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Thursday, April 9, 2009
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Wednesday, April 8, 2009
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Hold it right there, pardner. This town ain't big enough for the both of us. There's a new sheriff in town, see -- goes by name of the Feedback Farm. Yup, it'll mosey on through these parts Wednesday at 9pm.

Join host Nancia O for this week's Thursday Night Feature: Carolina Stand-Up Part II! Hear NC & SC hip-hop artists at 9pm!

Brazilian electronic music producer Gui Boratto's album Take My Breath Away is up next on the Inside Track, where new albums are played in their entirety. Tune in on Friday at 9pm.


Wednesday, April 1, 2009
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Micropolyphony is a compositional technique involving the use of sustained dissonant chords which shift slowly over time, first introduced in 1961 by Gyorgy Ligeti. He composed music that happens whenever the monolith shows up in Space Odyssey. To hear/learn more, tune in to this week's Thursday Night Feature, hosted by Jon P. 9pm.

Be sure to check out Friday's Inside Track, where new albums get played in their entirety, to hear experimental banjo performer Uncle Woody Sullender's latest, Live at Barkenhoff. 9pm.
Friday, March 27, 2009
80 Dance Tickets ON SALE NOW!
80s dance is back!!

WXYC DJs spin your favorite 80s jams!
Costume Contest @ Midnight
AND MORE

tickets $5 UNC students/ $8 general public

**WXYC djs will be selling tickets in the bottom of the STUDENT UNION all week from 10am-2pm**

djs
jonathan w
andrew w/bruce d
andrew b
kellen c
andy k
jack b/bryson r
kevin c

love,
wxyc 89.3fm

p.s. please feel free to invite your friends.
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
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On this week's Global Music Show, Amy Cooke joins host Stanton K for a look at the music of Miriam Makeba, the renowned South African singer and civil rights activist known as 'Mama Afrika'. Tune in at 4pm.

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Hey, isn't that 80s Dance thing at Cat's Cradle coming up soon? Like, 9pm this Saturday? The only reasonable way to prepare for something like this is to listen to the 80s Dance Thursday Night Feature, starting at 9pm. A rotating cast of WXYC DJs will be dishing out the hits till midnite.

Round off your Radio Week with a healthy dose of The Inside Track, where new albums get played in their entirety. This Friday at 9pm hear the calamitously named Stereo Death Breakdown, a 1969 album by Ian Anderson's Country Blues Band, rediscovered and now newly remastered and re-released by Fledg'ling records.
Monday, March 23, 2009
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