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INTERVIEW: Quintron today at 4pm on Kev’s Rotation Device #9!!
By Kevin F. Mason posted Feb 21, 2011 at 10:56 AM

 

If you couldn’t shell out the $600 to party wit cool folks on a cruise headed to the Bahamas (they are really throwing a party at Señor Frogs Saturday night), Quintron and Miss Pussycat will be performing at the Bruise Cruise Pre-Party this Thursday at Grand Central with Jacuzzi Boys, Vivian Girls, and Black Lips! 

Music director Kev got on the phone with the man behind Quintron and Miss Pussycat and chatted about his upcoming trip to Miami for the Bruise Cruise, his patented Drum Buddy, the 9th Ward Marching Band, and the loathesome production techniques he used at the New Orleans Museum of Art for his upcoming release Sucre du Sauvage on Memphis’ Goner Records dropping April 12th, 2011. 

Tune in as he brings a little pre-Carnival cheer to Miami and WVUM Monday, February 21 @ 4pm on Kev’s Rotation Device #9!



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Miami’s MasterMinds: Three Winners of the Miami New Times Genius Grants
By Kathleen Elise posted Feb 18, 2011 at 08:03 PM

 

 

Last Friday during Artopia, the Miami New Times announced the deserving winners of MasterMind 2011. The competition awards $1,500 grants to three individuals who “express a unique vision that helps us view our landscape and soundscape afresh.” The nine finalists included film makers, artists, and DJs, from WVUM’s frequent guest Black Bobby to one of the performers at our own Synthesis festival, Panic Bomber. This year’s prizes went to Matt Priera of Roofless Records, Jorge Rubiera of Animal Tropical/Can’t Stop/Down Home Southernaires/Pygmy/Rottweiler Farm, and Christy Gast of art scene fame.



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This Just In: Stand Up for Kids
By Kathleen Elise posted Feb 18, 2011 at 11:48 AM

 

Stand Up for Kids is the only organization in Miami which fights specifically to end youth homelessness. Their approach attitude, and devotion make them one of the most needed and effective volunteer groups in South Florida. Read on to learn more about this organization's local chapter and hear our interview with executive director Aaron Himes.



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Bassment Sessions Feb 17: Sam Zarif & Ev.K
By SpinnZinn posted Feb 17, 2011 at 11:53 AM

 

This week we have a double whammy of artist blessing the WVUM studios!
Join us at 11pm for quality house, tech-house and techno as we go on a journey through the deep and dark waters of the underworld!

These guys like it deep.... you know... deep and dirty!
More after the jump!



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WVUM ALMOST HAS A WOODIE!
By Amber Robertson posted Feb 15, 2011 at 06:29 PM

 

Thank you to all who voted to make WVUM the best college radio station in the country. We have made it to the top 10 radio stations in the running for a Woodie award from mtvU.

KEEP VOTING TO MAKE US AND MIAMI PROUD!





Electric Kingdom Thursday with DJ’s Romulo and Carlos!
By Amber Robertson posted Feb 15, 2011 at 05:59 PM

 

Be there Thursday from 9-11PM for Electric Kingdom Live, hosted by Amber.

Schematic label supremo, Romulo Del Castillo plays new Phoenecia and battles it out with fellow Peruvian Pan Flautist and Peaches & Prunes' Carlos Llanos in a LSD VS DSL STYLEE.

And don't forget to vote for WVUM as the best College Radio station in the country here!!!





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