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Upcoming Concerts: Spring 2017

  Spring Fever yet? Well, welcome to the Spring 2017 edition of WRMC’s concert guide to the Champlain Valley and beyond! Mud season, cold shifts, and freezing winds are no match for this season’s  line up of concerts. This schedule is frequently updated as more concerts are announced throughout the winter, so check back here often and follow… Read More

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Have You Considered Radio?

WRMC is looking for a Creative Director and Library Manager for spring 2017! If you think you’d like to get more involved and be part of the executive board, please email wrmc911@gmail.com as soon as possible for applications details. All applications are due January 31st 11:59PM/ET!

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Upcoming Concerts: Winter 2017

In between trips to the Snow Bowl, J-term procrastination, and tuning into your favorite college radio station, there’s a ton of concerts to check out! Brave the weather and get a hold of some tickets. This schedule is frequently updated as more concerts are announced throughout the winter, so check back here often and follow WRMC on… Read More

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WRMC’s 2016 in Review

YEAR END WRAP UP Shock and surprise paved the heartbreaking year of 2016. In the most bleak corners of the year we lost more music idols and icons than we knew how to deal with. The new year was met with the terrible loss of David Bowie and soon after came the loss of  Maurice White,… Read More

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I Researched Groupies On The Internet!: A Playlist

This is Summer Hathaway: band manager, class factotum, and former groupie, . If you’ve seen the cult classic film ‘School of Rock’ then you already know this. You may also know that is by far the most quotable movie of the century. Anyway, Summer Hathaway, needs to get it together. For too long has the… Read More

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87 % Piece of the Pie: A Playlist

After every half hour session of grilled bbq meat, cans of beer, and dripping pieces of fruit, all that’s left is the pie. For what it’s worth, the “old fashioned favorite,” is sweet, warm, comfortable, traditional and friggin’ delicious (one of the three things I can ever actually eat at a cookout). Apple, cherry, blueberry,… Read More

Album Review

Mitski // Puberty 2

Brandi: On a subway ride, the icy grasp of rejection, isolation and unrequited affection crawls over skin and pulls at tear ducts. There are too many people around for this to be a problem. At the core I become warm, my heart races past my panting and feels like it’s skipping. With only five people… Read More

Album Review

Frankie Cosmos // Next Thing

Tiny green buds and blades sprouting underneath thin veils of crisp white snow are a first sign of the transition to spring. Winter tends to linger, washing the skies with dreadful gray streaks and leaving traces of biting winds. All the while, there is a bright optimism that situates itself amongst it. In it’s transition… 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

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Lianne La Havas // Blood

Lianne La Havas recently put out her second album, Blood, on July 31st. If you have yet to listen to her before now, not only is a little self reflection necessary, but so is a repeated listen of this album. She has returned from her previous work, Is Your Love Big Enough, in 2012 to present a much more… Read More

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Tink Drops New Mixtape Winter’s Diary 3

If you’re still wondering what the song of the summer is, you probably should just come to terms with it not existing or understand that it already exists and you just don’t like it as much as the other participants of summer. If you have chosen to come to terms with the nonexistence and need… Read More

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