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Ásgeir Trausti Live In Studio

Ásgeir Trausti Live In Studio

Now an annual event, our very own Reykjavik Calling is bringing to Boston some of Iceland’s finest and pairing them up with a host of talented, local acts. One of the main Icelandic attractions, Ásgeir Trausti, took some time out of his schedule to stop by the WERS studio and perform a three song, acoustic […]

Sóley Live In Studio

Sóley Live In Studio

On Thursday, Icelandic folk artist Sóley came into the studio to perform a live set for WERS in preparation for Reykjavik Calling at the Paradise, where she will be performing alongside Ásgeir Trausti, The Adam Ezra Group, and Kris Delmhorst. Sóley, a member of the Icelandic folk collective Seabear, began her solo career in 2010 […]

25th Anniversary of R.E.M.’s Green

25th Anniversary of R.E.M.’s Green

R.E.M. announced through their website this past Tuesday that they’ll be re-releasing their 1988 album, Green, as a deluxe edition on May 14th. Released twenty five years ago on Warner Bros. Records, the album was the bands major label breakthrough featuring the hits “Orange Crush,” “Stand,” “Pop Song 89,” and “Get Up.” The original album […]

“Daniel the Brave” by Adam Ezra Group

“Daniel the Brave” by Adam Ezra Group

On their recent album, Daniel the Brave, Boston-based rockers the Adam Ezra Group enter relatively unknown territory. Or, as the group puts it in the album’s liner notes, “Most of the tracks [on the album] are recorded live. Some are first takes. Some involve sounds we’ve never used on an album before.” The result of […]

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we are playing songs from the Who’s Tommy to mark the anniversary of “Pinball Wizard’s” debut in the U.K. Primarily the brain child of guitarist Pete Townshend, the Who’s Tommy was perhaps the first grand rock-opera ever recorded. Tommy is a double-album about an abused and handicapped child who eventually […]

Concert Watch: March 7th-9th

Concert Watch: March 7th-9th

Hey, concert-goers! Finally recovered from the massive heart attack the Newport and Boston Calling lineups gave you? Cool! We’ve still got a few more weeks of winter to plow through (groundhogs are inaccurate meteorologists), so here’s a few great shows to keep you sane in the meantime. Thursday, March 7th: Animal Collective at House of […]

Morrisey Switches 1989 Album Cover

Morrisey Switches 1989 Album Cover

Last month, Morrisey announced that a reissue of the 1989 single, ‘The Last Of The Famous International Playboys’ and the 1991 album, Kill Uncle will be released on April 8th. With hopes in creating something truly special Morrisey had an unseen picture of himself and David Bowie taken in 1992 in New York City, in […]

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. CAITLIN ROSE, THE STAND-IN Nashville-based Caitlin Rose has dropped her sophomore record, The Stand-in. Prior to her solo career, Rose was the lead […]

Little Boots New Album

Little Boots New Album

Back in 2009 with the release of her Gold-selling album, Hands, Victoria Hesketh became one of the most talked about new artists to surface throughout music. If this name sounds a little foreign to you, you may know her as Little Boots. The name Little Boots was given to Hesketh as a nickname by a […]

Field Report Live In Studio

Field Report Live In Studio

This afternoon, On the Verge presented to listeners the next band they’ll want to keep an eye on/be obsessed with: Field Report. Though their self-titled debut album was only released in September of this year, Field Report has a promising future ahead of them. The Wisconsin alternative-folk band stopped by the WERS studio with three […]

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