Last week, Girlpool‘s Anti- Records release, What Chaos Is Imaginary, became the longest running #1 of the young year. This week they extend that streak to four weeks and now have the longest run on top of the NACC 200 since Mitski set the all-time record for weeks at #1 back in October with her eight-week run. Girlpool now have their closest competitors for the crown lined up behind them since they reached the top. Julia Jacklin (7-2) and Better Oblivion Community Center (6-3) will fight to score their own #1 albums next week. read more…
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“It is my perception that College Radio is wherein lies the freedom to BE… to fully express your creative SELF (experimental, improvisational, avant and fusion)… in most cases without the restrictions of branding and the dictates catering to the established listening zone of an older donor base required for survival…”read more
“In 1976 a small band of radio visionaries was inspired to create a community radio station in Provincetown Massachusetts, at the tip of Cape Cod. It took several years for them to realize their dream, but finally WOMR (OuterMost community Radio) went on the air on March 21st 1982.”read more
“[College & Community Radio] is a place where people who think of music as a hobby or a broader interest can transform that feeling into this intractable part of themselves. It’s a place to connect to the social aspects of music, beyond your friends or even your scene, and see how so many others find their own relationships to it.read more
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