Playlist: Breakfast Bops

Posted by WUSC on May 2, 2020

By Car Car Binks It’s easy to wake up on the wrong side of the bed in the morning. There’s drool on the pillow, your neck has an ache, and — wait, why are you so sweaty? But none of it matters when you have the perfect breakfast planned, and what better to go with […]

Interview: Bombargo – A Band of Brothers

Posted by WUSC on April 29, 2020

By Davis Schierlmann and Flynn Snyder Up-and-coming vintage pop band Bombargo is known for their infectious energy on stage. Made up of seven musicians, the band is embarking on a tour later this year and kicked things off at the 2020 Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival. DJs Hot Sauce and Old Bay sat down with […]

A DJ Retrospect w/ DJ Sam Sam

Posted by WUSC on April 28, 2020

By Samira Nematollahi // DJ Sam Sam Sadly, my time at WUSC is coming to an end. It has been the single most formative experience of my college career, and I will forever be grateful for the people – both listeners and DJs – who have made it what it was. I am very lucky […]

5 Course Music Meal

Posted by WUSC on April 24, 2020

By Erin Slack // Kodak Slack Staying in my house all day, every day, has made me realize that I am simply just existing from meal to meal. So, I decided to think about songs that have food in the title and analyze them to figure out the deeper meaning. If there is any. The […]

Album Review: The New Abnormal by The Strokes

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on April 17, 2020

By Sebastian Lee // Sebass Seven years after the disappointing release of their last full-length album, Comedown Machine, the Strokes have released a new album, The New Abnormal, which is an incredibly different and interesting release for the band. Before the release of this album, I was personally hoping for a somewhat return to form […]

Ian Urbina’s “The Outlaw Ocean”

Posted by WUSC on April 16, 2020

By Nick Gerace Whether it’s through the written word, photos, audio, or video, journalism has always offered insight into happenings that we are sometimes unable to personally experience. New York Times author and Pulitzer Prize winner, Ian Urbina, has a new strategy for storytelling.  In 2019, Urbina released “The Outlaw Ocean”, a culmination of 4 […]

Coming Soon: Charli XCX – “how i’m feeling now”

Posted by WUSC on April 13, 2020

By Samira Nematollahi // DJ Sam Sam Unable to leave their homes, musicians have been heavily impacted by the spread of the coronavirus. Some, like James Blake, have taken to Instagram Live to perform intimate, stripped down sets for their fans. Many have had to postpone their album releases because – even though the album may be […]

March Release Roundup

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on April 9, 2020

By Hadley Schaffer Ordered from best to worst Kiss My Super Bowl Ring – The Garden [Art Punk, Experimental Rock] Easily the most chaotic album of the year, The Garden absolutely killed it with this one. It’s such a beautiful blend of anxiety and aggression and sadness that all comes together so perfectly. The way […]

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