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INTERVIEW: Mayer Hawthorne, Friday, 7pm
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Sep 29, 2010 at 09:03 PM

 

 

Amber takes on the man with the falsetto.

+ he will be playing at Culture Room this Sunday night with his band, the County. Ticket giveaways on air all week. 

 

"Hawthorne has produced and played instruments for much of his life, but never intended to become a singer. He isn’t formally trained, and never sang in the church choir or in any of the bands he was in before founding the County (formerly the County Commissioners). But here he is, new school soul sensation, who has taken the Motown assembly-line production model and eliminated nearly every element but himself and a few hired hands. “I think Mayer is the only artist in the history of the label that I’ve signed after hearing only two songs,” says Peanut Butter Wolf. “Sometimes, you just know it’s the right thing to do.”  

      - Ronnie Reese

 

http://www.stonesthrow.com/mayerhawthorne

http://www.myspace.com/mayerhawthorne





Five Cool Things About this Weekend /// October 1st
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Sep 28, 2010 at 12:12 PM

 

Ali Prosch Installation entitled 'untitled (outdoor)' - Twenty Twenty Projects in Miami



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You are listening to WVUM with Johnny Knoxville and Manny Puig
By Lisandro Franky posted Sep 28, 2010 at 12:55 AM

 

The cast of Jackass dropped by UM campus yesterday, mechanical bull and all, and we just had to get a shoutout from them. So check out Johnny Knoxville and Manny Puig give a shoutout to WVUM. All thanks to our very own Brianne McKay and Anthony Langford.







Want to go to CMJ?
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Sep 27, 2010 at 07:29 PM

 

Brace yourselves: WVUM has 2 CMJ badges to give away!

CMJ is the College Music Journal's five day music festival held throughout New York City. The event brings together an extensive list of heavy players in the music industry to network, perform, and exhibit. This year's event will be held from October 19-23. During the day, panel discussions are held throughout the NYU campus, in which leaders in the music industry give you their take on current situations and their thoughts about where the music industry is headed, At night, everyone and their mom performs.

This year, the lineup so far includes: Phoenix, Four Tet, Ghostface Killah, Dan Black, Acid Washed, Baths, Salem, Beach Fossils, Matthew Dear, the Blow, Drop the Lime, Fenech-Soler, GZA, The Golden Filter, School of Seven Bells, Brahms and Small Black, Holy Ghost!, Surfer Blood, UNKLE, Wild Nothing, and about 200 other artists



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Amber on a bike
By Amber Robertson posted Sep 26, 2010 at 11:22 PM

 

So for one of my classes we have to create a 4 minute television news story. Our topic: cycling in Miami. We thought this would be interesting since Miami-Dade was recently voted the worst place in Miami for cyclists. We got in touch with Kathryn Moore, Executive Director of the South Florida Bike Coalition, a group that advocates for safe and fair transportation laws in South Florida. As part of the story, we also covered Critical Mass (the organized bike ride that leaves from Government Center the last Friday of every month). I thought it would be cool to actually hop on a bike and ride Critical Mass, since it's something I've been wanting to do. Kathryn put me in touch with Colby, at Deco Bike, South Beach's new public transportation program that lets you rent bikes. These new bike rental stations are being put in South beach in November and allow for an alternative to taking a cab or walking. It is ideal for a 15 minute ride, allowing you to leave the bike at the next station you find and pick up another when you want. Colby lent me a demo Deco Bike to ride for Critical Mass and it was so great! Can't wait to see these spring up on the beach!





Gigamesh on Electric Kingdom! Thursday September 30 from 7-9pm
By Amber Robertson posted Sep 25, 2010 at 10:32 PM

 

At his senior trombone recital in college, Gigamesh performed songs by Aphex Twin, Leonard Bernstein, The Bad Plus, John Coltrane and Portishead.  At the time, he was also drumming in a grindcore metal band entirely themed on the writing of Philip K. Dick.  Throughout his childhood, he was producing hip-hop and dance beats based on samples taken from whatever albums he could find at the public library.  He has always believed that music should have no boundaries, good is good and music is for happiness.

Catch the live DJ set on Thursday September 30 from 7-9pm. Stream online or live on 90.5FM. Hosted by Amber





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