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In Studio Session: Poor Remy

Check out this video of Poor Remy, Brooklyn folk outfit/Kenyon Alums, played an outdoor concert to welcome Midd students back to campus way back in September.  Post-show they proceeded to play mini-sets all over campus, to the delight of the entire student body (including a private, in studio session right here in WRMC Studios).  Watch… Read More

Catch Arcade Fire Tonight at 1am

Arcade Fire are rapidly gearing up for the release of their fourth LP, Reflektor, out October 29th via Merge.  We’ve already heard a great, disco-inspired single, also called “Reflektor”.  They’re playing the season premiere of SNL tonight (hosted by Tina Fey) and will be sticking around for a special, 30-minute performance starting at 1am.  Check out… Read More

2013 WRMC Award Winners

This past Monday I had the distinct privilege of handing out awards to 19 of WRMC’s most distinguished DJs.  Check out the full list of nominees below, winners are bolded.  Congrats to all the nominees; what a great group of DJs and a great year of programming! -Alan, Programming Director Best On-Air Banter: DJ Pigbrain & Sir Spitzalot (Harry… Read More

Music Videos Recap: 11/15/11

There were some dope music videos released today.  First, WU LYF (World Unite Lucifer Youth Foundation) dropped a video for the standout track “We Bros” off of their stellar LP, Go Tell Fire to the Mountain.  It features teens running away from a decrepit cityscape, through a forbidden forest, eventually making their way to an ocean.  Additionally, The Black Lips… Read More

Stream Los Campesinos! "Hello Sadness"

Right now you can head over to NPR’s webpage to stream Los Campesinos! latest LP, entitled Hello Sadness, in its entirety.  The 40 minute album finds the band in the same snarky mindset of their previous three efforts.  While it may lack the more abrasive, harsh sounds of 2008’s Hold On Now, Youngster, this decisively more polished effort finds… Read More

Photos: Caroline Smith & The Goodnight Sleeps

In case you missed it last Friday, here are some pictures from the set in the Hepburn Zoo.  Shout out to all the bands that played: Caroline Smith & The Goodnight Sleeps, The Milkman’s Union, and Middlebury’s very own Alpenglow.  It was a fantastic show filled to the brim with great folk music. Check out the… Read More

Music Video: Beyoncé – Party feat. J. Cole

What does Beyoncé like to do at a party?  Apparently mow the lawn, wear yellow fur coats, and change her hairstyle about a dozen times.  Solid.  Check out the embedded music video below:

Show Spotlight: Something to Talk About

Every Saturday morning I scramble out of bed at 11 and have a fantastic day.  This is, obviously, due to the fact that “Something to Talk About” is the best start to a Saturday morning I could ask for.  Hilarious banter, poignant cultural observations, and general tom-foolery is the status quo.  Peep the promo video, embedded below, to see for… Read More

Stream Future Island’s "On The Water."

Two posts back-to-back–way to be, NPR.  Future Islands, the Baltimore band who killed it at Sepomana 2010, will release their third LP, On The Water, October 11th.  More subdued than 2010’s In Evening Air, the album makes full use of the Samuel Harring’s melancholie lyrics and gravely vocals.  You can stream On The Water in its entirety at NPR’s… Read More

Wilco Live: Merriweather Post Pavilion

As you should already know Wilco just released their album, The Whole Love.  A LP that finds the band squarely back in their Yenkee Hotel Foxtrot sonic realm, it features beautiful melodies and grating sounds that combine to form a delicate and complex soundscape.  NPR recently recorded Wilco performing a two hour set full of both… Read More

Leave Me Alone, Mom!

So, I guess I should start off this post with a disclosure: I’m good friends with two members of this band.  However, if I has stumbled upon their EP on my own, I would still be writing this post.  Based out of Oberlin College–Leave Me Alone, Mom brings a fresh face to the scene of… Read More

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