Low Times Guide to Peter Prescott

March 23, 2012  |   By   |   Guest Guide

When drummer Peter Prescott joined up with guitarist Roger Miller and bassist Clint Conley, he probably had no idea that the resulting band was going to be instrumental in defining the 80s post-punk sound. During Mission of Burma’s 3 short years, it managed to do just that before initially disbanding in 1983.  In a just world, Mission of Burma would be regarded as Boston’s best musical export, however, the popular imagination tends to reserve that honor for the likes of… Continue»

Peter Prescott, Sharon Van Etten & Vito Roccoforte

February 1, 2012  |   By   |   Podcast

This episode is jam-packed with great stories from a bona fide legend, a hotly tipped up-and-comer and the backbone of a band that changed music in the 2000s. Tom Scharpling spoke to Peter Prescott from Mission of Burma and Volcano Suns about moving on from ‘Burma’  and eventually getting back into it. Maggie Serota talked to Sharon Van Etten about her time booking shows and the time she moved back in with her parents. Daniel Ralston spoke to Vito Roccoforte… Continue»