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Pierce Fulton at Splash Ultra Lounge

Pierce Fulton at Splash Ultra Lounge

Dreams do come true for those who pursue their interest in what they love the most. For 20-year-old Pierce Fulton that’s definitely the case. This guy is doing what most college students wish to do – study and tour all over mixing music. Not to mention he also represents part of the New England community […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Revo Radar: Zeds Dead

Revo Radar: Zeds Dead

“Zeds Dead, baby. Zeds Dead!” In this case, I’m not just reciting the infamous line from Quetin Taratino’s Pulp Fiction. I’m talking about the Canadian duo that goes by Zeds Dead. After sampling that quote in their song “White Satin”, this has become their trademark saying for fans wherever they go. Not to be mistaken […]

The Left End: Interview With Callers

The Left End: Interview With Callers

Recently, The Left End was lucky enough to chat with the Sara Lucas of up-and-coming Brooklyn band Callers before a show with the Dirty Projectors at the Paradise Rock Club. Callers are a great example of indie music crossing into other genres to create new genres altogether, and they brought down the house prior to […]

Revolutions: Call to Local DJs!

Revolutions: Call to Local DJs!

Hey, Revolutions listeners! For years, listeners have turned to Revo and WERS for the latest and greatest from the electronic music scene, and we’re excited to announce a new local initiative for the fall. If you or someone you know is a DJ from Boston and beyond, we want to hear from you! Beginning in […]

Digging Through the Crates #7

Digging Through the Crates #7

John Maus is an experimental pop musician currently residing in Minnesota. His music, which recalls an eighties pop sensibility that should be familiar to WERS listeners and modern day indie kids alike, is deeply rooted in a set of profound thoughts and emotions. Maus is currently studying philosophy. The interview referenced in the letter below […]

Revo Radar: The Showtek Brothers

Revo Radar: The Showtek Brothers

You know the saying “two heads are better than one”? Well, they’re right! The Showtek brothers, Wouter and Sjoerd Janssen, have definitely put their heads together to make it far in the electro scene. Oh, and did I also mention they’re part of the “Top 100 DJs!”? The Showtek brothers have recently done some amazing collaboration work […]

Revo Radar: Audrey Napoleon

Revo Radar: Audrey Napoleon

With a short list of existing female DJs, you’ve gotta have some serious talent to stand out in a predominate male industry. Allow me to introduce Audrey Napoleon, a hard- hitting LA native who is quickly making her mark in the electronic world. Her eccentric electro house and female vocal-infused dance music not only energizes […]

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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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