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M83’s Anthony Gonzalaz Scores Film Oblivion

M83’s Anthony Gonzalaz Scores Film Oblivion

You probably know M83 as the French duo who finally crashed the American charts last year with their sixth album, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming. It reached number fifteen on the U.S. Billboard 200 charts, and the hit single “Midnight City” could be heard everywhere all the time. What you may not know is that M83’s […]

Ra Ra Riot Gearing Up For The Shins Tour

Ra Ra Riot Gearing Up For The Shins Tour

Ra Ra Riot and the Shins will both be here in Boston this May for Boston Calling, but Ra Ra Riot announced that they will be opening for the Shins on a string of dates before and following the festival. It has also been announced that Ra Ra Riot will headline three shows with Cleveland’s […]

Concert Watch: April 3rd-7th

Concert Watch: April 3rd-7th

Hello, sweet concert-goers! This week is a doozy in terms of terrific acts coming through—a shame if you should actually be training for the Marathon, but let’s be serious. A Dylan-Dawes double bill or drown in your own sweat? We’re just sayin’. Tonight, April 3rd and Tomorrow, April 4th: They Might Be Giants at the Paradise […]

“Nanobots” by They Might Be Giants

“Nanobots” by They Might Be Giants

Every modern, indie-oriented college student goes through a special transformation during their four years at the university. These students often assume that the musical tastes they have accrued throughout the first 18 years of their lives are more refined and more cultivated than any of their peers. Their families, and even some of their friends […]

Lollapalooza Line Up Announced

Lollapalooza Line Up Announced

After weeks of countless rumors, the anticipation can now be lifted off your shoulders as the lineup for the 2013 Lollapalooza music festival has been released! This up and coming summer is definitely one filled of live music and festivals galore, so many could only guess who was going to be at the top of […]

New Releases Tuesday

New Releases Tuesday

Welcome to New Releases Tuesday on WERS. Every Tuesday we’ll take a look around the music scene and bring you updates on, you guessed it, the new albums coming out this week. MUDHONEY, VANISHING POINT The Seattle-based alternative quartet, Mudhoney has released their eighth studio album, Vanishing Point. The record marks their first release in […]

Artist of the Week: Shout Out Louds

Artist of the Week: Shout Out Louds

This week, WERS is featuring Shout Out Louds as our artist of the Week! Stockholm’s own Shout Out Louds was formed in the early 2000′s by childhood friends Adam Olenius, Ted Malmros, and Carl von Arbin.  In 2001 drummer Eric Edman and keyboardist Bebban Stenborg were added to the lineup and the band got to […]

New Live Video From Walk The Moon

New Live Video From Walk The Moon

Walk The Moon has been one of my favorite bands of the year with their release of their debut album, Walk the Moon in June of 2012. The album is full of hits like “Anna Sun” and “Tightrope.” The band has been touring in the United Kingdom and Europe for a while now and has […]

Phoenix Kicks Off Tour

Phoenix Kicks Off Tour

After a two year break, Phoenix finally kicked off their Bankrupt! tour with a string of west coast shows. Opening the tour at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, the band played the entirety of both their new album, Bankrupt!, and 2009’s Grammy-winning, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix. This segment of the tour acts as a warm-up […]

Vampire Weekend Video Sparks Controversy

Vampire Weekend Video Sparks Controversy

Indie rockers and baroque poppers Vampire Weekend have recently pushed back the release date for their third album, titled Modern Vampires of the City, from May 7th to May 14th. While this announcement garnered some negative attention, the band is receiving major criticism over their recent music video for the single “Diane Young.” In this […]

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