In 1986, broadcasting from the station’s basement studio inside the Walker Memorial Building on MIT’s campus, infinitely curious music fan and part-time antique painter named Magnus Johnstone, was helping lay the foundation of Boston’s nascent hip-hop scene on his show, “Lecco’s Lemma,” one week at a time. On Wednesday, a tribute to the influential radio show will be held at the Good Life. Martín Caballero digs into the show’s rich hip-hop history.
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