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Concert Watch: March 13th-15th

Concert Watch: March 13th-15th

Ah, Boston in springtime. Great concerts, drunk people tripping over each other whether they’re Irish or not, and the sweet smell of lingering slush. Makes you want to take refuge at the latest killer show, doesn’t it? There’s plenty of greatness going on this week for you, whether your hangover cure is indie rock or […]

Kate Nash Live at Paradise

Kate Nash Live at Paradise

Kate Nash is every girl’s dream best friend. Her performance at the Paradise Rock Club last night was the first stop of her three-month tour to promote her newest album, Girl Talk, and the evening was a celebration of feminism and friendship. The crowd was a mix of ages and genders, and despite waiting in a long line in […]

Weezer Sets Sail For Second Cruise

Weezer Sets Sail For Second Cruise

Super-fans of the Los Angeles native band, Weezer will be happy to know that the band is setting sail back into the water for their second annual Weezer Cruise. Wait, how can you combine paradise with one of the greatest alternative bands of all time? Well, it’s been two years since Weezer set sail aboard a Carnival cruise […]

WERS at SXSW 2013

WERS at SXSW 2013

Stay tuned this week for live updates from this year’s South by Southwest music conference in Austin, Texas! Including updates from exclusive industry panels; talks by Depeche Mode and Jared Leto; and performances by… Dawes, Iron & Wine, The Flaming Lips, Butch Walker, Air Traffic Controller, Alt-J, Delta Rae, Surfer Blood, Guards, He’s My Brother She’s […]

Husky Live In Studio

Husky Live In Studio

Husky, led by singer/guitarist Husky Gawenda came to the WERS studio all the way from Melbourne, Australia to play songs from their debut album, Forever So. The four-piece band consisted of an acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and keyboard. Their sound seemed to suspiciously manifest itself through the facial hair of Gawenda; thick and woodsy, yet […]

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. DAVID BOWIE, THE NEXT DAY David Bowie’s first release in ten years, The Next Day, has finally dropped. Bowie was in the studio […]

Taylor Swift Is Taking Over

Taylor Swift Is Taking Over

Taylor Swift has swept America off their feet with her spunky lyrics, age-appropriate style, and seemingly good humor. Like all profitable pop stars, this twenty-three year old young woman has four albums to her name, a perfume, seven Grammy Awards, and the notorious track record of boyfriends. If you type in Google, “Taylor Swift and…” there will […]

“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 […]

“On My Mind/In My Heart” by Jesse Dee

“On My Mind/In My Heart” by Jesse Dee

Jesse Dee is undoubtedly one of Boston’s masters of the throwback sound. What might come as a surprise, however, is that this master musician did not pick up his first guitar until he was eighteen. Earlier this week, Dee released his sophomore album On My Mind/In My Heart, an effort that he co-produced just outside […]

Artist of the Week: Air Traffic Controller

Artist of the Week: Air Traffic Controller

This week WERS is featuring one of our favorite Boston bands, Air Traffic Controller, as our Artist of the Week! There is perhaps no more aptly-titled band than Air Traffic Controller – lead vocalist and guitar player Dave Munro was himself an air traffic controller in the US Navy.  During his deployment Munro recorded some […]

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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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