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MEET THE EXEC BOARD – JORDANA (’20)

Hellooooo wrmc! I’m Jordana, one of your fall concerts directors, and I’m super super excited for a killer semester of music and radio : ) This summer I am living all by my lonesome in upstate New York working at a general store and farm, attempting to not cook pasta for dinner every night and… Read More

Music

PLAYLIST: FRANCONIA RAGE

the ability to feel both of these at the same time: independence and longing uncanny—the experience of oneself as a foreign body summits forecast: in the clouds under cloudy skies the humid smoke shrouding the mountains hike 4,000 feet for your commute, stop showering, implore the peaks to grant you clarity, stack rocks day in… Read More

MEET THE EXEC BOARD – BOBO (’19)

  Hello people who read this blog! I am WRMC’s democratically elected Tech Director Bobo, serving WRMC again for the coming fall and spring. This summer I’m interning in software development in my hometown of Birmingham, trying to soak up as much heat as I can before I have to return to the frozen wastes…. Read More

MEET THE EXEC BOARD – JEFF HOLLAND (’19)

Sup radio freaks. I’m Jeff, your programming director for next fall and co-general manager with Maddy in the spring. This summer I’m living and working in Brooklyn. I spend part of the week interning at music promotion company Terrorbird Media, where I perform office tasks with hip Brooklynites while internally crying to Big Thief; and… Read More

MEET THE EXEC BOARD – MADDY GOODHART (’19)

Hi friends! I’m Maddy (she/her) and I’m gonna be your General Manager this 2018-19 school year. I’m originally from Newburyport, MA, but this summer I’m living in Middlebury and leaning into my rural alter ego with a vengeance. By day I work at the station, where Noah Sauer and I can usually be found in… Read More

Music

PLAYLIST: STRAWBERRY MOON

The air has burned at over 90 degrees for five days straight and a lack of fluctuation blurs the distinction between night and day. Heat rises, and if you ascend the staircase to your bedroom the warmth just hangs heavier. Normalcy is no longer an option. Rub peppermint oil on your wrists and drive up… Read More

Concert

Summer Concerts Guide

It’s summer again in the Champlain Valley! It’s time to swim in crystal clear rivers and revive the search for the ultimate maple creeme. Whether you’re being lawful and sleeping in your your designated residence or performing a stakeout on the floor of one of Middlebury’s air conditioned academic buildings, WRMC supports your cause. Here’s… Read More

Music

Playlist: Light Through The Clouds

Cold raindrops materialize out of the humid air. Treetops and old mill towers peek out of a thick mist. The scent of wet earth permeates the air. Crack the window to find the rain has stopped. Look up at the sky.

Album Review

Album Review: Lavender, by Half Waif

Listening to Lavender is like reading a fantasy novel before “maturity” ruined that for you. Nandi Plunkett—A.K.A. Half Waif—crafts haunting melodies that suspend you in a dusky dreamworld. She takes on the role of this world’s troubadour, disturbed by her travels, by homesickness, by a very beautiful kind of sadness. We follow her as she… Read More

Music

Interview: Eric Benoit on finding inspiration in trauma

On a guitar rich in bass tones and coated with tasteful reverb, Eric Benoit conjures a series of gentle arpeggios, punctuating them with a few well-placed harmonics. Then, with his lilting tenor, he carries us through simple, evocative lyrics: “I’ve never been to New Mexico / Never seen the canyons there / But I open… Read More

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