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new bollywood trax

did you miss my show on monday 11am-noon? probably. so here’s my playlist y’all. i pinky promise every single one of these songs is a gem. pinky promise. note: when i say new, i mean 2013-2014. new for me. new in the sense it’s playing on the radio in Bombay. so yes, technically these songs… Read More

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Hot 91: Best Tracks of the Summer Past

Every spring, WRMC hosts Top 91, otherwise known as the best party/radio countdown event of the year. In order to be eligible for Top 91 a song must have been released in the past school year, inclusive of the summer, and it must receive enough votes from WRMC DJs to merit a coveted spot. After… Read More

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Summer Spins: vol. I

Welcome to the first edition of Summer Spins, WRMC’s round up of the best new tracks buzzing around the station. During our break from programming we received a ton of great new music in the mail from our lovely promoters. With teetering CD stacks on deck and coffee on ice, your summer managers have been sorting… Read More

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TRACKS: Sepomana preview and other funky stuff

Hello beautiful people! Supposing that you missed last night’s installment of Strays and Takeaways (blasphemy), here are a couple of awesome tracks that I fell even more in love with whilst flailing my limbs to them in full blast up in the studio. INCLUDING: this AWESOME mix by none other than DAN DEACON, Sepomana (4/19)… Read More

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SHOW SPOTLIGHT: WRMC Automation

Have you ever wondered what’s playing on WRMC when no one’s on campus? Ever turned on your radio at 4 am and wondered why in god’s name someone is playing such a—dare I say it—“eclectic” playlist featuring Ricky Martin followed by Grimes followed by a Nigerian Funk song? Odds are, if you’ve tuned in during… Read More

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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

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Some Songs Last A Long Time: The Legacy of Daniel Johnston

Back in 1990, minimalist mastermind Daniel Johnston released 1990, an album chock full of longing, loss, heartbreak, and satan.   On the album’s fifth track, “Some Things Last a Long Time” the ever vulnerable Johnston trembles and lisps his way through the experience of a stifled and unrequited love to the tune of spare piano chords, stray guitars, muffled laughter, and… Read More

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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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Ah Wyntry Myx, Pt. 2

Hey, y’all. Have you noticed that this winter doesn’t seem to be letting up yet? Do you think that maybe, on the contrary,  it might even be getting worse? Today there was a near blizzard and I found myself covered in snow on a few separate occasions. Anyways, here’s a little bit of midweek color to add… Read More

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