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Johnny Foreigner Live In Studio

Johnny Foreigner Live In Studio

“It took us ten hours to get here from New York,” says Johnny Foreigner’s drummer Junior Laidley. “We got caught in Christmas,” he says, referring to the heavy snowfall outside the WERS window. It’s the quartet’s first trip to the city and only their second tour in America. Johnny Foreigner originally hails from Birmingham, England, […]

My Bloody Valentine Announce New Album

My Bloody Valentine Announce New Album

It has been over two decades since My Bloody Valentine released their seminal album, Loveless. Since then, fans have been dying to get their hands on any sort of follow up. While not the most prolific band, from 1983 (the year they formed) to 1991, they managed to release a handful of EPs and two […]

Tame Impala at The Royale

Tame Impala at The Royale

It’s not always a good thing when a show is sold out. Sometimes that means half the audience really only bought tickets to hear some catchy single, and they won’t stop rudely shouting out their requests until their demands are met. Other times it means that the venue is honestly too small for it’s undertaking, […]

SXSW 2013 Announces First Bands

SXSW 2013 Announces First Bands

March is just around the corner… right? Well it certainly feels a little closer now. That’s because SXSW (abbreviation for South By Southwest, FYI) has just announced the first round of bands that will be performing at the nine day festival in Austin, TX. Some of the highlights include: Civil Twilight, The Dunwells, He’s My […]

Van Morrison Live In Belfast

Van Morrison Live In Belfast

See how our Van Morrison: Jump Into Ireland contest unraveled

Atoms for Peace Interviewed in Rolling Stone

Atoms for Peace Interviewed in Rolling Stone

Thom Yorke, the incredibly renowned and talented front man for the band Radiohead, has for a few months now been collaborating with his new group Atoms for Peace which consists of Yorke, Radiohead co-producer Nigel Godrich, and bassist Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Thom Yorke gave […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

Good Morning! It’s cold! Something you probably already knew with this sudden onslaught of frigid winter weather. Warm up with your weekly fix of music history right here! In 1967, one of music’s most notorious magazines published its first issue. Rolling Stone was published in San Francisco featuring John Lennon on the first cover in his outfit […]

Steve Aoki Live In Concert

Steve Aoki Live In Concert

If you are a cake owner in the Worcester area and was recently visited by a customer who ordered multiple large cakes with Dim Mak marked on the top. Well that only means one thing: Steve Aoki is in the house! It hasn’t been long since we’ve last spoke about Aoki on our Revo Radar, […]

Yeasayer at the House of Blues

Yeasayer at the House of Blues

As Old Man Winter descended upon Boston, Yeasayer fans trekked through the storm with scarfs wrapped around their faces and boots sloshing through the wintery muck. Despite the onslaught of awful weather, fans breathed a sigh of relief as they found a dry and warm spot nestled in the House of Blues last night. With […]

The Killers Announce Tour

After appearing on late night programs like Jimmy Kimmel Live and The Colbert Report, The Killers released a new tour video last week for their latest single “Miss Atomic Bomb” off their new album Battle Born. The video features backstage and festival footage from a past tour of the UK filmed by director Giorgio Testi, […]

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