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“Mechanical Bull” by Kings of Leon

“Mechanical Bull” by Kings of Leon

Find out why “Mechanical Bull” by Kings of Leon is our Album of the Month

“Pushin’ Against a Stone” by Valerie June

The new album from Valerie June, Pushin’ Against a Stone, definitely showcases her southern music influences. With a mixture of blues, folk, soul and country there is no way that this album can be defined as one genre of music. The album opens with the track “Workin’ Woman Blues” where the first two minutes of […]

“Circles Super Bon Bon” by Mike Doughty

Singer-songwriter and former Soul Coughing leader Mike Doughty released Circle Super Bon Bon… on September 17th just as he promised his fans he would. After making an announcement earlier this year, Doughty decided to revisit original Soul Coughing tracks and create them how he originally imagined during his time as the band’s leader. He had […]

“Privateering” by Mark Knopfler

After seven years since his last album, there’s been much anticipation behind Mark Knopfler’s latest release. Privateering is Knopfler’s seventh solo work and he gets back to business with full force. The two-disc album contains twenty original songs and plays as an ode to the successes and shortcomings along a journey towards salvation. The tracks […]

“We Need Medicine” by The Fratellis

After much anticipation, The Fratellis’ third studio album We Need Medicine was finally released. After announcing an indefinite hiatus in 2009, fans worried that the Fratellis would be no more. Thus the release of We Need Medicine has been greeted with great fanfare, and I was among the crowd jumping for joy. I’ll be the first […]

“Reflektor” by Arcade Fire

“Reflektor” by Arcade Fire

Arcade Fire’s new album, “Reflektor,” is the November Album of the Month

“B-Room” by Dr. Dog

Dr. Dog’s seventh album,B-Room, gives fans exactly what they’ve come to love about the Philadelphia-based band over the past fourteen years: dependable and catchy indie-rock. The album features twelve tracks centering around various themes such as heartbreak, travel, and coming of age. The opening lyrics of “Cuckoo,” the eighth track, perhaps define the album best. […]

“The Olms” by The Olms

The Olms self titled debut album, a new project from veteran musicians Pete Yorn and J.D. King, is a real musician’s album with abundant influences and nods to other acts and rich in storytelling. Pete Yorn has been a mainstay singer-songwriter since the 2001 release of his debut Musicforthemorninafter. J.D. King is a proper renaissance […]

“The Clash Hits Back” by The Clash

“This is it for me,” former Clash guitarist Mick Jones told Rolling Stone when asked about September’s trilogy of new Clash compilations. “And I say that with an exclamation mark.” While ardent Clash fans will certainly feel the sting of Jones’s remarks—that these three releases mark the likely end of any future Clash-endorsed material—they have […]

“The Speed of Things” by Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.

The year is 2010. Your dad just got a Facebook, you just got an iPhone, and everyone just learned what “hipster” means and use it every chance they get. Times were changing, and no one was waiting up for any music that didn’t demand their attention. So what was the best way to get people […]

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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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