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Morrisey Switches 1989 Album Cover

Morrisey Switches 1989 Album Cover

Last month, Morrisey announced that a reissue of the 1989 single, ‘The Last Of The Famous International Playboys’ and the 1991 album, Kill Uncle will be released on April 8th. With hopes in creating something truly special Morrisey had an unseen picture of himself and David Bowie taken in 1992 in New York City, in […]

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. CAITLIN ROSE, THE STAND-IN Nashville-based Caitlin Rose has dropped her sophomore record, The Stand-in. Prior to her solo career, Rose was the lead […]

Little Boots New Album

Little Boots New Album

Back in 2009 with the release of her Gold-selling album, Hands, Victoria Hesketh became one of the most talked about new artists to surface throughout music. If this name sounds a little foreign to you, you may know her as Little Boots. The name Little Boots was given to Hesketh as a nickname by a […]

Field Report Live In Studio

Field Report Live In Studio

This afternoon, On the Verge presented to listeners the next band they’ll want to keep an eye on/be obsessed with: Field Report. Though their self-titled debut album was only released in September of this year, Field Report has a promising future ahead of them. The Wisconsin alternative-folk band stopped by the WERS studio with three […]

“How I Knew Her” by Nataly Dawn

“How I Knew Her” by Nataly Dawn

One half of indie folk duo Pomplamoose, Nataly Dawn has had quite the success over the past three years. With her voice gracing a national Toyota commercial, appearing on NPR’s All Things Considered, and lending her talents to a Barry Manilow track, Dawn announced a solo-effort in 2011. The album financed by a KIckstarter campaign with […]

Artist of the Week: The Adam Ezra Group

Artist of the Week: The Adam Ezra Group

This week WERS is featuring The Adam Ezra Group as our Artist of the Week! We’ve been big fans of Adam Ezra here at WERS for a long time and are so thrilled to have them perform this Saturday at WERS Presents: Reykjavik Calling at the Paradise Rock Club. Adam Ezra and his band are […]

Matt and Kim New Video

Matt and Kim New Video

A few days ago indie pop duo/couple Matt and Kim uploaded a music video to Youtube for their song “It’s Alright.” This is the second music video off of their most recent album, Lightning. Matt and Kim videos are always extremely interesting and quirky like how the video for “Let’s Go” was based around awkward […]

Kris Delmhorst Live In Studio

Kris Delmhorst Live In Studio

This afternoon Boston singer songwriter Kris Delmhorst stopped by the WERS studios for an intimate live set. In anticipation of this Saturday’s event, WERS Presents: Reykjavik Calling, we spoke to Delmhorst about her current work and the collaborative process. Delmhorst has been on the acoustic music scene for years and has numerous albums and EPs […]

Alt-J Live at the Paradise

Alt-J Live at the Paradise

On Sunday, March 2, the Paradise Rock Club held a sold out crowd that was murmuring with excitement even before the doors opened. English indie rock band Alt-J opened their US tour to this crowd, the first night of an almost nonstop tour that runs until October, which includes stops at music festivals like Coachella, […]

National Record Store Day 2013

National Record Store Day 2013

Record Store Day, the annual celebration of all things music and vinyl related (excluding the pants), returns on April 20th and there will be TONS of new records to pick up. Warner Bros. Records has recently announced their 2013 Record Store Day plans and plenty of familiar, WERS artists are featured. Some of the highlights […]

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