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This Just In: On Egypt and Tunisia
By Kathleen Elise posted Jan 31, 2011 at 12:34 PM


In recent weeks, cable news media, the blogosphere, and the radio waves have been abuzz with reports on protests taking place throughout Tunisia and Egypt. Read on to learn more about these events and to hear the story in full.

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This week on VAMOS A LA PLAYA
By Laura (of Miami) Sutnick posted Jan 30, 2011 at 08:57 PM


My boy Kevin who recently joined me as Co-music Director has been itching to throw down some rare 70s and 80s jams on the WVUM airwaves. There's no better spot for that than on Vamos A La Playa so I invited him on this Monday (2.1.11) for a little guest set.

Kevin (aka Tall Jamal) is the former resident DJ at the Sway at the Dragon’s Den in New Orleans and Go Shout Plenty! at Trophy Bar in Brooklyn.  This Monday, he’s poppin’ bottles with the likes of Evelyn “Champagne” King and SKYY to get you hot, then dropping some oft-neglected dark wave and cold wave to cool you down.  Disco gamut on the beach con Jamal ñoo Alto!

Remember Vamos is on every MONDAY from 5-7pm. You can grab playlists and download past episodes on


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Things I’ve Learned from the Internet So Far
By Kathleen Elise posted Jan 28, 2011 at 10:28 AM


It's Friday, which means it's time to take a peek at what the Internet has taught us this week. Read on for a new Sleigh Bells video, a look back at the '90s, and a kickass cello cover of "Smooth Criminal."

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Bassment Sessions Jan 27,2011 with guest: Larry Baaaam!
By SpinnZinn posted Jan 27, 2011 at 01:25 PM



This week on the show we bring you Minimal's newest star: Larry Baaaam!

He's been hitting the top 10 on Beatport's Minimal charts the last few months, and we have  him here on WVUM!

Due to sports, tune in this week at our new time 11pm-2am to catch quality house and minimal music!

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INTERVIEW: Little Dragon, Thursday, 6pm
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Jan 26, 2011 at 07:41 PM


Little Dragon will be on the phone on air tomorrow around 6pm during Laura's rotation show! Listen in for a chance to win tickets to see them at the Electric Pickle on Friday night.

ELECTRIC KINGDOM: Dave Betamax on 1.27.11 from 9:30-11PM
By Amber Robertson posted Jan 25, 2011 at 05:37 PM



Dave Betamax is a mystery wrapped in an enigma, a man that sits in a dark room beyond an unsolvable maze. Dave has been producing and DJ'ing since 2002. Spanning many genres from Ambient to Jungle and everywhere in between. Smut + Bass Records was founded by Betamax in 2009 and now has a roster of many talented artists and is always expanding. Playing alongside artists like King Cannibal, 16 Bit, AK1200, Prefuse 73, DJ Chefal, Distance, Von D, Nick Argon and more, nothing phases this robot. Now he is releasing his debut album, Dissolved on his imprint of Smut + Bass. Dissolved is a journey into a cold, lifeless town filled with the ghosts of ex-lovers and friends. Touching upon Future Garage with hints of Techno and Dub, Dissolved is a critique on human behavior but also a look into the life of a robot trying to find his way. Dissolved is for those who are fans of Aphex Twin, Burial, 2562, Phaeleh, Martyn, Shackleton and Scuba.


Dissolved releases on Smut+Bass Records February 1st on iTunes, Amazon and in your local record shop.

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