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This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

Happy Friday August 10th! Summer is sadly beginning to fade, but fear not – the good tunes and music history tidbits shall not! On this particular day back in 1985, the King of Pop made what we might call a slight faux pas in regards to his friendship with a lad from Liverpool, Paul McCartney. […]

Jon Herington Live In Studio

Jon Herington Live In Studio

Joining us for a live in studio performance was Jon Herington. Though primarily known as a sideman on albums and tours for artists including Steely Dan, Madeleine Peyroux, and currently The Dukes of September Rhythm Revue, Herington has also made a name for himself as a solo musician. Performing without the other two members that […]

New Music From Conor Oberst’s Band Desaparecidos

Conor Oberst must have a hard time keeping track of all the projects he’s involved in, but after ten years of silence from Desaparecidos, he started paying attention to them again. Desaparecidos takes Oberst’s music in a much different direction than his other projects. The songs are driven much more by anger than thoughtfulness (and […]

Throwback Thursday: Barry Tashian, The Remains

Throwback Thursday: Barry Tashian, The Remains

For this week’s Throwback Thursday, we are celebrating Barry Tashian’s recent birthday with a set of tunes from legendary Boston garage band The Remains. Led by guitarist and vocalist Barry Tashian, The Remains hit the Boston scene in the mid-1960s.  As legend has it, the lines to get into their shows at The Rathskeller, the […]

Beck Will Finally Release New Music

Beck Will Finally Release New Music

It’s been four years since Beck’s last album, Modern Guilt, and patient fans finally have word of a new album from the Grammy winning musician. The album, called Song Reader, will be release in December of this year. The catch? It will be available as sheet music. Yes, sheet music. The 20-song album will also have an introduction by […]

Concert Watch: August 10-12, 2012

Concert Watch: August 10-12, 2012

Concert Watch! This weekend: August 10-12, 2012 Friday, August 10th EVE 6—HOUSE OF BLUES On Friday, August 10th, the ’90s rock band Eve 6, who reunited in 2011, will be performing at The House of Blues on Landsdowne Street. They are currently touring to promote their new record, Speak in Code, which was released in April of this […]

On the Verge: The Well-Informed

On the Verge: The Well-Informed

The Well-Informed traveled from their hometown of Brooklyn to Boston for a day to share what they call Pop revivalism for the record bin romantic.They also refer to their music as post-modern Dixieland standards for the wayward youth and Cuban Missile make-out music. Two of the three band members (Evan Duby, who writes songs and […]

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. Band of Horses, “Knock Knock” – This is the first single from the band’s upcoming fourth album Mirage Rock. Band of Horses does […]

Chicago’s Lollapalooza Expands to New Countries

Chicago’s Lollapalooza Expands to New Countries

Chicago’s Lollapalooza might have been given a run for its money this year with the storm evacuations, but they still keep dreaming big, now adding multiple locations for Lollapalooza 2013. Founder Perry Farrell wants to hold a Lollapalooza in not only Chicago next year, but Israel, Brazil, and Chile as well. Seeing that these new […]

Thom Yorke Supergroup Releases New Track

Thom Yorke Supergroup Releases New Track

Forming a supergroup to end all supergroups, Thom Yorke and producer Nigel Goodrich (Radiohead), Flea (Red Hot Chilli Peppers), Joey Waronker, and Mauro Refosco teamed up to form experimental rock and electronica powerhouse Atoms for Peace. AFP formed in 2009 and is planning to have an actual album released in 2012. The band is named after […]

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