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the UNDERGROUND is back, with its ORIGINAL HOST: Duncan Ross

By Duncan Ross posted Aug 10, 2010 at 11:10 PM

Duncan is back for some more WVUM love. Catch him for rotation from 7-9pm then he turns loose at 9pm for the Underground, a show he started back in 1994.

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Duncan obtained two out of three Technics 1200’s he still uses in 1992, along with a black sheep record and a cassette of Smart-E’s “Sesame’s Treet”. Two years later, under a board of directors whose names still hang on plaques in the WVUM offices, he would begin The Underground on WVUM, the only place, besides the heavily flyered raves he and his friend Isis promoted, that one could hear house and tekkkno music. A strong opponent of Miami Bass, Duncan and his faithful companion, DJ Stryke, hosted all that was Miami’s underground scene. From Oscar G to LTJ Bukem, if it was loud they made it proud. After unceremoniously graduating, Duncan could not let the his house addiction go, and started The Womb in 1997, the first streaming internet audio and video feed and “micro-broadcast” of live DJ’s based in Miami Beach. After a run-in with the FBI/DEA about an antenna he knows nothing about, Duncan was hired by fashion tv paris to run their music and new media departments. Seizing the opportunity, Duncan began an 8 yr career with fashion tv that allowed him to be based in Paris and DJ around Europe. Now, 16 yrs later, Duncan has entered the scientific rehab known as Grad School and returns to the airwaves of his alma mater and his original home on The Underground.

Links:
http://duncanross.net
Duncan in Paris: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBpSxxaPYUk


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