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New Releases Tuesday

New Releases Tuesday

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. MUDHONEY, VANISHING POINT The Seattle-based alternative quartet, Mudhoney has released their eighth studio album, Vanishing Point. The record marks their first release in […]

Artist of the Week: Shout Out Louds

Artist of the Week: Shout Out Louds

This week, WERS is featuring Shout Out Louds as our artist of the Week! Stockholm’s own Shout Out Louds was formed in the early 2000′s by childhood friends Adam Olenius, Ted Malmros, and Carl von Arbin.  In 2001 drummer Eric Edman and keyboardist Bebban Stenborg were added to the lineup and the band got to […]

“What the Brothers Sang” Dawn McCarthy

“What the Brothers Sang” Dawn McCarthy

It can be concerning when younger bands attempt to pay tribute to an influential artist and then completely fail to do them any justice. A cover album is a deceptively difficult project to tackle because it gives the artist the unique task of representing not just their own musical vision but also the musical vision […]

New Live Video From Walk The Moon

New Live Video From Walk The Moon

Walk The Moon has been one of my favorite bands of the year with their release of their debut album, Walk the Moon in June of 2012. The album is full of hits like “Anna Sun” and “Tightrope.” The band has been touring in the United Kingdom and Europe for a while now and has […]

Phoenix Kicks Off Tour

Phoenix Kicks Off Tour

After a two year break, Phoenix finally kicked off their Bankrupt! tour with a string of west coast shows. Opening the tour at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, the band played the entirety of both their new album, Bankrupt!, and 2009’s Grammy-winning, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix. This segment of the tour acts as a warm-up […]

Vampire Weekend Video Sparks Controversy

Vampire Weekend Video Sparks Controversy

Indie rockers and baroque poppers Vampire Weekend have recently pushed back the release date for their third album, titled Modern Vampires of the City, from May 7th to May 14th. While this announcement garnered some negative attention, the band is receiving major criticism over their recent music video for the single “Diane Young.” In this […]

“Muchacho” by Phosphorescent

“Muchacho” by Phosphorescent

Phosphorescent, the pseudonym for the recording project of Alabama raised, Brooklyn based musician Matthew Houck, has been recording music under this name since 2001. Stylistically, his music is habitually hard to pin down, and his latest release, Muchacho, is no exception. Houck explores elements of folk, country, synth-pop, and experimental music all held together with […]

City and Colour New Single

City and Colour New Single

On March 27th, Dallas Green, or more commonly known by his stage name City and Colour, announced that he would be releasing a new album titled The Hurry and The Harm on June 4th. Two weeks ago, City and Colour released their single “Of Space and Time” and according to Green’s Facebook page, he was […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

It’s a big week for birthdays in music this week in history, with some big WERS artists getting older, wiser, and closer to another four-disc career retrospective release. With Tracy Chapman, Norah Jones, and Eric Clapton all sharing a common birthday tomorrow and Richard Thompson, Muddy Waters, and Billie Holiday all ringing one in this […]

My Chemical Romance Announces Split

My Chemical Romance Announces Split

Teen angst all over the world suffered a blow this week when My Chemical Romance announced the end of their time together.  For the past twelve years, MCR have provided a soundtrack for teens that felt any rage, anger, or sadness– so, everyone at some point. Over their career the band released four albums, starting […]

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