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UPCOMING CONCERTS: Fall 2015

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

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SEPOMANA SPOTLIGHT: Lunice

Hey you guys! In just three days, there is gonna be a sick concert in McCullough. As you know by now, Sepomana 2015 is going to be headlined by this hella chill dude Lunice. He’s from Montreal, makes trap and hip-hop music, and is probably best known as one half of TNGHT, along with Hudson Mohawke… Read More

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SEPOMANA SPOTLIGHT: Yonatan Gat

When people say about music, “it’s way better live than on record,” it’s usually in reference to electronic music, and generally a slight to the band’s albums. While the comment is true for Yonatan Gat, neither of its common implications are. Yonatan Gat is built for high-energy, improvisation-filled concert madness, and their records, like 2015’s… Read More

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Concert 4/24: Body Language ft. DJ Eric Hass

What’s up beasts; if you like to party, you’re in luck! There’s going to be a sick concert tomorrow in the most legendary venue on this campus: the Bunker (aka the Freeman INTERNATIONAL Center, ever heard of it???) Hopefully the lineup will unite all the bleep blood heads and indie hipsters who are perpetually warring on… Read More

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UPCOMING CONCERTS: Spring 2015

Welcome to the Spring 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.  Some major must sees include: the Cloud Nothings and T-Pain shows here at Midd, St. Vincent and Jenny Hval tearing it… Read More

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WRMC ALL DJ MEETING: Get a Radio Show this Spring

This coming Thursday at 7:30 pm we will host our biannual All DJ Meeting in Axinn 229.  This meeting is required for anyone and everyone interested in having a radio show for the spring semester, including returning DJs who had shows this past fall.  If you’re unsure whether you want to host a show or not, feel free to stop by the meeting to learn more or read… Read More

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UPCOMING CONCERTS: October & November

Welcome to the October & November edition of WRMC’s concert guide to the Champlain Valley and beyond!  This fall is jam packed with a bunch of great shows in Burlington, Montreal, and New York City if you’re willing to make the trip.  Some major must sees include a FREE Alvvays show, Alpenglow returning to their home turf, FlyLo and… Read More

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Pre-Grooveyard Open Discussion This Thursday

We know you’re all getting stoked for Grooveyard this Friday, but before Big Freedia frees your minds and asses, WRMC will be hosting a community discussion regarding how we can be mindful consumers of art and music in our pluralistic society. Starting at 5 p.m. this Thursday in The Orchard (Hillcrest 103), our discussion will touch upon the history of New Orleans bounce music, twerking, cultural appropriation within… Read More

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WRMC presents: GROOVEYARD 2014 feat. Big Freedia

With Ron Liebowitz departing our dear college following this academic year, it is widely acknowledged the school will face a staggering drop in twerking. Fear not, Middleburians, for we have just announced that Big Freedia, world record-holding twerker, Queen of Bounce and transcendent being of light will be headlining our annual fall concert, Grooveyard, on Friday, November 7 in the Bunker. Big Freedia is… Read More

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Flying Lotus // You’re Dead!

Consistency is key, says the new indie-n proverb I decided was true for the sake of this write up. A well-crafted, unique sound is any musician’s best friend; experimentation is the double-edged résumé-stuffer that critics crave (nay, demand!)  but only when done right. Change too little and you’ll become boring and cantankerous. Change too much… Read More

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