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April Album of the Month

April Album of the Month

Foster The People’s ‘Supermodel’ is our April Album of the Month

Jagwar Ma Live at The Sinclair

Jagwar Ma Live at The Sinclair

For a few blissed-out, sun-kissed years in Britain, dance music and rock found a way to coexist with one another in a way that combined the hippie, love-one-another mantras of the 60s with beat-driven, 303-squelchin’ Acid House straight from Chicago. The unlikely merger surely was a byproduct of a quickly evolving musical landscape, characterized by […]

WERS Presents: All A Cappella Live!

WERS Presents: All A Cappella Live!

Congratulations to this year’s winner, the Darthmouth Aires

March Album of the Month

March Album of the Month

Beck’s “Morning Phase” is our March Album of the Month

Broken Bells Live at House of Blues

Broken Bells Live at House of Blues

I am hesitant to call Broken Bells a “supergroup”. Through credentials alone, the duo of James Mercer and Brian Burton almost definitely warrant the title. However, to me, the term “supergroup” conjures images of bloated rockstars, ego tripping and terrible names (Super Heavy vs. Chickenfoot in the battle of worst band names of all time). […]

White Denim Live at The Sinclair

White Denim Live at The Sinclair

  When James Petralli, Joshua Block, and Steven Terebecki brought guitarist Austin Jenkins into the band, they were onto something big. Ever since the release of their album D in 2011, White Denim have been on a steady climb to success. If you need evidence, let their two packed shows at The Sinclair do some […]

The Walkmen’s Singer Releasing Solo Album

The Walkmen’s Singer Releasing Solo Album

Hamilton Leithauser, frontman of The Walkmen who broke my heart with their indefinite hiatus, announced last year that he was working on a debut solo album. It was reported that the album was due for release this spring and would featured collaborations with other members of the band. The album, titled Black Hours has officially […]

St. Vincent Live at House of Blues

St. Vincent Live at House of Blues

If Emerson College were a musician, it would be St. Vincent. She incorporates interpretive dance into her song performances and title of her first album is from an episode of Arrested Development. The enigmatic indie rock artist delivered a charmingly hipster and wildly energetic performance at the House of Blues this Thursday. I arrived at […]

Pharrell Williams Releasing Solo Album

After 2013’s “Get Lucky,” “Blurred Lines,” and “Happy,” Pharrell Williams is just about ready to bust into the new year with the release of his first full solo album in eight years. The record, G I R L, is stacked sky-high with guest features, including performance by Daft Punk, Justin Timberlake, Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, […]

Oasis Reissue ‘Definitely Maybe’

While Oasis could be considered a two-hit phenomenon in America, a band with a devote but cult following at best, in England they were a pop culture behemoth in the 90s. Their debut album, Definitely Maybe, was (at the time) the fastest selling debut album in British chart history. They quickly went from clubs to […]

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WERS News Wins 11 Associated Press Student Awards

Congratulations to WERS News on winning 11 AP awards this year

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