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Is Young the Giant Changing Their Sound?

By Andrea Williams Young the Giant stole hearts in 2011 with the release of their first self-titled album. In it, there was a hit song… Read More

Album Review: Adrianne Lenker “Bright Future”

“In her fifth album, ‘Bright Future,’ Adrianne Lenker introduces her audience to new instruments and a twangier sound, a step away from her typical indie-folk style…”

Interview: BW Gonzalez Hopes The Color Purple Changes Your Life

Art Courtesy of The Umbrella Arts Center The Umbrella Arts Center in Concord is running The Color Purple until June 4. DJ Mo Wilks from… Read More

Julian Lennon on Owning His Name and New Songs

“Julian Lennon is releasing Jude, his first album in 10 years on September 9th. He spoke to our host Phil Jones about his new music and reconnecting with the Beatles song written about him more than fifty years ago…”

Pick of the Week: Diana Ross and Tame Impala “Turning Up the Sunshine”

“Diana Ross and Tame Impala’s “Turn Up the Sunshine” is a song that bursts with energy. The ’70s-infused track was written and produced by…”

Between 2 Bostonians: Carissa Johnson + Coral Moons’ Carly Kraft Talk Being Women in Music

Graphics by Ainsley Basic Happy International Women’s Day! Just ahead of the holiday, we had local female musicians Carissa Johnson and Carly Kraft of Coral… Read More

Juliana Hatfield and Her Journey Through Isolation

Photography by David Doobinin, courtesy of Juliana Hatfield Boston’s own Juliana Hatfield is gearing up to release her nineteenth studio album Blood later this year…. Read More

Interview: John Linnell of They Might Be Giants Discusses Legacy of Band and What’s To Come

Photo courtesy of John Uleis  By Tatum Jenkins, WERS Staff Writer Thirty years after the release of their popular album, Flood, They Might Be Giants was… Read More

The Reformation of Lucy Dacus with Historian

– By Andrew Muccitelli – Virginia-born songwriter Lucy Dacus begins her sophomore album Historian with some of the most vulnerable lyrics of the entire record…. Read More

50 Years of Hip Hop: 2Pac

“We’re celebrating 50 years of Hip-Hop by taking you inside the life and work of legendary MC’s. This week: 2Pac. Make sure to listen to ERS+ where history continues to unfold…”

The Vault of Soul: The O’Jays

“Each week of Black Music Month, we open the 88.9 Vault of Soul, profiles of iconic soul pioneers. Continue reading to take a deep dive into The O’Jays’ incredible legacy…”

Interview: Overnight Sensations The Last Dinner Party Bring Their Modern Day Baroque Fantasy to Boston

“Encapsulating audiences with their grandiose debut album Prelude to Ecstasy, the Last Dinner Party became a global sensation seemingly overnight. Sitting down backstage with our staff writer Ren…”

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