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Radiothon Spring '24 Schedule!

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Prepare yourself! From April 1st to 7th, WUVT 90.7 will be blasting 24/7 Live Radio! See our schedule below and check out all of our cool themed shows and premiums! To donate, call us at 540-231-9888 or submit donations here! Premiums

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New Music Adds 4/4/23

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Another Thursday, another roundup of new music. I just can't wait!

Friends Vol. 1 album cover. Green background with a medium sized frame in the center, with a cartoon rendition of Bob Junior holding both thumbs up at the camera.

Bob Junior - Friends Vol. 1

Label: 777
Genre: Indie Pop
For Fans Of: Mac DeMarco, Judah Just Kidding, GAL
Reviewed by: Conner Arthur
Bob Junior delivers us our first taste of his introduction to the indie pop scene with his debut album, Friends Vol. 1. This album provides artists an opportunity to shine, as well as hear some very fun production choices from Mr. Junior such as 8-bit drum patterns and slidewhistles. Overall, a very pleasant record to listen to!

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New Music Adds 3/28/2024

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The only thing I love about Thursdays is WUVT's new music reviews!

I Got Heaven album cover. A blue sky with the top quarter of an animals face in the lower left of the frame. Only the eye and a majority of the fur are visible.

Mannequin Pussy - I Got Heaven

Label: Epitaph
Genre: Grrrl / Alt / Punk
For Fans Of: Bikini Kill, Wednesday, Sleater-Kinney, Chastity Belt Reviewed by: Kate Stanko
Truly raw and beautiful album that questions love and femininity and abandonment. Tracks 3, 4, 7, and 10 are softer, whereas FCC are hardest, and leftovers are a good mix. I DO NOT recommend saying this band name on air, although it's so fucking awesome. Try a fun substitute, like Mannequin Kitty, Mannequin Vagina, Mannequin P-Word, etc. Some tracks remind me of Turnstile pacing and riffs (track 9), and of course there's some obvious riot grrrl influence too. Def listen to FCCs and front to back on your own time!

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Transistor, I Let It in and It Took Everything, and Pinball Reviews

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Hello, music lovers! We've been searching for some more in-depth album reviews, and boy did we find some! This week, we have WUVT DJs Naiel Habtemichael, James Brunson, and Skyler Rapp reviewing albums from reggae to rap to metal, with more coming soon!

In 1997, alternative-reggae-punk-rap rock band 311 released their fourth album, Transistor. Upon release, the album was immediately met with varying opinions. While some embraced 311’s attempt at trying something totally different, others were baffled and cried for a return to the band’s roots. Nowadays, the album is now much more positively regarded, and you’ll find multiple 311 fans gushing about how it's their all-time favorite. But is its newfound praise truly deserved?

Click Read more for Skyler's FULL review of the Album, as well as reviews from James and Naiel!

WUVT x SSDP Harm Reduction Fundraiser

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WUVT has teamed up with SSDP to host the Harm Reduction Fundraiser this Friday (3/29)! Join us and see Hologram Anne, Welp! and Spilt Milkshakes preform LIVE at 202 Main St. Ste 10!

Doors open at 8:00PM and the show starts at 9:00PM. $5 cover for all! (Until whoever working the door feels like charging you more...) All proceeds go to SSDP! SSDP poster

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