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WVUM makes it to top 25 for an mtvU Woodie, keep voting yall
By Amber Robertson posted Feb 08, 2011 at 09:29 PM


Update: WVUM has made it to the top 25 college radio stations nominated for an mtvU Woodie Award! Please continue to vote for us to make it to the top 10, which will be announced on February 15th. That means we have a whole week to vote!

And you can vote as many times as you want!

FREEDOM FOR THE FUNK: Champion Sound Takeover: Lumin, 9pm
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Feb 08, 2011 at 05:08 PM


Week 3: Lumin (Champion Sound)

with Manuvers hosting and myself (Giovanna) on the board.


Miami New Times:

"Champion Sound was formed by DJs Sire Esq., Kems, and Lumin as a collective featuring a rotating cast of topnotch talent, one that owes as much to the beat on the street as it does to the mood of a bedroom. In other words, the Champion sound is both sinuous and sexy. And it makes for one mad night out on the town.

In fact, Lumin takes his name from the Latin word for light. This light has led Lumin's way since before he got out of his teens. The place was Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Lumin, an Army brat born in Newport News, Virginia, and raised all over the country, was asked to step in on the decks while a DJ pal of his took a break. Lumin didn't have his own records on hand; still, he was equipped with enough know-how and daring to pull it off. And once he saw how innately he moved the crowd, the spin was in him for good."


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This Just In: Giving the Green Light
By Kathleen Elise posted Feb 07, 2011 at 11:15 PM


Miami is filled with nonprofit organizations that merit donations and attention (like WVUM!), and Giving the Green Light is at the top of the list. Read on to learn more about this amazing movement and its founder, Ximena Prugue, who joined me in the studio a few weeks ago.

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Electric Kingdom meets Sweden: Ola Borgström of the label ‘Service’
By Amber Robertson posted Feb 07, 2011 at 03:05 PM



Electric Kingdom goes to Sweden this Thursday from 9-11PM as Ola Borgström comes into the studio to play some music. Service is Scandinavia's leading indie label behind Jens Lekman, Studio, The Tough Alliance, The Embassy, The Whitest Boy Alive, Ikons, Forest and more. A good number of Service's releases have made it to WVUM's rotation.

Responsible for the new sound, warm, melody based yet clubby, young yet confident, Service is the most reliable source for the freshest new music.

VOTE FOR WVUM: mtvU Announces Top 50 College Radio Nominees
By Falyn Freyman posted Feb 01, 2011 at 07:05 PM



Today mtvU announced the top 50 nominees for the College Radio Woodie Award, and WVUM made the cut! Thanks to everyone who showed their love and voted -- now it's time for round two! The top 25 college radio stations will be announced February 8th. That means we have a whole week to


Voting is UNLIMITED, so go crazy!

By Amber Robertson posted Jan 31, 2011 at 06:47 PM



Catch Eden Grey on Electric Kingdom live on Thursday February 3, 2011 from 9:30PM-11PM.
The digital composer Eden Grey began producing electronic music in 2004, after several years of classical piano lessons and deep appreciation and love for music took a turn into the future. She is highly influenced by experimental and computer music, the prolific dubstep scene along with her two favorite artists, Autechre and Aphex Twin, as well as the genres of ambient, hip-hop and IDM.


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Top 10 Albums

Time To Go Home
  Chastity Belt
2) another eternity
  Purity Ring
3) Lustmore
4) Voyager
  Mirror People
5) night life
  ID chief
6) Modern Streets
  Beat Spacek
7) I Want To Believe
  Project Pablo
8) Kahunastyle
9) Lucid Dreaming
  Say Lou Lou
10) Escape From Evil
  Lower Dens

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