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Arianna Reyes hosts Stay WOC, an R&B/Soul show, focusing on music made by women of color. Over spring break, I sat down with Arianna to talk about her show, underrepresentation, and guilty pleasures.  WRMC: How would you describe your show?  Arianna Reyes: I play music exclusively written, performed, created by women of color. And also… Read More


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SHOW SPOTLIGHT: The Other Side of Time

WRMC has well over 200 student DJs each semester, but we also have a few faculty members in our ranks. Among the few and the proud, Bradley Gardener, a teaching fellow in the Geography Department, (known to his listeners as Dr. BG Cooper) hosts the hip-hop radio show The Other Side of Time every week on Tuesday nights…. 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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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.  

Dr. Dog perform at the Levitate Music and Arts Festival in Marshfield, Massachusetts.

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Festival Retrospective: Levitate

The Marshfield, Massachusetts, Fairgrounds are typically home to country fairs, agricultural exhibitions, and livestock displays, but for the third summer running they’ve been flooded by concertgoers for the Levitate Music and Arts Festival. I made the trek down to the site, about one hour south of Boston, to check out this budding event with a… Read More


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In folklore, a rat king occurs when dozens of rats, squirming and wriggling around in compact, dirty places become tangled and knotted together by their tails, creating a writhing mass, even freakier than than the sum of its parts. Just as one can imagine New York City subways being a prime location for a knot… Read More


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J-term is just around the corner and we’ve got some big plans for events, some new shows and DJs, and for the first time in a while….A WRMC PRINT PUBLICATION. According to various ephemera gathered around the station, tales of old, and the internet, WRMC’s original publication, FMPhasis hasn’t been in publication since 2004ish, but its history dates… Read More


Concert Show Review

The Dirty Projectors Live (Tonight In Burlington)

As you may or may not know, the Dirty Projectors are somewhat of a big deal in the indie music world. Or at least they are in the microcosm that is Lee’s recently refined music world. So when it was announced months ago that they’d be playing at Skidmore College this past Saturday night, I… Read More

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