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HEY! GUESS WHAT?   Finally, the day you’ve all been waiting for is here! Today, WRMC’s summer programming goes LIVE. Tune in at WRMC 91.1 FM within our service area or listen using our online stream (top left corner of our website). WRMC is very proud of its summer programming. Unlike most of our peer… Read More


Shortlist: Summer Anthem 2013

Summer is upon us once more, and you know what that means: summer jams! Summer jams are great because every time you hear them, you will immediately be plunged into a rose-tinted reverie regarding the summer in question, which has the double benefit of making the summer seem nicer than it really was and dispelling… Read More

Album Review

In Case You Missed It: Notable Albums, January-June 2013

Feeling left out of discussions about music this year? Worried you were so busy trying to decide if you liked the new David Bowie LP that you missed something great? Never fear, WRMC’s got you covered. Below, find an alphabetical listing of some of the year’s most notable releases — notable either because they’re great,… Read More

Concert News

Alpenglow tours the East Coast this summer!

Hey East Coasters! Alpenglow, a pretty dang awesome folk-rock band featuring current and recently graduated Middlebury students and others, is heading out on tour this summer. If they’re coming to a venue near you, be sure to stop by for an incredible show brought to you by lovely people. Find the schedule here and watch a WRMC-shot… Read More

Music News

Everything you need to know about the Boards of Canada comeback

The last time we heard new music from Boards of Canada was in 2006, when they released their EP Trans Canada Highway. Up until then, they stood alongside Aphex Twin as one of the biggest acts on Warp, the British independent label best known for its cutting-edge electronic releases in the 1990s and early 2000s. The… Read More


Listen: Beyonce + Timbaland + The-Dream, “Grown Woman”

Is Beyonce Giselle Knowles-Carter pregnant with her second child? Was she ever even pregnant with the first? We may never know the answer to these questions for sure, since the incontrovertible evidence is sealed in Queen B’s high-security, temperature-controlled personal archive (which really does exist — it’s really hard to write anything about Beyonce without… Read More

Music News

Kanye’s new album is called “YEEZUS”; new single ft. Frank Ocean projected onto 66 buildings around the world (UPDATES!)

Via Stereogum: Rumors have been circulating for a while now of a new album by Kanye West — who’s only released the collaborative efforts Watch the Throne (with Jay-Z) and Cruel Summer (as head of G.O.O.D. Music) since his 2010 magnum opus My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy stole our hearts, ran away with our charts, and swept the critics’ 2010… Read More

Album Review

Album Review: Savages, “Silence Yourself”

  Artist: Savages Album: Silence Yourself Label: Matador/Pop Noire Release date: May 7 Grade: A Genre: Post-punk RIYL: Bauhaus, Fugazi, Iceage, Public Image Ltd., Siouxsie and the Banshees, Sleater-Kinney Key tracks: “She Will,” “Husbands,” “City’s Full” One minute and twenty-seven seconds into “She Will,” the seventh track on all-female London post-punk quartet Savages’ extraordinary debut LP… Read More

Music News

WTF: Former WU LYF members form new yacht rock band, call it “Los Porcos” (?)

Yet another weird development for a band with one of the least predictable stories out there: three former members of the now-dissolved, tragically short-lived British rock band/cult/gang of hooligans/peddlers of transcendental experience WU LYF (standing for “World United Lucifer Youth Foundation”) have regrouped and formed Los Porcos, a self-described yacht rock band whose terrible name… Read More


Jai Paul just released his debut LP on BandCamp — OR DID HE?? UPDATES!

In 2010, the name Jai Paul was whispered excitedly as the British R&B singer’s only track, “BTSTU,” made the internet rounds. Its walloping synthesizers, cheeky sax, and seasick hip-hop beat were instantly appealing, but the real sell was the way Jai communicated foulmouthed statements of defiance and empowerment (“Don’t fuck with me,” goes the opening… Read More

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