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Clive Tanaka Y Su Cassette Tape
By Laura (of Miami) Sutnick posted Aug 03, 2010 at 12:57 AM


We normally review two postal bins full of crappy CDs per week at WVUM. 90.5% of it is usually junk from teen bop pop star wannabees who send us glamor shots in bedazzled envelopes, promo company albums with 1-sheets lying about what bands they might resemble, and miscellaneous burnt CDs labeled with Sharpie scribbles. Today I received a cassette tape. Such joy.

The packaging instantly caught my attention (I’ve been kicking myself in the ass for throwing it away). The whole thing kept getting better as I opened the box, the tape itself looked like something from 1987 and then the music… good stuff. I even had to pull out my Walkman. The whole experience was fantastic and I felt like Clive knew exactly what he was doing when he sent it.

I really can’t find much info on Clive Tanaka or his Orquestra. Don’t be fooled by the name though, it sounds nothing like Señor Coconut or Ray Barretto….

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Bassment Sessions Guest July 29: Diatonic
By SpinnZinn posted Jul 27, 2010 at 10:18 AM


Guest Dj’s Alex Cid & Lex Lara are Diatonic

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Cool Things About this Week /// July 26th
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Jul 26, 2010 at 04:48 PM


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MIAMI TIME: Tonight: Matt Preira from Roofless Rex
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Jul 26, 2010 at 04:31 PM


Matt says it all here (from the Sweat Blog):

“Hello and welcome to my first-person blog post. I’m going to be on WVUM tonight, from 7PM to 9PM. The program: MIAMI TIME. The host: the incomparable Giovanna. The plan: play some records (I dug into 3 separate personal collections for this one), plug some events (what are you doing Thursday, Friday and Sunday?), and generally try to make life trapped in a car on 826 that much more tolerable. If you’re not in your car or by an old timey radio, you can stream WVUM directly from their website (upper right hand corner, “click to listen”).”

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By Amber Robertson posted Jul 26, 2010 at 12:13 PM


Troy Kurtz will be spinning a guest DJ set on Electric Kingdom. Troy is one of Miami’s most exciting and dynamic new stars- the youngest member of Overthrow. His consummate music tastes influence DJ and music lovers all over the globe via his contributions to one of the biggest electrodance blogs in the world, Companies such as GUESS?, Diesel, and Rock Fashion Week Miami have chosen him to represent their style during events. Recently named to Ocean Drive Magazine’s 2010 Almost Famous list of emerging talent, he will soon be starring in a television series following his DJ career called SPUN.  His first release as half of production/DJ duo TKO charted on the most popular list on HypeM, and its clear he doesn’t plan to stop rising! Catch it on 90.5FM

Does your business regularly play WVUM on site?
By Laura (of Miami) Sutnick posted Jul 22, 2010 at 05:03 PM


DOES YOUR BUSINESS PLAY WVUM ON A REGULAR BASIS? Send us proof and we’ll give you a shout out and a thank you on our website. (email

We would like to thank Charlie at FAIR MARKET REALTY GROUP on the corner of US 1 and SW 27th Ave for continuously playing WVUM 90.5 FM on your store front speakers! If you’re in the area roll down your windows and give these guys a whoop whoop!

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