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The Cesspool: Dark Entries Interview

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on September 11, 2018

Interview with Josh Cheon (Dark Entries Records) Dark Entries was born in the spring of 2009 to release out of print and unreleased underground music as well as contemporary bands. A project of Josh Cheon, a vinyl-focused DJ and collector, Dark Entries takes great care in preserving sound quality and respecting the aesthetics of its […]

Album Review: Mitski – Be The Cowboy

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on August 22, 2018

Album Review Mitski – Be the Cowboy (Dead Oceans) Mitski makes it look easy. Whether it be her lyrics, her voice or the way she weightlessly jumps around on stage during live performances, every aspect of performance seems to flow effortlessly into the next. Her compositional skills have put her in the spotlight as one […]

From the WUSC Vault #1

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on August 8, 2018

ARTIST: Wire  TITLE: 154  YEAR: 1979  LABEL: EMI/Harvest/Warner Bros. —-  After forming in 1976 and releasing their debut album Pink Flag in the epicenter of the first wave punk movement, Wire were originally pigeonholed as another punk outfit amongst a plethora of bands either being it or trying to be it. Pink Flag was Wire’s entrance into a world they really didn’t care for. Wire began […]

Biweekly Bio: Jacob Hamill

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on April 19, 2018

        You may think he’s ~Just Jacob~, but he’s actually Jacob Hamill, a DJ who runs the Cabinet of Curiosities show every Tuesday from 2 – 4 PM.   As a senior, he’s stuck with WUSC throughout his time here at Carolina, and now you all can finally get a glimpse into his life outside of the […]

Female Artist Discovery: Σtella

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on April 19, 2018

Based in Athens, Greece, singer-songwriter and visual artist Σtella (Stella Chronopoulou) fuses the sounds of 80’s pop, disco and modern indie rock to create a unique sound that could dominate the underground indie scene as easily as it could top the Billboard 200. While singles “Detox” and “Picking Words” gained enough airplay to make her debut […]

Album Review: Kali Uchis – Isolation

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on April 11, 2018

The time has come and Kali Uchis has finally released her debut album, Isolation. This album comes 3 years after her self released EP, Por Vida. Kali Uchis is a grammy nominated artist gaining notoriety for her unique sound, combining elements of early 2000’s R&B, jazz, funk and reggaeton into a more modern sound. Since […]

SXSW Female Artist Discovery: Sudan Archives

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on April 4, 2018

When she was 17, Brittany Parks started going by the name Sudan. 6 years later, she is known as Sudan Archives: singer/songwriter, violinist and producer. Blending R&B, experimental electronic and Sudanese fiddling, she shows a range and ability that is hard to find in pop music. Using nothing but a loop station, a violin and […]

Biweekly Bio: Rosie James

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on April 4, 2018

         Behold the first Biweekly Bio!  In this new portion of the WUSC Blog, we interview a member of the DJ body and give you guys a sneaky peek of the people behind the voices you hear on air.  This week, the spotlight is on Rosie James. A DJ and valued volunteer […]

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