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Cool Things On Air this Week /// October 12
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Oct 12, 2010 at 02:46 PM







Steve Lawler: 11am




Caribou: 3:30pm




On Air Fun:





WSVA x WVUM Takeover: 4pm


In the spirit of fun, friendship and radio mischief, we're doing a switcheroo with WSVA in NYC. Hear an hour of WVUM at, and an hour of WSVA on WVUM from 4 - 5pm. 





Fun on WVUM, courtesy of Roofless Rex


In anticipation of the MIAMI MICRO-SHOW 
will be hosting FUN (Philadelphia, PA) 
and Roofless Records 
for a special one hour program 
featuring music from MICRO-SHOW bands 
and an ultra exclusive in-studio performance.


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In the Spotlight: Telekinetic Walrus and the Pride of Ions
By posted Oct 12, 2010 at 11:00 AM


Today's album review covers the delicious debut album of Telekinetic Walrus and the Pride of Ions. Read on for a stellar account of this experimental goodness.

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Festival Miami Focus: The Stamps String Quartet
By posted Oct 11, 2010 at 11:44 AM


Festival Miami has officially begun. The project, which features 20 concerts in only four weeks, is considered the music festival that opens the South Florida art season. Festival Miami opened October 8, and is running through October 30. Read on for more on of the featured artists, UM's own Stamps String Quartet.

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JAVELIN Live at the Awarehouse
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Oct 11, 2010 at 02:47 AM


WVUM 90.5 // Vitamin Water \\ Awarehouse // Nightdrive \\ Fabrika

a special post Wynwood + Design District Art Walk live performance by:

Luaka Bop / Thrill Jockey // Brooklyn

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CMJ Concert Review Contest Winner!
By Amber Robertson posted Oct 10, 2010 at 08:18 PM


Congrats to Dan who won 2 badges to the CMJ Music Marathon in New York, Oct 19-24!!! His concert review was chosen as our winner. 

Bad Rabbits
by Dan Buyanovsky
Man, New York is a lonely place when your phone is dead. While tens of
thousands of pretty people stroll by, all obviously on their way to a fancy nightclub
or night-bar, you're meandering like a lone loony - who can't even borrow a
stranger's cellphone to call a friend's number, because you can't remember any
of your friend's numbers.
So, you buy an Olde E, stuff it in your already-overpacked bag and head toward
home, ready for another bedroom screening of Punch Drunk Love - the third such
screening being held this week.
But, by the time you're just a few blocks from the L at Union Square, you hear a
buzzing - people chattering, and music blaring from the underground. It's
Webster Hall, and you haven't been there since that time you came up in the 9th
grade and saw 1/4 of Wu Tang go wild in The Studio. The vibes are warm and
inviting, so you stroll down the block to the corner of 11th and 3rd to see who's
down there tonight.
Tim William!
The obscure keyboardist/singer who tours with some of your embarrassing
favorites (Kidz in the Hall, Gym Class Heroes). And it's only $7 to get in. Outside,
you wonder how weird it is to go to a concert alone, with a 40 in your backpack -
so you try to switch on your phone for a second to shoot off a text. But, no dice.
Fuck it, you think. Let's go see Tim William.

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High Profile: Sufjan Stevens
By Kathleen Elise posted Oct 07, 2010 at 03:36 PM



Welcome to High Profile, the WVUM feature where we highlight one artist in rotation and give you all the info essential to becoming their next biggest fan. This week’s artist: Sufjan Stevens.

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