Hi WOBC! Vault workgroup here! We have some exciting updates.
Our recent Disco party was rip-roaring success, a crowded event with lots of dancing and great DJs. In addition to this event, our group has been putting together a compilation CD of all the best tracks we’ve found in the vault this semester. Below you can find the tracklist — most of these songs cannot be found online, so we encourage people to come in and search for these albums in the station! A great way to get to know the vault. Have a great summer!
Tempo no Tempo – State of Emergency from The Get Down
sharkattack – charline.look.for.the line
Jens Lekman – Waiting for Kirsten from An Argument with Myself
Savages – Sad Person from Adore Life
Art of Noise – Peter Gunn (the Twang Mix) from Peter Gunn
Shelley Hirsch – The Aida Song from O Little Town of East New York
Daniel Wang – Like Some Dream from I Was a Disco Malcontent
Fursaxa – Clé Elum from Alone in the Dark Wood
Slits – Earthbeat from The Return of the Giant Slits
Blonde Redhead – Elephant Woman from Misery is a Butterfly
Anna Rose Greenberg, Traffic Director and host of ‘Germaniacs’, interviewed Robert Meyer and Ringo Behn of Schramm. Schramm is a German EBM/industrial band known for their energetic live performances and hard-driving beats. Hear Meyer and Behn talk about Schramm’s upcoming album, the EBM/industrial scene, muscle cars, and more!
Anna Rose Greenberg, Traffic Director and DJ for WOBC, recently spoke with Leonid Chernitsky, drummer for the Russian ethno-industrial band MystTerra. MystTerra are known for their energetic songs and creative orchestration.
Anna Rose: What is MystTerra’s mission? What do you set out to accomplish when making your music?
Leonid: Well, it’s our life to play music. I think everybody that makes music for a great part of his life is some kind of a fanatic. Three men in this band have known each other for about 15 years. We’ve played different styles and at last we found what we can do best in music.