The battle for #1 continues. The Top 4 of the NACC 200 contains the same albums for a third straight week but with one major change: #1 & #2 trade places. So after getting climbed over a couple weeks ago by Toro Y Moi, and waiting patiently at #2 again last week, Sharon Van Etten rises to the top with her fifth studio album, Remind Me Tomorrow. The Jagjaguwar release is the second-best reviewed album of the year thus-far according to Metacritic. Still waiting in the wings to challenge Van Etten next week are Pedro The Lion (3-3) and Deerhunter (4-4). They’ll all have to face off against a new entry in the #1 battle: Girlpool. read more…
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“WIIT first became a student radio club in 1914, eventually becoming an experimental station in 1919. Being both non-comm and open format, we have an incredibly diverse array of shows with DJs that each individually have full creative control over their own show concepts. Back in the day, Chicago rapper Lupe Fiasco even hosted his radio show FNF radio here at WIIT.”read more
“WNMC’s volunteer corps brings a vast range of backgrounds and experience to the station: some are deeply knowledgeable about the music they play; some are enthusiastic fans and students; some have commercial radio and television experience; some have never used a microphone before arriving at the station.”read more
“We do our best to meet students and their stations where they are at. We listen to their concerns and search to find resources, speakers and more to support them. It helps that IBS is a completely volunteer run organization and that the majority of us are media advisors ourselves, so we are interacting with students and student media each and every day as well.”read more
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