Back in 2013, America was graced with the first ever Boston Calling Music Festival. It was originally a two-day affair, which took place twice a year (during the Spring and Autumn) within the quaint City Hall Plaza. Now, it’s a mammoth three-day weekend which takes place on Havard’s grounds (yes, that Harvard). This year’s line-up reflected the tastes of music fans, bringing in rising stars (Princess Nokia, Shame, Kilo Kish, etc.) and already established hallmark acts (Brandi Carlile, Anderson Paak, Marina, etc). The joy brought about by springtime was massively prevalent on the festival grounds - fans of all ages gathered to experience music, try a wide array of foods and generally have a great time. We went to photograph the festival (that post will come later), but this, however, is about the podcast episode we made while at Boston Calling. Ken Grand-Pierre was fortunate to chat with such talented acts like Gang of Youths, Christine and the Queens, Adia Victoria, Superorganism and Easy Life for this special edition of The 405 Exchange podcast.

"It was a real joy, getting to come and play on that stage.” - Adia Victoria

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