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Muck and the Mires Live In Studio

Muck and the Mires Live In Studio

Muck and the Mires, a Boston-area rock band, rolled into the radio studio and started livening up the evening by creating some classic rock n’ roll sounds. The band is comprised of lead singer and guitarist “Muck” (a pseudonym used by Evan Shore), drummer Jessie Best, guitarist and back up vocalist Dave Mire, and bassist John […]

On The Verge: Theresa Andersson

On The Verge: Theresa Andersson

At 4:15 PM each Tuesday, WERS brings you our On the Verge segment which highlights an artist we think is up-and-coming. This week’s artist On the Verge is Swedish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Theresa Andersson. Theresa Andersson began her career as the violinist for Anders Osborne with whom she performed for nine years before going solo. In addition to performing as […]

Air Traffic Controller Live In Studio

Air Traffic Controller Live In Studio

Four members of the Boston-based indie-sextet Air Traffic Controller returned to WERS’s studio since the release of their sophomore album, NORDO. After setting up, the group — made up of multi-instrumentalists, Dave Munro, Steve Scott, Casey Sullivan, and Alison Shipton — wasted no time breaking into the popular foot-stomping, hand-clapping single, “Hurry Hurry”. From there, […]

On the Verge: Michael Kiwanuka

On the Verge: Michael Kiwanuka

Michael Kiwanuka was all smiles as he set up in the WERS studio in a varsity sweater and a thick, shaggy beard. Kiwanuka, of the United Kingdom, has had a crazy and exciting year, one that any emerging artist would be jealous of. After playing in bands for a while before signing to Communion Records, […]

Antje Duvekot Live In Studio

Antje Duvekot Live In Studio

Antje Duvekot stopped by WERS this afternoon to provide a break from the more upbeat summer songs we have been playing like “Anna Sun” by Walk the Moon and “Tongue Tied” by Grouplove. Duvekot, who hails from Sommerville, MA, spent her warm up time gazing out the window as she softly sang to herself. Her […]

On the Verge: These United States

On the Verge: These United States

These United States stopped by the WERS studios as they kicked off their summer tour to support the release of their fifth album last week. For the live set, front man Jesse Elliot took lead vocals, Tom Hnatow on piano, Justin Craig and Anna Morsett on guitar, and Aaron Latos on percussion. The band’s latest […]

David Wax Museum Live In Studio

David Wax Museum Live In Studio

David Wax Museum stopped by the studio to play a few new songs off of their album Knock Knock Get Up. Veterans to WERS, they began by tearing into “Leopard Girl,” a standout track from the September 4 release.  “Leopard Girl” was a good choice to start with because it showed off a lot of the unique […]

On the Verge: Justin Jones

On the Verge: Justin Jones

At 4:15 PM each Tuesday, WERS brings you our On The Verge segment which highlights an artist we think is up-and-coming. This week’s artist On The Verge is singer-songwriter Justin Jones, an artist from Virginia who’s fourth album, Fading Light, is available now. Jones has released four albums to date, the most recent having been recorded under […]

On the Verge: Lisa Hannigan

On the Verge: Lisa Hannigan

Lisa Hannigan is what comes to mind when you think of a regular Irish girl: she’s got the hair, she’s got the look, and – upon further inspection – she’s definitely got the sound. After seven years playing with recent indie music legend and fellow Irishman Damien Rice, Hannigan struck out on her own to […]

David Longstreth Live In Studio

David Longstreth Live In Studio

Last night, the indie rock group Dirty Projectors played a remarkable set to a sold out crowd at the Paradise Rock Club. WERS was lucky to have their frontman David Longstreth stop by to play an intimate, acoustic performance of some of the group’s songs. While their genre may be hard to pin down (if […]

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