04.22.2014

WHO IS COLIN STETSON??

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Colin Stetson could destroy Kenny G in a circular breathing competition. Meet the man behind the puffy cheeks before he performs at the ‘Sco on 4/24 at 10PM.


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04.21.2014

WOBC’S CMJ TOP TEN PLAYLIST 4/21/14

SPEEDYS BACK IN IT!

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04.21.2014

Finds from the WOBC Vault: March 2014

Did you know that the WOBC station houses thousands of vinyl records? 12″ and 7″, 33 and 45, pressed in 2014 and 1964, pop and rock and jazz and folk and R&B and classical and punk, world famous and unimaginably obscure. Every week, vinyl workgroup convenes to search through the depths of the WOBC vinyl vault and find some hidden gems you otherwise would never discover. Here’s a recent sampling of the best we’ve found.

Luther Allison: “The Little Red Rooster” from Bad News is Coming (1973). Arkansan blues guitarist – began by playing with Howlin’ Wolf and Freddie King in the late 50s, eventually found himself as one of the few blues artists signed to Motown in the early 70s, when he recorded his album.

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04.18.2014

SHOW OF THE WEEK: VINYL + JUSTICE

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CUYLER RULES! VINYL + JUSTICE 4-EVER!!!!!!
04.17.2014

WOBC-LFSB 020: AUSTIN VAUGHN

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Oberlin alum Austin Vaughn joined us for a very, very rad Studio B session. Check it out after the jump….


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04.17.2014

WHO IS FRANKIE COSMOS??

 

 

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FRIDAY the 18th at 9PM, FRANKIE COSMOS and PORCHES (solo) will perform at Fairchild Chapel. BUT WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE ANYWAYS?


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04.16.2014

Radio Diaries from the Community Radio Exco

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Check out the first finished assignment from the Community Radio exco!

The Last 4th Meal – Arcadia Rom-Frank

untitled – Taia Kwinter

Gnome More Loneliness – Sarah Chesire

News Director Sophie Hess and I are teaching the community radio exco this semester. For this project, we asked members of the exco to collect audio in a 24 hour time period and produce a 3-5 minute narrative piece with it. 

We were inspired by Radio Diaries, a project that gives people tape recorders to document their everyday lives – they call it “citizen journalism.”


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