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Artist of the Week: Jason Isbell

Artist of the Week: Jason Isbell

WERS is featuring Alabama-based singer-songwriter Jason Isbell as our Artist of the Week! Jason Isbell first played music professionally as a member of Drive-By Truckers in 2001. Over the next six years Isbell recorded three albums with Drive-By Truckers including Decoration Day (2003), of which he wrote the title track. Then, in April 2007, Isbell officially […]

Smith Westerns Live at The Sinclair

Smith Westerns Live at The Sinclair

You wouldn’t know Cullen and Cameron Omori and Max Kakacek were itching to get back on the road from their laid-back personas, but with new album Soft Will to show off and the gradual shedding of the child prodigy label that followed them in their early career, they’ve come into their own musically and in […]

Father John Misty Live at HOB

Father John Misty Live at HOB

Last night at the House of Blues was nothing but fun times in Babylon thanks to the always insane, ever-angular stage persona that is Father John Misty. After a terrific open from up-and-comers Wild Nothing, who have ravaged the summer festival circuit with a string of dates to come, Josh Tillman and friends entered the […]

This Week In Music History: July 21st-27th

This Week In Music History: July 21st-27th

This has been another truly gigantic week in music history!  Check out the most major happenings below. On July 24th, 1969 a musical bond that would last off and on for generations was formed.  On this day, Neil Young performed with Crosby, Stills, and Nash for the first time ever at The Fillmore East in […]

“Give In” by ON AND ON

“Give In” by ON AND ON

Wow: the three letters that best describe this ON AN ON album debut, Give In. The remaints of Chicago indie band Scattered Trees teamed up with Broken Social Scene and Los Campesinos! producer Dave Newfield and put together a beautiful yet melancholy indie rock album–in three weeks. The album’s theme is coping with death and […]

“Volume 3″ by She and Him

“Volume 3″ by She and Him

It’s pretty easy to criticize Zooey Deschanel for being the stereotypical manic pixie girl, especially considering her relentless quirkiness, her “adorkable” television show, and the cutesy pop music she makes with M. Ward and their band, She and Him. While it seems unfair to criticize someone for being, erm, too pleasant, what are you gonna […]

Phish Announce Fall Tour

Phish Announce Fall Tour

Phish are currently on an extensive summer tour to celebrate their 30 year anniversary and now they have added on 12 dates in October and early November. The band will have about a month break between the end of the summer tour (September 1st) and the beginning of the fall tour (October 18th). Perhaps this […]

Throwback Thrusday: Robert Plant

Throwback Thrusday: Robert Plant

This week for Throwback Thursday, WERS is playing a set of Robert Plant in honor of his upcoming show tonight at the Bank of America Pavilion with Phosphorescent. Robert Plant was born in West Bronmwich, England in August of 1948 and showed an interest in rock and roll from a very early age. Plant said […]

New Cut Copy Single Revealed at Pitchfork Music Festival

New Cut Copy Single Revealed at Pitchfork Music Festival

Something is amiss in the Cut Copy camp. After capturing the attention of the indie dance world with 2008’s In Ghost Colours, the Australian band raised their worldwide profile with their Fleetwood Mac and Grace Jones inspired follow up, Zonoscope. Nowadays, they’re prone to changing their Facebook and Twitter profile pictures to blank images while […]

“Mosquito” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs

“Mosquito” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs

It’s been thirteen years since the indie/punk/rock (and a million other vague genres that don’t adequately describe their sound) Yeah Yeah Yeahs exploded onto the alternative music scene. If you can believe it. It seems like just yesterday that their hit “Maps” was creeping onto the airwaves of alt. radio stations as the bad suddenly […]

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