Spring Radiothon Premiums Ready for Pickup

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Spring 2024 Radiothon premiums are ready!

If you supported WUVT by donating during our Spring 2024 Radiothon, your premiums are ready for pickup! Stop by the Squires Student Center on Virginia Tech's campus during regular business hours to receive our thanks to you for supporting the mission of WUVT. Staffhead office hours are under the Staff Tab section of the website.

New Music Adds 5/2/23

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I cant believe the semester's already over! Oh how time flies. We hope you've been enjoying weekly new music reviews, but don't worry - we're not going anywhere!

Bill Frisell, Orchestras Album cover. The album title is placed on a white background in small black text, accompanied by sparsely placed, primary-colored shapes

Bill Frisell- Orchestras

Label: Blue Note
Genre: Modern Creative / Post Bop / Orchestral Jazz
Reviewed by: Len Comaratta
Marrying intimate parlor jazz lyricism with wide-screen orchestrations, the selections here are pulled from a handful of concerts Frisell gave from 2021 to 2022, resulting in one of his most accessible and virtuosic albums.

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Fundraiser Show at Southpaw!

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GET READY for another wild show at Southpaw! Help keep Southpaw, a volunteer-run community cafe, open this Wednesday (5/1), WUVT will be hosting Brain Sludge, Unmarked Pavement, Spilt Milkshakes, and Hologram Anne!

Doors open at 7:30PM and the show starts at 8:00PM. $5 cover for all! Southpaw Show Poster

New Music Adds 4/26/23

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I seriously can't believe that it's that time of the week again! Oh, how the time flies. I'll see you this time next week for more new music reviews!

Chrome Castle Future Fiction LP cover. Cover is a maroon / orangey background with the faces of the four Chrome Castle bandmates collaged in the center of the frame.

Chrome Castle- Future Fiction

Label: Black Cottage
Genre: Psych Rock
Reviewed by: Griffin Paddock
Instrumental psychedelic rock. Very cinematic, definitely reminds me of Applesauce Tears (who are also on the label). It's at its best when it's playing with L/R audio switches and swells, but sometimes it can fall into the trap of sounding like a pretty average jam band. Instrumentation is about what you would expect, standard drums, reverb-y guitar, little bass for texture. Definitely suffers from a lack of variety as a whole but makes up for it with being surprisingly interesting at points and nice to just space out to.

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Major Mobile Website Overhaul

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WUVT is rolling out on Mobile!

Click Read more to see how the IT staff is continuously updating the WUVT site for you, our loyal listeners.

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