We are proud to come back this semester with such a strong session! Alumni Ron Shalom and Austin Vaughn Returned for a great seamless session in november. We loved to have them in the studio! Stay tuned as we post the final sessions from last semester and keep listening at 1PM on sundays for all new sessions!
Its been a while since our last Release- But Live From Studio B now presents Sea Pups!! It was a pleasure to have these guys in the studio and they sound awesome!
Live From Studio B would also like to apologize to both our audience as wellas Sea Pups. Because of unforeseen technical difficulties- We regret to inform you we will not be posting any videos of this amazing session.
Keep Listening! Our next release will be Idol Hour!
The Indiana Jones movie with Sean Connery in it because it’s also about looking for treasure that you’ll only find if you have a pure heart. Also sometimes I feel like a kooky old knight.
Here’s some of the best stuff so far:
Electric Cars-The Heurs
All Confused-Cult Babies
I Keep My Wallet in My Back Left Pocket-Andrew Jefferies
Shop Drop-King Champion Sounds
Don’t Hold My Hand-Back Pages
Superstardome-The Artificial Flower Company
Cassie (Come Home) The Royal Wees
Constantly In Love-Younghusband
Pin Me Up-Mavis Gary
Sad Songs-Girl Brains
Green Fire-King Virus and the Bubbling Foggy Eye
Robinhood Loves Shooting Arrows for Nothing-Bison
The Joneses-Zapoppin’(w/ Julian Gaskell and Dave Hart)
Police Academy VII-Ermine Coats
your favorite WOBC show (when and which dj)
Truly a hard question because we’re shreddin’ this semester. Earwax is always excellent (DJ MJ, Tuesdays 4-5 pm). Junky Bea’s got great taste and is super fun ‘cause you never know when she’s gonna be popping in for a set. 12-Inch Single (Steve Friday’s 6-8) is the perfect soundtrack to get you jazzed for the weekend. But I’m honestly most excited about Live From Studio B because it’s as good as anything any “professional media outlet” puts out and also I love Oberlin bands and TV.
favorite band right now
Probably Game Theory. They’re not new or anything but they’ve got a big catalog of weirdo pop songs, kind of a midway point between 80s pop and the work of the late Lou Reed. Recommended for weirdos.
who in the world do you wish would listen to your show (dead or alive)?
Somebody that can pay me to do this. Ryan Schreiber? Carles? The eBay dude?