Our lovely promotions director, Hadley has embarked on a mission to get ALL WUNH DJs to post on our new wordpress blog. You'll find songs, music videos, playlists, live sets, and stories on our new blog. It's much more visually appealing and has way cooler content than our current website (which may or may not be getting updated soon-ish! Details are underwraps). Visit our blog by clicking this link: www.913wunhdurham.wordpress.com
A big thanks to The Floods for coming into the station and shredding it live in studio! The music and the production all came together for a landmark event here at WUNH. For more information, you can like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thefloodsarecoming or visit their website, http://www.thefloodsband.com/. Thanks again to the band and all who made today possible. Look for a link to the final edit of the material!
“T’was the night before Boston Calling and all through the house, not a creature was stirring not even a mouse.” Filled with excitement, our Chief Announcer, Domenic, and Promotions Director, Hadley, headed to Boston Calling last weekend for 3 days of pure musical celebration. Fully equipped with press passes and VIP status, Domenic and Hadley enjoyed special access, interviews and behind the scenes action. On Saturday, these two interviewed up and coming band, Magic Man. Based out of Boston and all graduates of local colleges and universities, this group of five was incredibly excited and humbled by the opportunity to open the show for Boston Calling on Saturday. With their debut album dropping July 8th, the band had a lot to share with Domenic and Hadley about their future goals (including touring Europe). Titled “Before The Waves,” this synth-pop record is sure to be an ear pleaser. Keep an eye out for that interview to be aired soon!
Highlights of Saturday included Walk Off The Earth’s creative rendition of “Somebody That I Used To Know” completely played on one guitar by all band members (melody, percussion, etc). Frank Turner made a crowd goer’s dream come true by calling him up on stage to play harmonica with him for one song. The most used words of Frank Turner’s set were summer, drinking and beer; clearly three of the crowd’s favorite things. Turner did not disappoint and put on an invigorating and animated performance, featuring his big hits “The Way I Tend To Be” and “Recovery.” Hadley and Domenic also got to catch The Neighbourhood’s interview with Boston.com. But it was perhaps Bastille’s performance on Sunday that electrified all of Boston and had a crowd of thousands jumping to the sky during their song “Of The Night.” For more detailed information about the performances, check out the official Boston Calling Facebook page- it has a lot of great stuff. In the meantime, Domenic and Hadley can’t wait to head back to Boston for the second chapter of the festival, September 5-7th. What interviews will they land this time? And which performances will knock the city off their feet? Stay tuned to find out!
Photo credit to Domenic and Hadley’s cell phones and official Boston Calling photographers
To all my loyal Stump Jumper's Sit-In Fans,
Thank you for listening and supporting my show.
I love doing the show for you, as I love the music and love getting all of it to you, the listener.
Sometimes there is a void known only by you, the listener. So, Please let me know if I can get more on my show to fill the void.
If you have a request, question, shout-out, important announcements or just want to say hi, you can e-mail me at my personal e-dress
firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at the studio, 603+862-2222 during my regular broadcast time of 7 to 9 AM Saturday mornings.
If you e-mail me before the show, it will give me time to get the request from my personal collection. (WUNH does not have very much in
the way of Country Music).
Enjoy, and make sure your pick-up radio is tuned to 91.3 FM for your weekly trip to the dump.
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Every Friday, pick up a copy of The New Hampshire and look for our weekly column in the Arts section! In each column, our own Hadley Barndollar fills you in on what records are currently reigning supreme on college radio. You can also check it out online at www.tnhonline.com!
What's that sound? Is it a strange alien language? Is it a goddess descended from the angels to warn humanity of its sinful ways? Is it a wild animal fighting with an opera singer? No, it's Glen's show, and he's here to bring WUNH his eclectic tastes in female artists, style, and a taste of folkronica.
New Zealand indie-poppers The Ruby Suns are currently touring in support of their excellent new record, “Christopher”! During a recent tour stop in Boston, frontman Ryan McPhun took a few minutes to relax and shoot the breeze with WUNH’s Sean Riley & Emily Lohr!