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New Strokes Video Released

New Strokes Video Released

By now, the music world has heard two new tracks off of The Strokes’ March 26th release Comedown Machine. “One Way Trigger,” the a-Ha’s “Take On Me” inspired track, has led people to think the album will be completely in the same vein. This would be a complete departure from The Strokes original sound and acceptance of frontman Julian […]

Jukebox The Ghost Live at Brighton

Jukebox The Ghost Live at Brighton

Just a little bit of quirky, a dash of wit, and a lot of energy are what came together to make Jukebox the Ghost’s show at Brighton Music Hall to make a memorable one. Opening for Jukebox the Ghost first was The Spring Standards, a New York based band consisting of members James Clear, Heather […]

Lord Huron Live at the Moody Theater

Lord Huron Live at the Moody Theater

After hearing about Los Angeles folk rockers Lord Huron on various podcasts, they quickly secured a place in my heart. Between the anthemic woah-oh-oh’s and playful drum beats, I knew this would be a set not to miss at SxSW. As my first stop of the night, I didn’t know what to expect. Would the […]

Throwback Thursday: The Kinks

Throwback Thursday: The Kinks

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we are playing a set from the Kinks to honor the 48th anniversary of their third single in a row to become a Top Ten Hot 100 hit and Top 3 UK hit, “Tired of Waiting For You”. The Kinks were at the forefront of the British Beat movement and […]

Concert Watch: March 13th-15th

Concert Watch: March 13th-15th

Ah, Boston in springtime. Great concerts, drunk people tripping over each other whether they’re Irish or not, and the sweet smell of lingering slush. Makes you want to take refuge at the latest killer show, doesn’t it? There’s plenty of greatness going on this week for you, whether your hangover cure is indie rock or […]

Kate Nash Live at Paradise

Kate Nash Live at Paradise

Kate Nash is every girl’s dream best friend. Her performance at the Paradise Rock Club last night was the first stop of her three-month tour to promote her newest album, Girl Talk, and the evening was a celebration of feminism and friendship. The crowd was a mix of ages and genders, and despite waiting in a long line in […]

Weezer Sets Sail For Second Cruise

Weezer Sets Sail For Second Cruise

Super-fans of the Los Angeles native band, Weezer will be happy to know that the band is setting sail back into the water for their second annual Weezer Cruise. Wait, how can you combine paradise with one of the greatest alternative bands of all time? Well, it’s been two years since Weezer set sail aboard a Carnival cruise […]

WERS at SXSW 2013

WERS at SXSW 2013

Stay tuned this week for live updates from this year’s South by Southwest music conference in Austin, Texas! Including updates from exclusive industry panels; talks by Depeche Mode and Jared Leto; and performances by… Dawes, Iron & Wine, The Flaming Lips, Butch Walker, Air Traffic Controller, Alt-J, Delta Rae, Surfer Blood, Guards, He’s My Brother She’s […]

Husky Live In Studio

Husky Live In Studio

Husky, led by singer/guitarist Husky Gawenda came to the WERS studio all the way from Melbourne, Australia to play songs from their debut album, Forever So. The four-piece band consisted of an acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and keyboard. Their sound seemed to suspiciously manifest itself through the facial hair of Gawenda; thick and woodsy, yet […]

On the Verge: Husky

On the Verge: Husky

This week’s artist On The Verge is the Australian indie-folk  band Husky who base themselves out of Melbourne. The four piece band is made up of Husky Gawenda, Luke Collins, Evan Tweedie and Gideon Preiss and they have opened for such acts as Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Devendra Banhart, The Shins, Gotye, and Noah […]

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