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Riddim Watch: Tin Mackerel Riddim

Riddim Watch: Tin Mackerel Riddim

The London label Maximum Sound (Bwoy Killers) reveals his latest series very energetic dancehall with this promo mix led by Major Mackerel. The Tin Mackerel riddim is pulsating hot. The line up the sweet voice found Tony Curtis, Burro Banton Cecile and used in the home Maximum Sound and two new combinations with Konshens & […]

Riddim Watch: Shango Riddim

Riddim Watch: Shango Riddim

Shango riddim starts off with a police siren and it’s completely appropriate. This riddim should be arrested for being so good. Through out the riddim there is a melodious beat. Anthony Que starts off the riddim right with “Words of Wisdom”. Lutan Fyah then pleads in “Boost No War”. The rest of riddim is just […]

Excision Live at House of Blues

Excision Live at House of Blues

Dubstep superstar Excision stopped by Boston’s House of Blues on Friday night as his latest stop on his “Execution Tour.” Don’t be worried by this menacing label; it merely refers to a 28 foot wide, 15 foot tall video mapped masterpiece that displays a proud 420 square feet of 3D video screen mapping and of […]

Reem Performs Live In Studio

Reem Performs Live In Studio

Boston’s up-and-coming rapper Kareem Sully, aka Reem, is a nineteen year old well on his way to fame. He has a vision much wiser than his age would suggest, artfully mixing samples of Tupac with his own style and unbelievable versatility on his first mixtape, HYPE!, released February last year. In an interview with popular […]

Concert Watch: March 21st-22nd

Concert Watch: March 21st-22nd

Concert-goers, spring has sprung, though you wouldn’t know it from all the flower sprouts buried deep beneath this hideous slush. What’s the anecdote? Good music, of course, and there’s plenty of diverse options for you this week. Tyler, the Creator – Paradise Rock Club, Thursday March 21st This is progressive rap right now, and indie […]

Endangered Speeches Live In Studio

Endangered Speeches Live In Studio

This past Tuesday, emerging reggae group Endangered Speeches filled our live music studios to the brim with surround-sound gibes from brass to silky vocalist in honor of Live Music Week on Rockers. Lead singer Mariletta Konstantara had nothing but good vibes to share on Endangered Speeches’ recent work. ‘I think the music and the times […]

Macklemore on Saturday Night Live

Macklemore on Saturday Night Live

In the past year, Seattle rapper Macklemore and producer Ryan Lewis have blown up to superstar status in hip-hop. The two released their debut album The Heist in October of 2012 and after only a few hours it reached number 1 on iTunes. The whole album was independently produced, supported, and marketed by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis making […]

Live Music Week Spring 2013

Live Music Week Spring 2013

CLICK HERE to read about all of our exclusive Live Music Week performances. As always, during Live Music Week, WERS brings you an entire week of some of your favorite local and national acts performing live in studio. Thank you to everyone who pledge this past week to support commercial-free public radio! We raised over […]

“Let The Blunt Go” by Chris Brown

“Let The Blunt Go” by Chris Brown

New song from Chris Brown, “Let The Blunt Go” rose to number one on hotnewhiphop.com reaching 76,180 Views on the website the first week. It is totally different from his style when he first debuted as a young 16-year-old boy hitting the music industry hard. Brown was the first male artist to climb to the top of the […]

MC Lyte: “Poor Georgie”

MC Lyte: “Poor Georgie”

February is African American Heritage Month and WERS AT NIGHT is honoring one artist or one song every day this month that helped contribute to social consciousness, political responsibility, or civil rights. At WERS, we believe that these songs are always bigger than just entertainment; music can be used to drive a movement or even […]

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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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