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WERS Welcomes at the Great Scott

WERS Welcomes at the Great Scott

By Suzie Hicks WERS and Bowery Boston welcomed Cherry Mellows, Five of the Eyes, The Shills, and Long Time to the Great Scott on Saturday night, and the bands did not disappoint. Cherry Mellows, a local band, started the night strong with some intense rock jams. Using multiple electric guitars and bass on top of […]

The Local Natives

The Local Natives

For any lover of Indie music, Local Natives is a must-see band. With their popularity rising across the United States and Europe, it won’t be long before they start selling out arenas. Their smooth, gentle sound captivates the audience and makes all the worry in the room vanish. Their romantic vibe gave one guy the […]

Watsky at the House Of Blues

Watsky at the House Of Blues

By Ross Ketschke Sunday night, Emerson College alumni and former WERS DJ George Watsky packed the Boston House of Blues with thousands of fans eager to idi rapper’s homecoming. Before Watsky could take the stage, locals in the audience were surprised with a performance from Emerson College student Cab Elllis. The young rapper’s excitement to […]

Lake Street Dive at the Wang Theater!

Lake Street Dive at the Wang Theater!

On October 7th soul and electricity oozed out of Lake Street Dive and into the crowd, as bass player Bridget Kearney “rocked her Side Pony.” Fans slowly trickled in during the opening act, Rubble Bucket. But by the time Lake Street Dive opened the show with “Godawful Things,” the beautiful Wang Theater was filled to […]

Honne rocks out at the Paradise Rock Club

Honne rocks out at the Paradise Rock Club

  Max Frost opened for the band , however he performed solo without any accompaniment. Some might say this is a risky move considering the amount of instruments in his songs, but Frost pulled it off. Playing such hits as “White Lies” and “Let Me Down Easy,” Frost utilized his loop pedal while playing to […]

A Beautiful Blend of Old Meets New

A Beautiful Blend of Old Meets New

By: Cassandra Cloutier Brooklyn-based trio, Sunflower Bean, rocked everyone’s socks at Brighton Music Hall Thursday night. The concert was filled with a mix of everything from indie rock, to alternative and even hints of psychedelic. Not to mention there were also two opening acts, Burglary Years and The Lemon Twigs. The first band of the […]

Glass Animals Rocks The Pavilion

Glass Animals Rocks The Pavilion

By: Tim Jordan On September 30, millennials huddled under umbrellas and dashed across intersections with jackets pulled over their heads and hands in their pockets, splashing to dry safety under the big white overhang that makes up Blue Hills Bank Pavilion. As the first openers, Pumarosa, began to play, eager concertgoers began to fill up […]

Tastemakers Presents: Car Seat Headrest with TV Girl and Mutual Benefit

Tastemakers Presents: Car Seat Headrest with TV Girl and Mutual Benefit

By: Nate Smith and Cassandra Cloutier  Tastemakers Magazine kicked off the 2016/17 school year with a bang (in addition to some incredible synth, dreamy banjo, and alt-indie guitar riffs) with TV Girl and Mutual Benefit, headlined by Car Seat Headrest. The show opened with TV Girl on the After Hours stage at Northeastern University on […]

An Atmospheric Night for the Ages

An Atmospheric Night for the Ages

By: Cassandra Cloutier On September 30th the Royale hosted what could only be described as a beautiful night of atmospheric delight. The concert kicked off with NYC based artist, Sam Evian, whose self-described genre is “rebellious adult contemporary ez listening” which set up the concert vibe to be a relaxed and joyous evening. Sam’s set started with […]

A Revamped Blink-182 Rocks Tour in Mansfield

A Revamped Blink-182 Rocks Tour in Mansfield

By Ross Ketschke Blink 182, arguably one of the most successful band to emerge from the pop-punk explosion of the 1990’s, proved to a sold out crowd at Mansfield’s xFinity center that they are back on the map as a powerhouse group ready to bring rock, laughter, and emotion to a worldwide audience. Opening the […]

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