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"Philly doesn't mess around."
Absurdly named pubs and summer hangs
Old and new noise and the best burgers in Bangkok
Good hair, good tunes and a restaurant endorsement deal, hopefully
Foul friends, house parties and... Wawa
House music and crepes in the Motor City
Craft beers, gyros and converted warehouses
"It’s a great place to meet friends, or to drink alone and cry."
Day Creeper, Kerouac and craft beer
Cajun music, gravy fries and Hart Fortenbery's party barge
Big venues, small clubs and classic vibes
Pagiins, monsters and other beatniks
Remember: Thursday nights are soul nights.
Small venues and cheap beer in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill/Carrboro
Psychedelic sounds and cinemas
Muppet funk and 15-beer rock
The bright side of dystopia
New guys and nu-gaze
Out of the internet and into the bedroom
Weird synth drags and Wierd covers
Music for foggy days
Shit-gaze, or something like it
Tape labels and tape hiss
A little bit of everything
Faraway blues and close-up intimacy
Girls in pools and slowed-down funk
Sweet bejeweled crooners and songs named after drinks
Good tunes and goodbye tapes
Bedroom Moms & Dads
Parquet Courts rise to the top
1st chart of the year!
"To me a good station is one that has a vision of what they want to sound like and they communicate and execute that vision."
Real Estate is No. 1 on the year-end charts
College radio's tastemakers share their 2014 favorites and their top picks for 2015
Connecting with the student-body on and off campus
Ariel Pink's career chart peak and Girlpool's college radio debut
"The overarching commonality amongst all shows and hosts is a passion for sharing the unshared."
Ending the year with lots of "news"
Parquet Courts and Ty Segall dominate the charts for a second time this year
On handling FCC violations as a student-run station
TV On The Radio Takes No. 1
On supporting local artists and bands who "need" college radio
Deerhoof and TV On The Radio's head to head competition for No. 1
"Producing original and creative content is our lifeblood."
No-nonsense punk from some ladies and a gentleman
Break-up songs with nothing to hide
Playing dress-up with Brooklyn's black sheep
Yeah, these songs are about girls
Time is on Lauren Zettler's side
Bun B approved pastiche rock from H-town
Electro-pop earworms from the PNW
Avant-pop from Erix S. Laurent
Money doesn't grow on trees, but this band found it in the leaves
Going for something 'just a tiny bit creepy'
New York trio makes 'Clean Cuts' of electronic pop
Rock rules in the White City
Somewhere between the end time and a galaxy far, far away
B-more rock city
Remember, 'Life is ridiculous, and so is this band'
Streams go Gold, linear notes go digital and Kanye West walks into a sign
Twitter's music app debuts, iTunes continues to prosper and people get questionable tattoos
Twitter gets ready to debut a music app, Rick Ross apologizes, and Jay-Z acts like a cool dad
Spotify expands, Coachella plans for the future and Roger Ebert's best Neil Young zinger
Justin Timberlake goes to the dentist, Kraftwerk doesn't go to China and WAIT A MINUTE, ARE YOU A COP?
SXSW social media winners, Justin Timberlake's successful return and SPRING BREAK
Changes at AEG, more "Harlem Shake" controversy and Iron Maiden has a beer
Doritos take SXSW by storm, Pandora's CEO steps down, and is Taylor Swift a Cenobite?
The return of revenue, George Lopez loves jazz, and Morrissey hates 'Duck Dynasty'
Baauer rides the YouTube wave to the top of the charts, Warren Buffet vs. Rap Genius and SLAYER!
Post-Grammy shenanigans, Ticketmaster changes and Justin Timberlake's allegiance to shitty beers
Social media revenge, Spotify problems and BEYONCE BEYONCE BEYONCE
News about a giant building, what the new Facebook search means and the 'Week In Grohl'
The late '90s return in a big way, Lemmy has headphones and the world is still bullshit
The week in Dave Grohl. And, oh yeah, some other stuff too.