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Liars at the Paradise Rock Club

Liars at the Paradise Rock Club

Art-rock fans were not to be disappointed at the Paradise last night as the stacked bill of Los Angeles based Liars and openers Unknown Mortal Orchestra put on a solid show and rocked the house. Kicking the evening off was the Portland, Oregon via New Zealand band Unknown Mortal Orchestra, which features former members of The […]

The Head and the Heart Live In Studio

The Head and the Heart Live In Studio

The Head and The Heart stopped in the studio to sweep us with their beautiful acoustic set. The band seemed as giddy as everyone at the station for the upcoming Newport Folk Festival weekend, pushing through their songs with a high summer energy. Having some vigorous touring schedules and working on some new songs, the […]

On the Verge: The Barr Brothers

On the Verge: The Barr Brothers

I wasn’t really sure what to make of The Barr Brothers (Brad and Andrew Barr, Sarah Page, and Anders Vial) as they entered the WERS studio on a Tuesday afternoon. Even though the band is a modest number of four members, they continued dragging more and more instruments into the studio until there were enough […]

King Khan & the Shrines at Brighton

King Khan & the Shrines at Brighton

Having expectations when going to a King Khan show is downright unreasonable. They’ll exceed, confuse, and scream away what you were thinking about when you came in. All you need to know is when you get a trumpet, a baritone sax, bongos, a drumkit, two guitars, a keyboard, a bass, and a King onstage, you’re […]

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. Passion Pit, Gossamer – Passion Pit’s sophomore album doesn’t disappoint. While some songs are as evocative and airy as the album’s name, others are […]

The Gaslight Anthem Release “Handwritten”

The Gaslight Anthem has finally released their fourth LP, Handwritten. NPR got on the boat last week and provided a full live stream of the album, putting fans in a frenzy. The band has just played a couple sold out shows revving them up for all of the hype. Handwritten has been received wildly well […]

Florence Welch Recovers Vocals

Florence Welch Recovers Vocals

About a week ago, fans of Florence and the Machine got the distressing news that Florence Welch sustained a vocal injury and “Wouldn’t be able to sing for a week.” This is especially troublesome given that Florence was just about to embark on a big US and North American tour. Her first official break from […]

Discover: “Here”

Discover: “Here”

July’s Album of the Month is Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ Here

Revo Radar: Reggie Watts

Revo Radar: Reggie Watts

Who ever thought electronic music could be funny? Reggie Watts, a comedian from Brooklyn, has been on the music scene for years. He started out as the front man for his soulful hip-hip rock band, Maktub. When he was forced to use a delay modeler in 2002 during one of his tours, he began experimenting […]

Best Coast at The Royale

Best Coast at The Royale

Fans of Best Coast were certainly not to be disappointed at the California-based band’s set at the Royale Boston last night. The show kicked off with two delightful openers: Diiv (a side project of Beach Fossils’ Z. Cole Smith) who treated the crowd to summery, lo-fi pop tunes off of their excellent debut album, Oshin, […]

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