Many of you know the joys of Spotify stalking first-hand. This is my personal take on the widespread (I think) social phenomenon. I was quite resistant to Spotify, preferring to listen to iTunes and Youtube for far too long. Even, shamefully, Pandora radio. Once I finally made the plunge, I wanted to keep it private…. Read More
When I decided to make a post about Tyler the Creator’s latest album, IGOR, I revisited the album and listened to it from start to finish multiple times throughout the week. It’s not something I have done in a while with albums because I generally cherry pick tracks based on my mood or expectations. But… Read More
Thanksgiving is a fake holiday. Take your well-needed break to rest and reconsider the origins of this ‘holiday’. While you’re doing so, please feel free to listen to this (insufficient) playlist of music by all indigenous and first nations artists from a variety of genres and nations.
Hey WRMC people. If you don’t know me, my name is C and I am the person that (with so much help) runs our station’s social media personas. I am a super senior feb, which means I will be graduating in fewer weeks than I really care to admit. I have discovered/named a new feeling… Read More
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
(My radio show is loosely based around my journey through In the Wake: On Blackness and Being by Christina Sharpe. I am going to try and put that in conversation with Noname on her verse in Ghetto Sage’s new song Häagen Dazs. A lot of this analysis was shared by Noname in a post I… Read More
If I give it some thought, I would say I have about 6-8 identifiable crushes cooking right now. They aren’t all big, most are quite small, but they definitely exist. And this semester, I think that is going to feel fun and messy. Which is funny to say, because what that translates to is a… Read More
a lovely group of first years came to the booth today and played some nice tunes!!! up and coming DJs put together this playlist so take a mf listen to the songs of the future : ) Adelaide William Thomothy Gwynnedlynn the Third Cherry Amaya Daza Alex Nina Ryan Asif fearless leader “Liam”
This playlist is dedicated with love to Maddy Goodhart and with fondness to the first yellow leaf drifting downstream.
I first saw .michael. when they opened for Big Thief at Brooklyn Steel—an 1,800 capacity venue, completely sold out for the night. The clarinet and guitar duo (Michael Sachs on clarinet, Mikey Buishas on guitar) walked on stage in colorful sweaters and stretched out their joints, then settled in with chaste confidence. They took their… Read More
What times are these When to write a poem about love Is almost a crime Because it contains So many silences About so many horrors… -After Bertolt Brecht I still miss my friends so much. It makes me sad to leave the people I love, even after just a week. I still get sad when… Read More