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Underground #108
By Duncan Ross posted Oct 02, 2010 at 02:55 PM

 

Learn how to get free tracks from Christian Smith and John Selway, Mathias Heilbronn and more, tonight on The Underground with Duncan Ross





INTERVIEW: Phantogram: Today, 2:30pm
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Oct 01, 2010 at 12:53 PM

 

The All Request Show will be taking on this one. Who knows what they will ask...

+ giveaways after the interview for guestlist spots to see them live at the Electric Pickle on Saturday night!

 

Videos after the jump... 



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CONTEST: The New Times writes a very serious article about our CMJ Contest
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Sep 30, 2010 at 12:58 PM

 

 

From the Crossfade Blog

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Win CMJ Passes and Join the Ranks of Music Journalism With WVUM's Writing Contest

By S. Pajot

 

"Everybody wants to be a rock star. But eventually you realize that playing power chords, drinking gallons of Jack Daniel's for breakfast, and slutting it up with groupies of every sex (yes, there are more than two) is a totally ridiculous way to make a living. Sure, it pays hella well (roughly $1,000,000,000,000 per year), but who's gonna take you seriously when you're wearing ladies' clothes at 62 like Steven Tyler?

Your solution: Join the ranks of music journalism. But how do you weasel your way onto the scene? Win WVUM's CMJ Concert Review Contest. It doesn't pay, but you'll get a couple of pretty awesome CMJ passes out of it. 

Quick! See the cut for details."



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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.







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