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DJ Fest!

"The Art and Culture of the DJ" is a two-day festival held on UNC's campus February 18 and 19 that will explore the impact of the DJ on the music and culture of our time. The festival will kick off with a dance party on the evening of February 18 in Gerrard Hall with music by current and former WXYC DJs. On February 19 there will be a series of lectures by internationally-known scholars in Hyde Hall starting at 1 p.m. The final event is a concert featuring the world premiere of Circulo, a work for turntables and Latin ensemble by Raul Yanez and DJ Radar; the concert will begin at 8 p.m. in Gerrard Hall the evening of February 19. All events are FREE and open to the public. The festival is sponsored by the Department of Music and the Institute for the Arts and Humanities.
For more information, go to www.chatfestival2010.com or contact Mark Katz at 962-1039 or mkatz@unc.edu.

90s Dance!

WXYC 90s Dance is back!!!

Friday Jan 29 @ Nightlight
$5 cover

Wear your flyest 90s gear! Facebook here


The first ever WXYC Record Fair will be held at the Nightlight on Rosemary St this Sunday (December 6th) from 11am-5pm. This event is free (though we will gladly take donations if you feel so inclined) - so come on out to show your support for WXYC and snatch up some great music. We've got vendors coming in from all over the state with some great records at reasonable prices. We'll also be selling supercool 'xyc gear that makes for great holiday-time gifts. Good music, good people, and the bar opens at Noon! What more could you want out of a Sunday afternoon?

Check out the facebook page here.

Want to be a DJ?

WXYC is hiring new DJs for the Summer!

All you need is a love for music and a passion for sharing that music with others. No broadcasting experience is necessary. You must be a current student at UNC-Chapel Hill to apply (undergrad, grad, phd, cs).

Come to our interest meeting on Tuesday, May 19th at 7pm in Union Room 3206A.

If you can't make the meeting or you have any questions, please email us at info@wxyc.org.
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