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Exec Files: Vol. III

The WRMC executive board presents their favorite tracks, albums, artists, and/or music videos of the week, old and new, but mostly new. TRACK: Run the Jewels – “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry” Barring the fact that it has run rampant underground for the better part of a decade, industrial-inspired house-tinged rap has blown up these past few years on… Read More


Exec Files: Vol II

The WRMC executive board presents their favorite tracks, albums, artists, and/or music videos of the week, old and new, but mostly new. ALBUM: Aphex Twin – Syro (2014) Label: Warp // Genre: Electronic Mr. Twin – no, sorry, Mr. James’s first record under the Aphex Twin moniker in 13 years! Holy cow. Anyway, given the nature of this album, that it… Read More

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Exec Files: Vol. I

The WRMC executive board presents their favorite tracks, albums, artists, and/or music videos of the week, old and new, but mostly new. TRACK: Mr. Twin Sister – “Blush” The Long Island dream-pop band Mr Twin Sister (formerly known as Twin Sister, androgyny win) just released an eponymous full length LP. The music is equal parts lovely, dancey,… Read More


WRMC ALL DJ MEETING: Get a Radio Show this Fall!

This Thursday at 8 pm all Middlebury music lovers and radioheads alike are invited to convene in McCullough Social Space for the biannual WRMC All DJ Meeting.  This meeting is a must for anyone and everyone interested in having a radio show for the fall semester. WAIT…MIDDLEBURY HAS A RADIO STATION? Yes.  Since 1949. WHAT! WHERE?… Read More

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The Lesson from Snapline

Part 1: Do Chinese people, like, listen to music? I’ve been in Beijing for six months. It’s great, thanks for asking. The calendar days are shedding off quicker and quicker. In two months, I’ll be off the boat, and yet almost assuredly washed away in the undertow of my inebriated friends’ questions about Chinese food… Read More


febmester in india

Crashcourse on India as per Matti Suomenaro ‘16.5 who spent his febmester in Karnataka. I talked to him about what memories most stuck out to him. Then I matched bollywood songs to those memories. The Poverty Of course, I HAD to play something from Slumdog Millionaire. Train and Bus Rides People Singing In Churches Songs Shot… Read More


Bollywood Remixed

Every wondered if Bollywood house/dubstep/trap exists? I did. And so I did some research. And it does. Don’t be scared. I was worried it wasn’t really going to be good too. Surprise, surprise. It’s amazing. And you should listen to it. Here’s my playlist from last week: Tumse Hi Pretty much a guy singing about… Read More

current fav bollywood tracks

Incase you missed my show last Thursday, here’s my current favorite Bollywood tracks! Including hyperlinks (omg!!) and a quick description of what the song’s about and why I like it. It will becoming increasingly clear that I’m a little bit of a romantic. sari i’m not sari! xoxo Ya Rabba A sad love ballad about… Read More

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Music I Should’ve Grown Up With (2004-2006)

Ah, the middle 2000s, those delightful years of supreme teenage awkwardness. Writing this particular week’s entry forced me to reflect on these difficult times and, well, I’m just getting over the feeling of continuously shuttering with mortification. However, despite my own social hopelessness, these days brought some absolutely incredible music. Three of my (current) favorites… Read More


The Groove Guru Presents: Blues-Jazz-Funk from Indie India

There are few things in life more orgasmic than a good blues lick, that perfect, sultry jazz line, or just the pulsating, visceral scratchiness of a funk song that makes you feel beautifully primal. There is a palpable energy to this music that is so complex yet so simple in its effect on body and… Read More


The Groove Guru #2

Hello again friends and lovers. On my last post I introduced you to the existence of a vibrant and energetic indie music scene here in India, and we talked about a broad spectrum of musicians that have been fundamental to the establishment of this core. This week, I’m talking about artists who, quite frankly in… Read More

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