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Concert Watch: July 3rd–6th

Concert Watch: July 3rd–6th

Concertgoers, it’s time to celebrate the fact that you’re not British! Boo! They eat healthier food than us, usually! The worst! Grill up those hot dogs and forget your troubles this week with the upcoming concert forecast, which is sunny as it gets. Tonight – Cayucas @ Great Scott If this Santa Monica indie pop […]

The Playground Has Moved!

The Playground Has Moved!

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New HAERTS Music Video

  HAERTS–Brooklyn-based quintet by way of England, Germany, and the United States, and who just opened up for Fitz & the Tantrums for their New York and Boston dates–released a music video for their song “All the Days”. The band consists of singer Nini Fabi, keyboardist Ben Bebert, guitarist Gerrett Lenner, bassist Derek McWilliams, and […]

On the Verge: Nora Jane Struthers

On the Verge: Nora Jane Struthers

At 4:15 PM each Tuesday, WERS brings you our On the Verge segment which highlights an artist we think is up-and-coming. This week’s artist On The Verge is Americana singer-songwriter Nora Jane Struthers.  Struthers is featured today along with her band The Party Line while working off her second album Carnival, which was released this […]

New Releases Tuesday: July 2

New Releases Tuesday: July 2

Welcome to New Releases Tuesday on WERS. Every Tuesday we’ll take a look around the music scene and bring you updates on, you guessed it, the new albums coming out this week PRETTY LIGHTS, A COLOR MAP OF THE SUN This is the fourth studio album for Derek Smith, better known as Pretty Lights. This […]

Nine Inch Nails Announce New Album

Nine Inch Nails Announce New Album

Reports of new music from industrial-rock band Nine Inch Nails were confirmed in May of this year, promising a new record out by the end of 2013. Now we know that the album, called Hesitation Marks, will officially be released on September 3rd. If that seems like a long ways away for you, don’t worry—Nine […]

Artist of the Week: The Mowgli’s

Artist of the Week: The Mowgli’s

WERS is featuring eight-piece, California-based collective The Mowgli’s as our Artist of the Week! Named after a character from The Jungle Book, The Mowgli’s are a band whose consistently dense harmonies and collaborative songwriting process demonstrate an intense belief in community, unity, and universal love. Their belief in the unifying power of music is so strong that, […]

New Pixies Song, “Bagboy”

New Pixies Song, “Bagboy”

Following news that Kim Deal left the Pixies, it seems the band is ready to move forward with new music. This morning saw the release of a new song called “Bagboy” as well as an accompanying video (which you can watch here) directed by Lamar + Nik. “Bagboy” was recorded last October and apparently does […]

This Week In Music History: June 23rd-29th

This Week In Music History: June 23rd-29th

Time for another look back into this week in music history! This is a historic week for Hyde Park…the one in London, not Boston.  June 29th, 1968 marks the first free concert to be held in the park.  The show featured Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and Roy Harper.  This also coincided with the […]

Throwback Thursday: Mavis Staples

Throwback Thursday: Mavis Staples

This week for Throwback Thursday, WERS is playing a set of music from Mavis Staples in honor of her new album, One True Vine. Mavis Staples was born July 10, 1939 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and began her music career with her family group, The Staple Singers, in 1950. The Staple Singers consisted of Mavis, her […]

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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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