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“Carnival” by Nora Jane Struthers

“Carnival” by Nora Jane Struthers

With a name like hers, Virginia-born singer/songwriter Nora Jane Struthers was destined for a career in bluegrass music. Funded by a Kickstarter campaign and recorded in Nashville, Struthers’ sophomore effort, Carnival is a fun and colorful album that takes you for a ride. Showing off her southern roots, the album opens up with “The Baker’s […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

Calling all music aficionados! Did you know that April 5th has been a groundbreaking day in music for decades? Let’s take a look back. Today in 1976, Led Zeppelin released their seventh studio album, Presence. The album was released by Swan Song Records and recorded during the band’s more tumultuous times when Robert Plant was recovering from […]

“From Nowhere” EP by Dan Croll

“From Nowhere” EP by Dan Croll

With the release of his first EP, From Nowhere, Dan Croll has earned himself a spot on the list of artists you should keep an eye out for this year. From Nowhere is a 5 song EP that features Croll’s eclectic mix of electronic and folk while showcasing his talent as a solo artist. During […]

Fall Out Boy Tour Selling Out

Fall Out Boy Tour Selling Out

Just in case you missed it, one of the greatest bands from the early 00′s is making a come back this year. Fall Out Boy shocked the world back in February with news of not only a reunion tour, but new music as well. Shortly thereafter, the band released their first single, “My Songs Know […]

They Might Be Giants Live In Studio

They Might Be Giants Live In Studio

In the WERS live mix studio, John Flansburgh picks up a wooden microphone case and knocks on it rapidly. “This would make a good snare,” he commented. “Mind if I steal it?” This is a habit he’s become accustomed to in the thirty years with best friend John Linnell and the cultural anomaly that is […]

“The Invisible Way” by Low

“The Invisible Way” by Low

Fans of slow, sad music should rejoice because Low’s latest album is some of the best you can find. Don’t be fooled – this is isn’t background music or music to fall asleep to. It’s far too engaging for that. Simple instrumentation plays the role of backdrop to Alan Sparhawk (what a cool name!) and […]

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we are playing a set from The Rolling Stones, who just announced a new North American tour yesterday including a stop at the TD Garden in Boston on June 12! The new dates are an extension of the Stones’ “50 Years…and Counting” shows late last year marking the band’s 50th […]

M83’s Anthony Gonzalaz Scores Film Oblivion

M83’s Anthony Gonzalaz Scores Film Oblivion

You probably know M83 as the French duo who finally crashed the American charts last year with their sixth album, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming. It reached number fifteen on the U.S. Billboard 200 charts, and the hit single “Midnight City” could be heard everywhere all the time. What you may not know is that M83’s […]

Ra Ra Riot Gearing Up For The Shins Tour

Ra Ra Riot Gearing Up For The Shins Tour

Ra Ra Riot and the Shins will both be here in Boston this May for Boston Calling, but Ra Ra Riot announced that they will be opening for the Shins on a string of dates before and following the festival. It has also been announced that Ra Ra Riot will headline three shows with Cleveland’s […]

Concert Watch: April 3rd-7th

Concert Watch: April 3rd-7th

Hello, sweet concert-goers! This week is a doozy in terms of terrific acts coming through—a shame if you should actually be training for the Marathon, but let’s be serious. A Dylan-Dawes double bill or drown in your own sweat? We’re just sayin’. Tonight, April 3rd and Tomorrow, April 4th: They Might Be Giants at the Paradise […]

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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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