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Artist Of The Week: Calexico

Artist Of The Week: Calexico

The WERS artist of the week is Tuscon, Arizona based Americana band, Calexico. Calexico recently released their seventh studio album, Algiers, on Anti Records. The band is made up of main members Joey Burns and John Convertino, who met back in 1990. In 1994, they moved to Tucson and formed the band, Friends Of Dean Martinez. […]

Datsik at The Palladium

Datsik at The Palladium

As some may know Datsik is doing a Firepower Tour, flying back and forth to selective states around the U.S. Last week he stopped by Massachusetts and played in Worcester’s Palladium, and without a doubt the show rocked from beginning to end. But let us not forget about the audience, because regardless of the day […]

Discover: “Tempest”

Discover: “Tempest”

September’s Album of the Month is Bob Dylan’s Tempest

Bloc Party at the House of Blues

Bloc Party at the House of Blues

Lansdowne Street flooded last night for Bloc Party’s show at the House of Blues in a flurry of fans both new and old. The London based rockers just released their fourth studio album last month – aptly named Four. Opening for Bloc Party was American hardcore punk band Ceremony. As soon as the lights dimmed […]

Revo Radar: Above & Beyond

Revo Radar: Above & Beyond

It’s a crazy world out there and sometimes all we need is a little bit of group therapy to keep us all together. When I hear the words “group therapy”, my mind immediately links to the English trance group, Above & Beyond. For over a decade, Johno Grant, Tony McGuinness, and Paavo Siljamaki have worked […]

Bon Iver at the Pavilion

Bon Iver at the Pavilion

  Fans keep 2008’s For Emma, Forever Ago so dear to heart. When Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon wrote “Skinny Love”, he was crafting together the commentary to dwindling love stories across the country. With the 2011 self-titled release, people thought nothing less of the delicate confessions that were offered. These songs of solitude and searching are […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

What’s interesting about a Friday morning in early September? Your weekly fix of music history, that’s what. Twenty-eight years ago in 1984, MTV introduced their now annual award show, the MTV Video Music Awards. Bette Midler and Dan Aykroyd, one of the original cast members of SNL, co-hosted the show. This original broadcast of the […]

Throwback Thursday: Johnny Cash

Throwback Thursday: Johnny Cash

This week, we’re playing a set of covers of Johnny Cash songs for Throwback Thursday. Johnny Cash’s career spanned about half a century and included over 1,ooo songs and dozens of albums.  His incredible body of work crossed genres and tastes and influenced countless artists.  His early period is associated with rockabilly and rock and […]

Why? at The Middle East

Why? at The Middle East

  It’s been just under a year since indie hip-hop band Why? came to Boston. The last time the group was here, fans were treated to an intimate show with an “unplugged” vibe – a special treat, for sure. Their stop at The Middle East last night, however, gave fans a chance to throw their […]

Concert Watch: September 14th-September 16th

Concert Watch: September 14th-September 16th

Concert Watch! This weekend: September 14th-September 16th, 2012 Friday, September 14th BLOC PARTY, CEREMONY—HOUSE OF BLUES Bloc Party, the British Indie-Rock band take the stage at the House of Blues on Landsdowne Street on Friday, September 14th. They are currently touring to promote their fourth and latest album, Four, which dropped on August 20th. Ceremony will be performing […]

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