I'd just like to remind everyone, WMUC members and guests, that we have a nice message board you can use to chat about WMUC, music, kittens, puppies and sinister space robots.
Check it out on the left.
The third rail schedule for July is below. It is a month of metal, thanks to Scotty Maxwell who hosts the radio show after Third Rail Radio (Leave the Hall!) on Sundays from 9pm-12am.
All Third Rail shows are live and on air, Sundays 6 - 9pm Eastern, and live audiences are welcome. Unless otherwise noted, all shows are free. You can come watch and listen to the shows live at WMUC Studios. Below is the schedule for this month!
For booking, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
7:30 pm, Tuesday, June 27th, in the basement of Tawes.
On Friday, June 16, Polyvinyl Records indie-pop group Saturday Looks Good To Me will be performing at a Third Rail event at WMUC. Also playing are Canada and Elevator Music. It starts at 8 pm. Sounds like Friday looks good to me, right guys? ...Right?
Sonic Youth's new album "Rather Ripped" is coming out on June 13, and it's one of the best albums of the year. WMUC Radio, along with Universal Music Group, will be sponsoring a listening party at CD/Game Exchange on Lehigh Road in College Park on Monday, June 12 at 4 PM. There will be fabulous giveaways, and you'll get to listen to the album a day before it comes out in stores. Get stoked, and we hope to see you there.
The Summer 2006 Schedule is now in effect.
UPDATE: the website has been updated to reflect the new schedule; we apologize for the delay.
After about 500 broadcasts over the last few years, the "Better Git It In Your Soul" radio program will air its last edition, this Tuesday 16 May 2006, from 6-8PM, east coast time, on WMUC. The show will focus on "The Best of 2006, So Far." The Harvman wishes to thank all WMUC DJs, listeners, and staff over the years that have contributed to the great time I've had serving up soulful, eclectic, time-spanning, genre-leaping musical journeys on a weekly basis. As Buddy Holly used to say, "Rave on!"
Editorial Comment By Colm: Rock on, Harvman. You'll be missed.
This Monday, May 15th 2005, The Joggers will be in the studio to do a performance and interview. They will be playing songs that they will not be playing later that night so be sure to tune in and listen. The Joggers have a show with the band Giant Drag at the Black Cat later that evening. Tune in at 88.1FM on your radio dial or at www.wmucradio.com
This week on The Wanton Machine (Thursdays 2-4pm), the band MONO from Japan will be in the studio to do a performance and interview at 3pm. MONO has a show with the band Pelican at the Black Cat later that evening. Tune in at 88.1FM on your radio dial or at www.wmucradio.com
This Sunday, tune into "Don't Be a Menace (while sippin' on crunk juice in college park)" to hear an exclusive interview with Chi-town's finest MC, Common as seen at Art Attack. Tune into the show from 9pm-MIDNIGHT to hear your host Ja Leavitt and Adam Levin grill Common and play some awesome beats.