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Good Old War at the Paradise

Good Old War at the Paradise

Some musicians are rock stars and let the lights separate them from the crowd. A number are inverted cabin dwellers, too timid to engage with the crowd. Others are worried about their future and plan every sentence they will say onstage. But folk band Good Old War is none of these; they’re a family with […]

On the Verge: The Mastersons

On the Verge: The Mastersons

Fresh off the road with Steve Earle, clad in jeans, a white scarf, and black hats; the husband and wife duo The Mastersons joined us for an On The Verge this afternoon. Chris Masterson and Eleanor Whitmore released their debut as a band, Birds Fly South, back in April. When asked about composing the songs, Chris […]

“Stars and Satellites” by Trampled By Turtles

“Stars and Satellites” by Trampled By Turtles

Trampled By Turtles’ sixth album in eight years, Stars and Satellites, is in many ways a fine introduction to the band who stand as one of the rare few that unpretentiously deserve a hyphenated genre classification: let’s go with “post-punk bluegrass” for now. The album opens with “Midnight On The Interstate”, which infuses some pop […]

Washed Out Live at the Paradise

Washed Out Live at the Paradise

28 year-old Ernest Greene never imagined the level of fame that would shortly follow his home-made mixtapes. Washed Out, Greene’s project, is a chillwave synthpop sound that quickly spread by word of mouth. The young guy from Perry, Georgia went from mixing together sounds in his bedroom in 2009 to rocking a sold-out crowd in […]

On the Verge: Ben Lear

On the Verge: Ben Lear

Every Tuesday at 4:15pm, WERS highlights an artist that we feel is just about to make it big in our weekly “On The Verge” series. This week we have picked Brooklyn, New York-based singer-songwriter, Ben Lear. Lear recently released his debut album, Lillian, which Lear himself describes to be a “folk-opera” .  Lillian tells the story of a young […]

fun. Live at the House of Blues

fun. Live at the House of Blues

When indie rock band The Format broke up in 2008, fans had no idea what the future would hold for singer Nate Ruess. Teaming up with Anathallo’s Andrew Dost and Steel Train’s Jack Antonoff, he immediately formed the band fun. and went on tour with Jack’s Mannequin that same year. Melodies and enthusiasm fueled their […]

On the Verge: Cate Le Bon

On the Verge: Cate Le Bon

On Tuesdays at 4:15, listen in to WERS for our weekly “On The Verge” series, where we highlight a band or solo artist that we feel is just about to hit the big time! This week we are featuring Welsh singer-songwriter, Cate Le Bon. Le Bon hails from Penboyr, Wales and sings in both English […]

On the Verge: Adam Arcuragi

On the Verge: Adam Arcuragi

Every Tuesday afternoon at 4:15pm, WERS highlights a new artist that we have discovered and want to share with you by having them into our studio for a performance and interview for our “On The Verge” series. This week we are highlighting Adam Arcuragi who recently released a brand new album, Like A Fire That […]

“Visions” by Grimes

“Visions” by Grimes

Grimes, aka Montreal-based electro-pop sprite Claire Boucher, is finally breaking through with her third LP ‘Visions’. It’s an irresistible album— it’s dreamy, breezy electro-pop, yet it hides something deep underneath its charm. It’s extremely catchy, and rides on the current wave of 80s-inspired electronic dance music. Yet, the album leaves you with something more. Grimes […]

The Magnetic Fields at Berklee

The Magnetic Fields at Berklee

  Friday was an extra special night at The Magnetic Fields show in Boston. It was Parent’s Night for the 5 best friends. Every song about depression, vengeful urges, transgender infatuations, and failed love was performed with the band’s relatives live and in-person. Even with this potentially awkward situation, The Magnetic Fields were able to […]

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