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I’m Not With the Band

All Dogs always seems to catch me in transition. The first time I heard the band was in the summer of 2014, driving home after a job interview that hadn’t gone well. Something came on WRMC, bursting with reckless energy and harmony in turn. I pulled into the back alley on Bakery Lane to fumble… Read More



Ear Candy: A Semester of Sweet Tunes

The downside to college is that there no rummaging around your candy bag in post Halloween sugar cravings. You may think that sneaking a couple pieces from the kids you babysit for is going to suffice, but at the end of the day you didn’t get the candy yourself and it just doesn’t taste the… Read More


Album Review

Joanna Newsom // Divers

We, the human race, should be admired for our willingness to persist in our constant struggle against the realities of mortal existence. We’re highly practiced in fighting these realities, and yet we seem to perpetually lack any effective means of suppressing our fear of our own rapidly approaching demise, let alone digesting the idea that… Read More


Concert Show Review

CMJ // A WRMC in the Wild

Just like Bryson, Kerouac, and London, members of WRMC will venture into the wild next week. Unlike these male only trips into the woods, we are going into the depths of the concrete jungle. It’s CMJ time, and for those of you not looking at floods of charting and adds emails, here’s the thing about… Read More


Album Review

Young Thug // Slime Season

Photo by Kendrick Brinson Young Thug is an inexplicable character whose sudden rise to fame sheds light on the American music industry’s desperate need for something spectacularly different. Is he an artistic genius? Or has he simply fooled some people into believing he is? I argue that it doesn’t matter. He’s better enjoyed without analysis or… Read More

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Concert Show Review

S.O.S. FEST 2015: Day 1 Photos

Click on the thumbnails below to view a slideshow of photos from Crazyhearse, Vundabar, and Hop Along‘s performances on the first day of S.O.S. Fest, Friday 9/18/2015 on McCullough Lawn. Photos by Kate Leib.  



Slacker Sunday: Skool is 4 Chumps

Summer is over, school is in session and you’re probably in deep procrastination mode if you’re reading the WRMC blog right now. So quit trying so hard and embrace the season’s passing with a playlist meant for some Sunday slacking. Shark – Big Summer (Summer Ale) LVL UP – Bro Chillers Real Estate – Saturday Morning Built to… Read More



S.O.S. FEST 2015 Lineup features Hop Along, Lucius, and more

Ahoy Middlebury! WRMC and MCAB are proud to present the third annual S.O.S. Fest, a two-day music party dedicated to giving summer a sincere send-off and the the imminent tides of academia a warm hello. Jk. Come down to the McCullough Lawn at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday night for upbeat tunes and good times. It’s free! Check out what’s on deck for the fest:… Read More




Welcome to the Fall 2015 edition of WRMC’s concert guide to the Champlain Valley and beyond!  Most shows on this list take place at the three main Burlington venues – The Monkey House, Signal Kitchen, and Higher Ground or at various locations on the Middlebury campus. Don’t miss the stacked S.O.S. Fest lineup the first Friday and… Read More



Friday Favorites (IX)

Our 9th Friday playlist is overall laid-back and mellow. What a great way to wind down after a long week and relax while discovering awesome new music!



Friday Favorites (VIII)

Here’s our latest Friday playlist of awesome new music. This week includes J Fernandez, Teen Daze, and Worriers. It starts out relaxed and melancholy, gradually becomes more upbeat, and then ends with a psychedelic guitar jam reminiscent of Ratatat.

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