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Kim Deal Quits The Pixies

Kim Deal Quits The Pixies

The Pixies, or rather Black Francis, Joey Santiago and David Lovering (the other members), released a statement yesterday stating that bassist Kim Deal won’t be playing with the band anymore. Here is the official statement: We are sad to say that Kim Deal has decided to leave the Pixies. We are very proud to have […]

The Postal Service at Pavilion

The Postal Service at Pavilion

In 2003, The Postal Service gave us Give Up, but ten years later, the band found their fans holding the classic album up as something still so relevant. As a crowd of people who have grown with the album, The Postal Service made for a truly special night. The setlist of the show was predictable, […]

This Week In Music History: June 9th-15th

This Week In Music History: June 9th-15th

It’s a cloudy day in Boston for this weeks’ look back at music history. Hopefully that will change for the weekend! During this week in 1977, British rock legends Led Zeppelin basically took over New York City as part of what became their final American tour.  They stopped in the city for a total of […]

Throwback Thursday: Derek and the Dominos

Throwback Thursday: Derek and the Dominos

This week for Throwback Thursday, WERS is playing a set of music from Derek and the Dominos to commemorate the aniversary of their debut live performance. Derek and the Dominos were a blues rock group formed by guitar legend Eric Clapton in 1970 after  gaining fame as a member of bands like the Yardbirds, Cream, […]

Concert Watch: June 12th-June 16th

Concert Watch: June 12th-June 16th

Good morning, music lovers! Right now we’re getting a break from all the rain we had yesterday, and even though there’s more on the way tomorrow we’re not going to let some droplets of water get in way of all the great shows happening this week, right? Now let’s take a look at who’s coming […]

Grouplove Announce New Album

Grouplove Announce New Album

Los Angeles-based indie darlings, Grouplove, recently released the first single, titled “Ways to Go”, off their upcoming sophomore album, Spreading Rumors. The album is to be released September 17th on Atlantic Records. “Ways to Go” picks up right where Never Trust a Happy Song left off. The track is just as synth poppy, ethereal, and […]

Dan & The Wildfire

Dan & The Wildfire

Dan & the Wildfire came into the studio to perform a live set for WERS’ Live Music Week. The lively folk/rock group played three songs off of their second album Smoke Signals, which the group self-released in October of 2012. Dan & the Wildfire is composed of five members: the titular Dan himself, who is […]

New Releases Tuesday: June 11

New Releases Tuesday: June 11

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. SURFER BLOOD, PYTHONS This is the second full length album for the Floridia-based indie rock group Surfer Blood. In May of 2012 Surfer Blood […]

Lissie Live In Studio

Lissie Live In Studio

It’s been a few years since Illinois-native Elisabeth Maurus, better-known in the music world as Lissie, has released a new record. Catching A Tiger, 2010’s full-length release, was a well-received, original blend of folk, rock, and Lissie’s raw, powerful vocals; 2011’s Covered Up With Flowers was another popular release, a six track album made up […]

Kings of Leon Announce New Music

Kings of Leon Announce New Music

It’s been nearly five years since Kings of Leon’s fourth full-length release, the explosive Only by the Night that catapulted the band into the spotlight with chart-topping singles such as “Sex on Fire” and “Use Somebody”. The success of that album lead Kings of Leon to headline the Glastonbury Music Festival in 2009, as well […]

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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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