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WRMC Alums Take On San Francisco Independent Radio

Two WRMC alumni, David Small ‘09.5 (former Business Director and Summer Manager) and Nate Edwards ‘09.5 (former Technical Director), have tackled the airwaves of San Francisco on the Mission District’s independent station Radiovalencia.fm. Their weekly show, Aleatoric Evening, blends an eclectic mix of rock, funk, soul, and electronic music (hence the name). Radio Valencia launched recently, in… Read More


Will Cuneo added to Sepomana line-up!

Will Cuneo has been added to the Sepomana line-up! He will replace Convergence Sound Project, who was set to open, but now will be playing after the show that night, in a venue TBA. Will’s band includes Bree Baccaligni on violin (filling in for Emily Luan), Davis Woolworth on cello, Bjorn Peterson on bass, and Nick Rehmus on drums,… Read More

WRMC Launches New Website

WRMC launches a brand-new website, aiming to straddle the online music world and good old-fashion radio in order to bring its audience the fullest listening experience it can!

Interview with Conduits

I recently had a conversation with Jenna Morrison, lead singer of the Omaha-based band Conduits. We talked about the formation of the hazy, shoegazy quintet, and their debut, self-titled LP, released this past March. We also touched on bringing the raw energy of live performance to the recording studio, and an epic Godspeed You Black… Read More

Sepomana in Pictures

Annual post of pictures from Sepomana. In descending order: Big Troubles, Sandro Perri, The Felice Brothers, prom king and queen. to be relived for ages to come.

Willis Earl Beal: Wants To Be The Black Tom Waits

And the bits and pieces of his story over the past couple of years make him seem cool enough to maybe pull it off. For one, Beal will sing to you if you call him (773-295-2135), or at least that was the case before Pitchfork recently posted an interview with him, as he was relatively… Read More

New York in the Summatime: Land of So Many Good Concerts

So since it seems like people flock to NYC over the summer for internships and jobs and such things, I thought I’d share links to the few websites that will direct you to most of the good live music in the city over the summer. The idea was born out of a conversation I had… Read More

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