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About a week ago, fans of Florence and the Machine got the distressing news that Florence Welch sustained a vocal injury and “Wouldn’t be able to sing for a week.” This is especially troublesome given that Florence was just about to embark on a big US and North American tour. Her first official break from […]
July’s Album of the Month is Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ Here
If you haven’t hear of Divine Fits yet, don’t worry. They’re the newest “supergroup” made up of members of Spoon, Wolf Parade/Hansome Furs, and New Bomb Turks – more specifically Britt Daniel (lead singer of Spoon), Dan Boeckner (singer and guitarist for Wolf Parade and guitarist for Handsome Furs), and Sam Brown (drummer for New […]
Generations new and old can rejoice together over the fact that The Who have just announced the tour we’ve all been waiting for! Their 37-date North American tour, entitled “Quadrophenia and More”, will begin this fall with a stop at Boston’s TD Garden on November 16th. Surviving members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will perform […]
If several new songs each week just doesn’t satisfy your craving for new music, then you’re in luck. WERS is adding a brand new show to our weekly lineup that features music from up-and-coming acts like Purity Ring, Yeasayer, King Tuff, City and Colour, Polica, Japandroids, and many more. The show, called “Connections”, is hosted by Nic Harcourt […]
June’s Album of the Month is Jack White’s Blunderbuss
This past Friday, Berklee School of Music had the honor of screening the documentary, Under African Skies. This is a touching commemoration of the 25th anniversary of Paul Simon’s album Graceland, full of celebration and explanation of such a thoughtful album. Since the school is lucky enough to have Paul Simon as a member of the Board of Trustees, they also […]
Norah Jones’ new album “Little Broken Hearts” is our album of the month!
Delta Spirit’s self-titled album is the WERS April Album of the Month!
Boston-based singer-songwriter Ryan Fitzsimmons brought a quartet of musicians into the studio at WERS to round out his sprawling folk sound. The mandolin and violin especially set his sound apart by harkening back to past decades and filling out his guitar melodies. He played three standout tracks from his latest album “Cold Sky,” starting with […]