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Animal Collective Live At HOB

Animal Collective Live At HOB

Animal Collective kicked off their tour promoting 2012 release Centipede Hz last night at the House of Blues, lighting up the stage with their signature electro-weirdness and tripped out sound. Around since the late 1990′s, the Baltimore natives refuse to age by mellowing, and the spectacle was at an all-time high for the show that […]

Alt-J Live at the Paradise

Alt-J Live at the Paradise

On Sunday, March 2, the Paradise Rock Club held a sold out crowd that was murmuring with excitement even before the doors opened. English indie rock band Alt-J opened their US tour to this crowd, the first night of an almost nonstop tour that runs until October, which includes stops at music festivals like Coachella, […]

Imagine Dragons Live at HOB

Imagine Dragons Live at HOB

The Las Vegas based band, Imagine Dragons have been all over the map in the last year. Starting with their hit single “It’s Time” which began to sweep the nation in February 2012, the four piece band’s star has yet to stop rising. Now with “Radioactive” topping the Alternative Charts and “Demons” on the Triple […]

Lady Lamb Live at TT the Bear’s

Lady Lamb Live at TT the Bear’s

We at WERS love to give you, the listener and the reader, the first scoop on some of the best new bands around. We ESPECIALLY love to give our props to the great new and established bands that come out of Boston and the greater New England area. So, it is with great pleasure, to […]

Big Gigantic Live at House of Blues

Big Gigantic Live at House of Blues

Last Friday, duo group Big Gigantic paid a visit to Boston playing at the House of Blues. This jazz/dubstep/hip-hop/EDM livetronica duo was sold out last week, filling up all three floors of the venue. The two performers of the group, producer/saxophonist, Dominic Lalli, and drummer, Jeremy Salken, have made a huge debut from their talents […]

Passion Pit Live at Agganis Arena

Passion Pit Live at Agganis Arena

Nor’easter Nemo took Boston will full force this weekend, shutting down all public transportation and leaving Bostonians with cabin fever. Despite the 22 inches of snow that fell upon the Bean, local indie electronic band Passion Pit wouldn’t let their fans down. Luckily their tour schedule allowed for the Boston show to be pushed back […]

Feed Me Live at Royale

Feed Me Live at Royale

Recently, we have seen some amazing artists come to Boston and kick the 2013 year off strong. They have been traveling all over and taking with them some pretty intense stage setup that would make anyone say “Ooh Ahh!!” Not to mention, we’ve been getting treated with plenty of new music releases, albums and EPs […]

The Lumineers at House of Blues

The Lumineers at House of Blues

It had only been about six months since the Denver-based folk-rock band, The Lumineers had played the House of Blues on Lansdowne Street. But there was a big difference between the two shows and it wasn’t the drop in temperature. They were headlining. Their self-titled debut record was released in April of this last year […]

The Killers at Agganis Arena

The Killers at Agganis Arena

It seems like days ago that a little band from Nevada stormed onto the radio rock scene with Hot Fuss; out of nowhere, The Killers were invading the airwaves with hook after hook. Eight years, six million records sold, and countless catchy choruses later, the Killers are selling out arenas. To be fair, though, this […]

Pippin at American Repertory Theater

Pippin at American Repertory Theater

The American Repertory Theater’s new production of pippin instantly earns my bias because 1. I love circus 2. I Love Pippin. And 3. I’m in Boston. Should you also meet these three criteria then this show will be also be fantastic event that you don’t want to miss out on. The main problem with staging […]

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