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Arcade Fire Share Trailer for New Album

Arcade Fire Share Trailer for New Album

It’s no secret that Arcade Fire are one of the best modern bands, and news of a new album has been circulating for a little while now on the web. From Instagram photos to street art in New York City, the Canadian band have been hinting at a new album called Reflector and that something will […]

Concert Watch: Sept. 5th – 7th

Concert Watch: Sept. 5th – 7th

Greetings, concertgoers! As you pack your backpacks for college, grad school, or your own kids, you’re going to need some sweet, soothing somethings to get you through those torturous school nights. Here’s what we’ve got on the menu for you this week! Thursday, September 5th – Glenn Tilbrook (of Squeeze) @ Brighton Music Hall It’s […]

Laura Marling Live In Studio

Laura Marling Live In Studio

Laura Marling, petite and quiet, enters the WERS studios in thin black jeans and simple shoes with nothing except an acoustic guitar and a show at the Somerville Theater to get excited about. At only twenty-three, the British folk singer isn’t much older than the college students that surround her, but couldn’t be in a […]

On the Verge: Mother Falcon

On the Verge: Mother Falcon

Mother Falcon, an orchestral, wondrous force of a band, was kind enough to grace the WERS studio with their sprawling presence, somehow arranging seventeen of their band members in the not-so-spacious live mix room. While the Austin-based band was one of the biggest bands we’ve had in studio, squeezing into a tiny performance space is […]

New Release Tuesday: Sept. 3rd

New Release Tuesday: Sept. 3rd

Welcome to New Releases Tuesday on WERS. Every Tuesday we take a look around the music scene and bring you updates on, you guessed it, the new albums coming out this week. Neko Case, The Worse Things Get, The harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight The More I Love You This is the sixth […]

Interview: Haim at the Paradise

Interview: Haim at the Paradise

I was lucky enough to sit down with the three Haim sisters, Alana, Este, and Danielle, before their sold out show at the Paradise. We talked about their gradual and then swift rise to popularity, their favorite festival to play at, and Primal Scream. Alana: We were really surprised when we found out that we […]

Artist of the Week: Deer Tick

Artist of the Week: Deer Tick

This week we’re featuring Boston Calling performers Deer Tick as our Artist of the Week! Like a number of acclaimed artists such as Iron and Wine, The The and Fitz and the Tantrums, Deer Tick started out as a solo project by songwriter John McCauley. McCauley began writing music and touring around his nearby hometown […]

“Chop Chop” by Bell X1

“Chop Chop” by Bell X1

Bell X1, the rock outlet from Ireland, changed up their sound on their sixth studio release, Chop Chop. Backed by Peter Katis, a producer for The National, the album plays off a very similar sound to High Violet but also goes in its own creative direction that you would not typically expect from Bell X1. The […]

This Week In Music History: August 25th-31st

This Week In Music History: August 25th-31st

As August (and summer) come to an end, let’s take another look back at music history. Michael Jackson was born on August 29, 1958.  The King of Pop is the most successful entertainer of all time, and is a cultural icon in almost every way.  After 16 albums and 4 number one singles as a […]

“All People” by Michael Franti & Spearhead

“All People” by Michael Franti & Spearhead

Michael Franti & Spearhead’s newest album, All People, is a mercurial mélange of influences, styles, and messages. The album takes the listener on a journey from an electro-dance DJ summit in Ibiza out to a satellite orbiting earth. It then crashes down for a midnight car ride through quite city streets and eventually ends up […]

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