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King Tuff Live In Studio

King Tuff Live In Studio

There are very few people on this earth who could pull off wearing a ratty Slayer t-shirt and a trucker hat emblazoned with the enigmatic phrase “SURF SCHOOL SHARKS” without seeming like he or she is trying too hard to be a part of the ironic zeitgeist, and, by the grace of god, Kyle Thomas, […]

Bent Shapes Live In Studio

Bent Shapes Live In Studio

  On October 22, the band Bent Shapes took to the WERS studio for a live mix and interview. The four-piece from Boston played three songs in their “jango-pop” style, two of which were new. “New Starts and Old Dominions” had a crisper sound than the first song and was very fun to listen to […]

Born Without Bones Live In Studio

Born Without Bones Live In Studio

Born Without Bones is a rock band from Milford, Massachusetts. The band currently consists of Scott Ayotte on guitar and vocals, Jonathan Brucato on guitar, Jim Creighton on bass, and Burton Wright on drums. They came out with their debut album Say Hello in 2010 and their album Baby was released in 2013. Some of […]

Pond Live at The Sinclair

Pond Live at The Sinclair

Pond has a reputation of being the wild younger brother of Australian psych rock band Tame Impala. Seeing that this is how many people learned of them, it’s difficult for Pond, consisting of many members of Tame Impala, to break free from the overshadowing association. After seeing Pond at The Sinclair in Cambridge, it is ever so clear […]

J Mascis Live In Studio

J Mascis Live In Studio

J Mascis makes a whole lot of music. Dinosaur Jr., the influential grunge-rock a band that he fronts, releases a new album every few years since they formed in the early eighties. The massive discography of the band is in itself impressive, but Mascis has been hard at work on his own and is poised […]

“A Dotted Line” by Nickel Creek

“A Dotted Line” by Nickel Creek

The release of A Dotted Line by progressive bluegrass outfit Nickel Creek this April marked the twenty fifth anniversary of the band’s union. An impressive feat, considering the group’s oldest member, Sean Watkins, is only 37 years old. Siblings Sarah and Sean Watkins, along with childhood friend Chris Thile, burst onto the bluegrass scene as […]

Miniature Tigers Live at Brighton Music Hall

Miniature Tigers Live at Brighton Music Hall

  Miniature Tigers brought an indie-pop party to Brighton Music Hall, joined by energetic openers Yellerkin, Finish Ticket, and The Griswolds. The show began early to accommodate the packed lineup, but most concertgoers came out on time. The young audience packed into the front area of the stage, nobody wanting to miss the opportunity to […]

The Wytches Live In Studio

The Wytches Live In Studio

The three British guys in The Wytches certainly live up to their ominous name; the intensity that the small band brings to their heavy, grungy rock must be sorcery. Dressed head to toe in worn, dark clothing and their arms covered in scribble-like tattoos, they look the part. It is no wonder the band is […]

Singin’ in the Rain Live In Studio

Singin’ in the Rain Live In Studio

  Theater is truly at its best when the performers are in love with the show they’re performing. That will happen in time with most performances, but when Reagle Music Theatre’s cast of Singin’ in the Rain stopped by the WERS studio, they were two performances into their run, a little over two weeks into […]

“Black Hours” by Hamilton Leithauser

“Black Hours” by Hamilton Leithauser

Black Hours is an album I have been looking forward to getting my hands on for some time. Initially set to be released in early May, Hamilton Leithauser’s debut as a solo artist dropped about a month later on June third for reasons unknown. The delay really didn’t matter much, since Black Hours singles “Alexandra” and “11 O’Clock […]

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