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Lana Del Rey and The Great Gatsby

Lana Del Rey and The Great Gatsby

“Will you still love me when I’m no longer young and beautiful,” sensuous singer Lana Del Rey sings in her brand new track, “Young & Beautiful”. The soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s forthcoming adaptation of The Great Gatsby will include the lush Lana Del Rey ballad as the first single from the compilation. In recent weeks, […]

Phoenix and R. Kelly at Coachella

Phoenix and R. Kelly at Coachella

Phoenix has been having an amazing year in 2013. The French band is about to release their fifth studio album Bankrupt! on April 23 after releasing the extremely popular single off of the album “Entertainment.” Phoenix has also been making the rounds on the festival circuit including an amazing performance at Coachella last week. Phoenix […]

“The Next Day” by David Bowie

“The Next Day” by David Bowie

WERS is celebrating David Bowie’s latest release, The Next Day, as our April Album of the Month! “Here I am, not quite dying,” David Bowie chants along on the upbeat title track to his first new album in ten years, The Next Day. “My body left to rot in a hollow tree, its branches throwing shadows on […]

Artist of the Week: Jake Bugg

Artist of the Week: Jake Bugg

This week, WERS is featuring Jake Bugg as our Artist of the Week! Hailing from Robin Hood’s hometown of Nottingham, this English singer-songwriter’s young career seems to be taking off of late.  He started playing guitar at age 12 after an introduction from his uncle and by age 16 (he’s only 19 now) he had […]

Daft Punk’s Latest Single “Get Lucky”

Daft Punk’s Latest Single “Get Lucky”

If you haven’t heard it by now, stop reading this and listen to the new Daft Punk single “Get Lucky.” In it, the robots team up with the talented producer Pharrell (who sings on the track) and the legendary guitarist Nile Rodgers. The track’s groove harkens back to the funky sound of the 70’s while […]

Support The One Fund

Support The One Fund

WERS is BOSTON STRONG and you should be too! Two Emersonians, Nick Reynolds and Chris Dobens, are the driving force behind BOSTON STRONG. The fundraising campaign was started this week via Ink To The People to fundraise for relief efforts, all proceeds from the BOSTON STRONG campaign will be going to The One Fund. For […]

Twitter Launches #Music App

Twitter Launches #Music App

Early yesterday and after a week of teasing, Twitter finally launched the #Music app. This app allows users to stream and discover new music via your Twitter account. This app is different than others like Spotify or Youtube because the search tool uses trending topics and data across Twitter to make recommendations for listeners. The […]

This Week In Music History: The Beatles, Pink Floyd, R.E.M.

This Week In Music History: The Beatles, Pink Floyd, R.E.M.

With all of the craziness surrounding the Hub this morning, let’s take a break and look back on some landmarks in music history! On this day in 1965, The Beatles released their single “Ticket to Ride” on Capitol Records in the United States. The label stated at the time the song was from an upcoming […]

Record Store Day 2013

Record Store Day 2013

This Saturday, April 20th is Record Store Day! For the past six years, Record Store Day has been celebrated every third Saturday in April. It is a day to celebrate the music, art, and culture that gravitate around the independent record stores throughout the country, and internationally. A group of new and exclusive vinyl, CD, […]

Throwback Thursday: Nick Drake

Throwback Thursday: Nick Drake

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we are playing a set a set of Nick Drake covers in honor of the release of his upcoming tribute album Way to Blue: The Songs of Nick Drake. Nick Drake was a young English singer-songwriter, renowned for his light guitar based songs that sadly never reached an extremely large […]

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