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The Amazing Live In Studio

The Amazing Live In Studio

Swedish band The Amazing came to the WERS studio fully loaded with an arsenal of instruments and pedals. With two guitars, one 12-string guitar, bass, and drums, it looked like things were about to get loud. The band delivered the noise, but not in the way one would expect. Bands with this many layers of […]

Artist of the Week: G. Love & Special Sauce

Artist of the Week: G. Love & Special Sauce

This week WERS is featuring Philadelphia native hip-hop band G. Love & Special Sauce as our Artist of the Week. The group formed when frontman Garrett Dutton (known as G. Love) was performing in a Boston bar. It was there where he met band mate Jeffrey Clemens. The two began working as a duo and […]

Throwback Thursday: Shawn Colvin

Throwback Thursday: Shawn Colvin

This week for Throwback Thursday, we are featuring folk rocker Shawn Colvin. Colvin is an American singer-songwriter who you might recognize from her hit “All Fall Down” that regularly graces the WERS airwaves. She is best well known for her 1997 single “Sunny Came Home” that landed her not only a Grammy Award nomination – […]

Artist of the Week: Of Monsters and Men

Artist of the Week: Of Monsters and Men

Icelandic sensation Of Monsters and Men have accomplished years of success in a mere fifteen months. In just over a year the band has signed with a new label, released a hit album, toured internationally, appeared at numerous major festivals, had their single “Little Talks” named the Alternative Song Of The Year by iTunes UK, […]

Discover: “Battle Born”

Discover: “Battle Born”

Dec.’s album of the month is the Killers “Battle Born” read more about it here

The Killers at Agganis Arena

The Killers at Agganis Arena

It seems like days ago that a little band from Nevada stormed onto the radio rock scene with Hot Fuss; out of nowhere, The Killers were invading the airwaves with hook after hook. Eight years, six million records sold, and countless catchy choruses later, the Killers are selling out arenas. To be fair, though, this […]

Tegan and Sara Live In Studio

Tegan and Sara Live In Studio

Canadian duo Tegan and Sara are, in a way, icons. Female-fronted groups are by no means a new revolution, but the surge they’ve created since beginning in 1995 has wound up patching cracked hearts most teenagers didn’t know were torn in the first place – and getting Grammy nominations because of it. As identical twins, […]

Pippin at American Repertory Theater

Pippin at American Repertory Theater

The American Repertory Theater’s new production of pippin instantly earns my bias because 1. I love circus 2. I Love Pippin. And 3. I’m in Boston. Should you also meet these three criteria then this show will be also be fantastic event that you don’t want to miss out on. The main problem with staging […]

Teaser Video for The Knifeʼs New Album

Teaser Video for The Knifeʼs New Album

As some may know, Swedish electronic pop duo The Knife are all about mystery. They obscure their face in interviews and videos, they rarely perform, and theyʼve been somewhat quiet since their last album Silent Shout in 2006. Now, with bands drawing influence from them left and right (Purity Ring and Niki & the Dove to name a […]

Mike Doughty Live In Studio

Mike Doughty Live In Studio

“I swear to god it’s mostly herbal [stuff],” Mike Doughty says, as he empties a bottle of pills into his palm. He picks up a single pill and shakes it, listening for the faint “sh-sh” noise it emits. “It’s really an effective percussion method,” he says, and he’s not kidding. Doughty uses this technique on […]

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