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Artist Of The Week: Atlas Genius

Artist Of The Week: Atlas Genius

The WERS Artist of the Week is the South Australian indie rock band, Atlas Genius. Consisting of Keith Jeffrey on vocals and guitars, Steven Jeffrey on bass, Michael Jeffrey on drums and Darren Sell on keyboards, the band has made a big splash this year with their song, “Trojans”, which is off of their debut […]

New Movie Track From TV on the Radio Singer

What do Elton John, Daft Punk, and Adele all have in common? They have all participated in the long tradition of collaborating with the film industry. TV on the Radio’s lead singer, Tunde Adebimpe, has added himself to this long list of artists by singing a track titled “Queen of Midnight”. The track was written […]

Bob Dylan at TD Garden

Bob Dylan at TD Garden

Nothing lets the excitement of a well-booked concert bill sink in like the evening’s printed poster with both band names scrawled across it. Fans proudly held tour posters to their sides at last night’s concert at TD Garden where Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler on the same piece of thick paper served as a time […]

Yo La Tengo Announce New Album & Tour

Yo La Tengo Announce New Album & Tour

Yo La Tengo have just announced that their new album, Fade, is set to be released next year on January 15th. Their last album, Popular Songs, was released in 2009 making it a good four years since the world has heard a new, full-length from the legendary indie band (they did, however, release an EP […]

Husky Live at Great Scott

Husky Live at Great Scott

Pulling in a large, energetic crowd for a late, mid-week concert in a small venue can be a daunting task for any band, but based off of the powerful performances from Husky and Hannah Georgas last night at Great Scott, it was evident that both of them were up to the challenge. To start the […]

New Art Exhibition by The xx

I absolutely love it when a band or artist takes the time to think beyond the music and the fame to bring us a further understanding of our human relationship with music in general. The xx, in coordination with audio company “Sonos”, have decided to help create an art exhibition around their newest album, Coexist, naming […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

Happy Friday all! Hope you’re enjoying the pre-Thanksgiving chill. To get you pumped for your imminent turkey-coma here’s today’s music history fix for your Friday. On this day in 1973, David Bowie’s first television special, 1980 Floor Show, was broadcast as a part of NBC’s Midnight Special series. This was Bowie’s first appearance after his publicized retirement on […]

Hurricane Sandy Benefit Show to Occur

Hurricane Sandy Benefit Show to Occur

As New York City continues to clean up from the devastating storm, bands such as Vampire Weekend, Real Estate, The Walkmen, Devandra Banhart, and the Dirty Projectors plan to put on an acoustic benefit show. The show will take place this Saturday, November 17 from 12-5pm at Brooklyn Heights Church with a suggested donation of […]

Throwback Thursday: The Beach Boys

Throwback Thursday: The Beach Boys

For this week’s Throwback Thursday, we’re celebrating the career of The Beach Boys in the wake of the release of their latest greatest hits album Fifty Big Ones. Has any band ever had such a wide appeal as The Beach Boys?  Sure, they likely have their detractors – maybe their music is too saccharine for some, too cloying, […]

Concert Watch: November 15th-November 18th, 2012

Concert Watch: November 15th-November 18th, 2012

Just like that, music-lovers, the holidays are upon us and the concert season is all that’s left to keep us warm aside from that expensive Christmas cheer. Awesome is audible this week, so let’s get straight to it. Thursday, November 15th, Friday,  November 16th, and Saturday, November 17th – Amanda Palmer at The Paradise Lexington, […]

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