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Daft Punk Preview at Coachella

Daft Punk Preview at Coachella

Coachella is in full swing of its first weekend and there are tons of amazing acts from every genre of music like Of Monsters and Men, Tame Impala , The Postal Service, 2 Chainz, Earl Sweatshirt and many, many more. One of the few acts that was not on the Coachella line up was legendary […]

Artist of the Week: JJ Grey and Mofro

Artist of the Week: JJ Grey and Mofro

This week at WERS we’re featuring JJ Grey and Mofro as our artist of the week! JJ Grey grew up in North Florida and had a typically Southern upbringing that he credits his valuing of hard work and self reliance – tenets that show up in all of his music – with instilling.  That experience, […]

Muse Live at TD Garden

Muse Live at TD Garden

If you would take one thing away from last night’s Muse concert, it would be this: Muse loves lights. They put them on everything from their guitars and grand pianos to their massive, pyramid shaped light show that expands and contracts and engulfs the entire band at certain points throughout the show. It is fitting […]

SKATERS Live at Brighton

SKATERS Live at Brighton

New York-based rockers, SKATERS, have been one of the most talked about new acts so far this year, particularly after their dynamic performances at South By Southwest in Austin last month. After their headlining show at the Brighton Music Hall on Friday, April 12th, it’s no surprise why. The band consists of Michael Ian Cummings […]

New Single From The National

New Single From The National

One of the biggest successes to come out of the Brooklyn indie scene, The National, are releasing a new album titled, Trouble Will Find Me and is due out May 21st. The first song to surface was “Demons”, which is a melancholic art-rock tune about letting your demons get the best of you and allowing […]

“Forever Endeavor” by Ron Sexsmith

“Forever Endeavor” by Ron Sexsmith

Breaking into the music scene, or any arts scene, is a young person’s game. It’s a lifestyle of concentrated rejection and perpetual toil – never quite knowing when or if you’ll “make it”. But Ron Sexsmith is a journeyman. Sexsmith has lived the lifestyle of an under the radar indie-folk artist into his 40’s. For […]

“Live From the Artists Den” by Amos Lee

“Live From the Artists Den” by Amos Lee

“Live From the Artists Den” – a PBS program currently in its fifth season – is known for producing select quality recordings of eminent musicians in historic locations across the United States. Previous artists and locations that have been featured by this musical project range from Rufus Wainwright, in The Church of the Ascension, to […]

Thom Yorke Gives Dating Advice

Thom Yorke Gives Dating Advice

Thom Yorke is a busy man, there’s no doubt about that. Along with being the creative force behind Radiohead, Yorke formed the band Atoms For Peace with Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, Beck & R.E.M. drummer Joey Waronker, and Brazilian born Mauro Refosco. Atoms For Peace released their debut album […]

“Guster: Live Acoustic”

“Guster: Live Acoustic”

The Boston natives in Guster may be known for their onstage humor, but their newest release Guster: Live Acoustic is all about the music. The band’s latest release, recorded live on their Spring 2012 acoustic tour with the Guster String Players packs all of the punch without any of the unnecessary bells and whistles. The […]

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we are playing a set from Bob Dylan to honor the 52nd anniversary of his first official concert ever! It was April 11, 1961. Bob Dylan had arrived in New York City three months earlier and quickly left a lasting impression on the folk community of Greenwhich Village. At the […]

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