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Black Lives Matter.

In the past week, we’ve watched a powerful uprising unfold across our nation. Although the recent protests were sparked by the recent cruel and unjust murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and others, they are a response to the systemic racism that is intrinsic to this country’s history. Black Lives Matter. As a… Read More

TOP 91 & WRMC in the Age of Zoom Meetings

This year, Top 91 looked a little different. Instead of gathering at The Mill to sing, dance, and celebrate our favorite songs of the year, DJs tuned in to our live broadcast of the countdown. Towards the end of the night, we also hosted a Zoom meeting to announce DJ awards and wrap up another… Read More

Why have I only been listening to Phoebe Bridgers?

A couple months ago, my good friend Kate would not stop talking about Phoebe Bridgers. An indie/folk/rock-ish/really good musician from LA, Phoebe Bridgers was Kate’s favorite artist of the moment (and of all time, claims Kate). At the time, I was bouncing around listening to new kinds of music instead of my normal classic rock… Read More

WRMC learns the alphabet

a is not for apple. b is not for ball. c is certainly not for cat. here is the real alphabet for you to learn and listen* to: ambient-pop blues-pop
 country-pop
 drone-pop
 electro-pop
 folk-pop
 grunge-pop
 hip-hop-pop
 indie-pop
 jazz-pop
 k-pop
 lo-fi-pop
 metal-pop
 new-wave-pop
 opera-pop
 pop-punk-pop
 queer-pop
 reggae-pop
 synth-pop
 tween-pop
 ukelele-pop
 violin-pop
 waltz-pop
 xxx-pop
 yoyo-ma-pop
 zoo-pop with… Read More

a (playable) list

i find myself making a lot of lists these days. here is a list of things i have done to try to fill the gaping hole of not being able to do my radio show.   made a new playlist tried to draw a cover picture for each of my playlists  decided that was too… Read More

A letter to the WRMC Booth Room

Dearest WRMC Booth Room We miss you a lot and think of you often.  We are sad at the thought of you lying vacant. We hope that automation is keeping you, if not busy, entertained. We are SO sorry for that one time we brought a glass of water into your midst and hope this… Read More

Exec’s Decade of Music

In the long post that follows (if you read it all bless you), each member of exec took a unique approach to completing the somewhat impossible task of writing about their most important musical happenings of the decade. From concerts to album art, shower tears to fruit songs, here are the moments of music that… Read More

SHOW OF THE WEEK – Hijos del Sol

We’ve been super excited about Kaitlyn Velazquez’ show this semester. Maia and C sat down with her to talk about family, new experiences, and possible zombie apocalypses. KV: Okay, I’m Kai Velazquez. She/her pronouns. And then, I’m a first year. And my favorite fruit? I used to eat mangoes every day in AP English class…. Read More

Gen Board Playlist 10/4

Here are some tunes (both recently released and oldies) that djs at gen board have been listening to and loving! Check them out if you’re in a musical rut, and especially think about spinning the first half of the playlist on your show–– those the new ones!

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Interview – The Narcotix

This summer, I met Essie Quoi and Becky Foinchas at Devoción Coffee in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. As founding songwriters of Afro-psych outfit The Narcotix, they share a sisterly familiarity, often giggling at inside jokes and finishing each other’s sentences. Essie (guitarist, bassist, and vocalist) rolls a joint as I pull up my chair. Becky (drummer, keyboardist,… Read More

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