April 13 Third Rail featuring Double Dagger, Ponytail, the Flying Eyes

Double Dagger - Baltimore minimalist hardcore, with lyrics about graphic design and urban planning. Winners of the Baltimore CityPaper's 2007 "Best Song" award for "Luxury Condos For The Poor".
Ponytail - Baltimore surf-thrash. New album out on We Are Free Records June 17.
The Flying Eyes - Baltimore/College Park tribal-psych-blues-rock. New EP "Bad Blood" out now!

Starts at 6 PM and is open to the public, at our studio at 3130 South Campus Dining Hall. Listen in, either over the air at 88.1 FM, or on this website.


Buy awesome vinyl and CDs from great vendors--on campus!

Over 25 vendors are coming from all over to meet in the Stamp Student Union, Saturday, April 12, and sell you records of all sizes and speeds, CDs, and all sorts of other music-related goodies. Featuring DJing from WMUC staff and a WMUC consignment table, where you can exchange possessions with DJs!

10 AM - 3 PM
The Atrium of the Stamp Student Union

Easter Sunday on WMUC

This Sunday, WMUC will be hosting the Stanford Harmonics, an a cappella group from Stanford University, for a special live performance on Third Rail Radio as part of their Spring tour. They've offered to take caller requests and improvise them... you heard me!

Virginian singer/songwriter Meade Skelton will round out the evening with his catchy, quirky songs that blend country, pop, americana, and more. We'll talk to Meade about his music, his roots, and the Internet notoriety that has made him a local sensation.

†††††††††††JUSTICE GIVEAWAY†††††††††††

listen in to stands for decibels and schönkinder, both from 10-midnight, for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the justice show at sonar baltimore. 9:30 is sold out and sonar is a much better venue, so LISTEN UP!


Third Rail 3/2 - Detox Retox, Monument, the Fordists

Sunday March 2 (in order of appearance)
Detox Retox - featuring former WMUC DJs Michael Parker and Nate Frey
Monument - noodly 90's-style emo featuring former WMUC GM Anton Kropp, former DJs Dan Doggett and Gabe Marquez, and the inimitable Brandon Korch
The Fordists - rhythmic and funky punk rock along the lines of Fugazi and the Clash

6 PM AS ALWAYS, COME OUT AND PLAY (you gotta keep 'em separated)

Chuck Dukowski on WMUC!

Chuck Dukowski, of Black Flag, Wurm, October Faction, SWA and The Chuck Dukowski Sextet, will be on air this Friday on the Mysterious Maux Show!

We will be talking about his current band, The Chuck Dukowski Sextet and their new album, Reverse The Polarity, as well as about Chuck himself, his days with Black Flag and ancient Mayan fertility rituals.

So give a listen on Friday, February 29th, 1200-1400 on the Mysterious Maux Show on WMUC!

And a Happy Leap Day to you!

Upcoming interviews on DNA in the DNA (Fridays 6-8 PM)

Charlotte Hatherley will be on the show tonight calling in from London, talking up music, solo stuff and more. She was in our top ten records of 2007 we are STOKED!

Next Week Pink Reason will be calling in, requesting music and more. Again STOKED. If you haven't heard Cleaning the Mirror, do it now!!!

Ian Nagoski who not only composes rad stuff will be on to talk about the newly released compilation BLACK MIRROR. We talk Boredoms, Nirvana, La Monte Young, and Amy Winehouse??!! This will be on in 2 weeks!

Coming up soon on the show Interviews:

Marnie Stern (Kill Rock Stars) - Rad math-y rock, US maple, Jehu, Hella!
Superdrag (YES SUPERDRAG!!!)

2/19 - Capillary Action on A Basement Show, 4-6 PM

Philadelphia art-prog ensemble Capillary Action will be stopping by the studio for an on-air performance and interview tomorrow on Adam Winer's A Basement Show, from 4 to 6 PM.

"Capillary Action songs never sit still and do what you expect; they bend, stretch, fall apart and come back together, only to fall apart again. On three very different recordings (all released on the group’s own Pangaea Recordings label), composer/guitarist Jonathan Pfeffer has drawn upon a wide range of influences to create dense, catchy, and deeply personal compositions that mesmerize as much as they challenge. The Philadelphia-based band has toured relentlessly, playing over 250 shows across the U.S. and Canada alongside Joe Lally (Fugazi), Dos (Mike Watt and Kira Roessler), Daughters, Ruins, and Enon, among others. Capillary Action have also been featured in Pitchfork Media, Guitar World, the Wire, the Onion, the Stranger, and Time Out New York."

The WMUC Ice Capades, TONIGHT and every Thursday night through March!

WMUC will be DJing for the College Park community at the Wells Ice Rink from 8pm to 10pm. This is their college night, when only $3 and a school ID will get you skates and on the ice.

Tonight, Elias Schutzman of the Strange Bedfellows will be rocking the rink. Come out, have fun, and work on that Triple Axel! Bring your Valentine... or meet other lonely hearts and find a new one!

And we'll be back next Thursday as well!

The Wells Ice Rink is at 5211 Paint Branch Parkway, a short walk from the College Park Metro. For more info, <

Soulive interview on the Strange Bedfellows - 2/14

I don't know if you've got a soul, or whether you're alive but tomorrow is the day we air our very first interview. That's right, we got a chance to sit down with Neil Evans, the keyboardist from Soulive, to discuss such poignant topics as: his aversion to onions, intergroup politics, crazy antics from the road... and more. So listen in tomorrow at noon on 88.1 fm WMUC!

Between 12:30 and 1:00 we'll start the interview...be there!