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Band of Horses Live at Somerville Theatre

Band of Horses Live at Somerville Theatre

This is how it happened: downtown Davis Square on a Tuesday night. Picture it chilly, a low 20 degrees, with the wind jostling through the streets as people made their way to the historical Somerville Theatre. The environment was right. The stage was set like a musician’s living room, complete with oriental rugs and an […]

Listen to Beck’s New Album In Flight

Listen to Beck’s New Album In Flight

If you’re planning on boarding a plane within the next month, Beck would like to provide your in-flight entertainment. His 12th studio effort Morning Phase hits land today. To celebrate his new album, Beck has partnered with Gogo, the in-flight internet provider, to stream the record to frequent fliers everywhere. Anyone with access to Gogo […]

U2 Fan’s Just Have to Wait

Yeah U2 will have another album coming out soon, which will be number 12 for the Irish band — but they’re not rushing. In a recent interview with the band, they were very adamant about holding out on the album until it is perfect, as relevant as it can be. They do not want to […]

Lake Street Dive Live at The Sinclair

Lake Street Dive Live at The Sinclair

Leaning slightly into the microphone with hands planted firmly on her hips, Lake Street Dive frontwoman Rachael Price sings directly to every single person in the Sinclair. To the girls squeezed up center stage, to the man posted up on the wall next to the bar, to me crooning down from the corner balcony, Price […]

Questlove to Guest Star on Law and Order

Most people know Questlove as the drummer of the band The Roots who have their own solo success but are also the in-house band for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, formerly Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. In addition to his great success with The Roots, Questlove is also a DJ, music journalist, and music […]

St. Vincent’s New Album Streaming Online

Mark your calendars: St. Vincent’s new self-titled album drops on February 25th. The album features eleven tracks and will be released via Loma Vista / Republic Records. The self-titled album is energetic and funky – two adjectives that also describe Annie Clark, the mastermind behind the music. With voluminous white hair and sharp features, Clark’s […]

Bonnaroo Lineup Announced

Bonnaroo Lineup Announced

Cage the Elephant, The Avett Brothers, White Denim and more to play Bonaroo Music and Arts Festival taking place in Manchester, Tennessee announced its lineup for the summer. For a festival initially focused on jam bands back in 2002, the lineup has diversified immensely. Here are some of the acts to look forward to: Cage the […]

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ John Frusciante Releasing New Album

John Frusciante just announced the release of his newest studio album, Enclosure, with his record label, Record Collection. This will be his eleventh solo album, not including those he recorded in the 1990s and 2000s with The Red Hot Chili Peppers. On Frusciante’s website, he is quoted saying, “Enclosure, upon its completion, was the record […]

Devo’s Bob Casale Dies at 61

While Devo are best known for their Energy Dome hats and their 1980 hit “Whip It”, they have consistently pushed the boundaries of punk, new wave, and pop music throughout their nearly forty years of existence. The classic line-up of Devo consisted of two brothers: Mark and Bob Mothersbaugh and Gerald and Bob Casale. Ever […]

U2 Releasing New Album This Summer

U2 has been receiving a lot of buzz lately due to the success of their song “Ordinary Love” that they wrote for the film Mandela. Having just won a Golden Globe for this single and also being nominated for an Oscar, the band definitely does not regret the decision to write this song for the […]

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WERS News Wins 11 Associated Press Student Awards

Congratulations to WERS News on winning 11 AP awards this year