved and juxtaposed into what it is now, he also lets us in on his individual musical influences that seep its way into the sou...
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On today's brand new episode, we spend some time with Vancouver, BC's own Colour Tongues. Dan, Graeme, James, and Dave take some time out to chat about the group's humble beginnings in Northwest Canada, how the guys all met each other, the guys individual musical influences and how they shape the sound of the band, the group's creative process and how their music typically comes to fruition, the recording process be...
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On today's brand new episode, we get up close and personal with Grand Rapids, MI's own Anonymous Phone Call. Chase, Jack, Ben, and Matt take some time out to chat about how they've been coping during the pandemic and how music has kept them occupied and sane during this time, the formation of the group and how they all met, the differences between this band and Pretoria in which Matt and Ben are also members and were fe...
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April 19, 2021 30 min

On today's all new cast, we jet across the pond once again and spend some time with Manchester, UK's own Delights. Adam, Ben, Ben, and Leo take some time to chat about how their beach laden, indie rock sound came to be, their beginnings in Manchester and how they set out to make their presence known amongst the plethora of bands in the scene there, their creative process and how their sound is an amalgamation of all their u...
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On today's spanking new edition of the cast, we welcome the immensely charming and delightful lads of Manchester, UK's own Dolphin Centre. Tom, Cam, Ethan, and Herbie sit down and chat about the group's humble beginnings in England, how the fellas all got acquainted, the members' different musical influences and how they all coalesce into one when performing, their creative process and how ideas suddenly pop up and ...
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April 5, 2021 24 min

On today's all new podcast, we welcome Boston based indie/alt-rock quintet Saturniids. Adam, Mary Lee, Marc, Mike, and Corey take some time out of their busy schedules to talk about how they've been coping during the pandemic and share their views on the ever changing Boston music scene which is constantly in a state of flux, their humble musical beginnings and how their love of their musical influences helped shape them to...
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On today's all new cast, we welcome Wakefield, MA based singer-songwriter Natalie Joly. Natalie sits down to talk about her early interest in music, how she got exposed to it, what artists had a profound impact on her growing up, how she's been coping to navigate as a musician during the pandemic, her creative process and how she typically comes up with lyricism for the songs, the recording process behind her latest single ...
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On today's edition of the cast, I catch up with Jake Cassman of Drunken Logic. Formerly based in Boston but now residing in LA, Jake talks about his inevitable move out to the West Coast and how he quickly learned to adapt upon arrival, and later adjust to the ever evolving pandemic. We also discussed the ever changing Boston music scene and where we see it moving forward along with the similarities and differences to the Cali ...
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On today's all new episode, we welcome from our neighbors to the north in Montreal, Canada Skeleton Club. Andrew, Chris, and Morgan come on to talk about their humble musical origins, how they all united, their different musical influences and how they shape the sound of the band, their creative process and they usually conjure up songs, the recording process behind their latest effort "Only Humans" and how it differs f...
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March 8, 2021 18 min

On today's all new episode of the cast, we spend some time with 17 year old singer-songwriter Chris Milo. Based out of NYC, Chris talks about his experiences growing up in the Big Apple, how influential his parents were in fostering an interest in music, what musicians inspired him growing up and how they seep into his music, his creative process and how he usually comes up with songs, the recording process behind his latest si...
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On today's brand new cast, we have a return appearance from Boston's own Orson & The Rosebuds. Christian, Tessa, and the band come back on to talk about how they've been adapting and coping as a band during the pandemic, looking back on their prior single "Immortal" and what their impressions are on the song now and how much it's resonated with them since. They also chat about their time at Northeastern ...
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