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Final Edition of Better Git It In Your Soul This Week.

After about 500 broadcasts over the last few years, the “Better Git It In Your Soul” radio program will air its last edition, this Tuesday 16 May 2006, from 6-8PM, east coast time, on WMUC. The show will focus on “The Best of 2006, So Far.” The Harvman wishes to thank all WMUC DJs, listeners, and staff over the years that have contributed to the great time I’ve had serving up soulful, eclectic, time-spanning, genre-leaping musical journeys on a weekly basis. As Buddy Holly used to say, “Rave on!”

Editorial Comment By Colm: Rock on, Harvman. You’ll be missed.

The Joggers in studio this Monday 2pm

This Monday, May 15th 2005, The Joggers will be in the studio to do a performance and interview. They will be playing songs that they will not be playing later that night so be sure to tune in and listen. The Joggers have a show with the band Giant Drag at the Black Cat later that evening. Tune in at 88.1FM on your radio dial or at www.wmucradio.com

MONO in studio this Thursday 3pm

This week on The Wanton Machine (Thursdays 2-4pm), the band MONO from Japan will be in the studio to do a performance and interview at 3pm. MONO has a show with the band Pelican at the Black Cat later that evening. Tune in at 88.1FM on your radio dial or at www.wmucradio.com

Don't Be A Menace (While Sippin' on Crunk Juice in College Park)

This Sunday, tune into “Don’t Be a Menace (while sippin’ on crunk juice in college park)” to hear an exclusive interview with Chi-town’s finest MC, Common as seen at Art Attack. Tune into the show from 9pm-MIDNIGHT to hear your host Ja Leavitt and Adam Levin grill Common and play some awesome beats.

WMUC at Art Attack, May 5

This year’s Art Attack is going to be off the hook. Rapper Common will headline, with synth-emo jokesters Reggie and the Full Effect and rapper/slam poet Saul Williams opening.

WMUC is going to have a table on the mall, so stop by and say hey. We will also be introducing acts and giving away fabulous prizes all day, so keep an eye out for us!


Join your host the Harvman this Tuesday, 9 May 2006, from 6:00-8:00PM for “The 1960s Girl Group Extravaganza,” on the Better Git It In Your Soul radio program. Obscure, pop-tastic 3-minute gems will be spotlighted heralding from both the US and the UK, and will feature the writing and production talents of Ellie Greenwich, Gerry Goffin, Holland-Dozier-Holland, Carole King, Tony Hatch, Phil Spector, Brian Wilson, and many more! Witness the origins of grrl power in pop music! BEWARE: the infectious melodies encased on these slabs of vinyl can become imbedded in your subconscious for decades.

WMUC DJing During Maryland Day Festivities

This Saturday, April 28, WMUC DJs will be playing music on Hornbake Plaza during this year’s Maryland Day. It’s going to be the biggest Maryland Day yet, commemorating the 150th anniversary of the founding of the university. We’re going to be across the plaza from the center of Maryland Day festivities, the World’s Largest Strawberry Shortcake, playing the hits and giving out fabulous prizes from 10 AM to 4 PM. So stop by, meet some of our DJ staff, eat some shortcake, and have a great time. This Maryland Day is shaping up to be the most exciting yet, and WMUC would love to see you there!

LIVE on Third Rail Radio!

All Third Rail shows are live and on air, Sundays 6 – 9pm Eastern, and live audiences are welcome. Unless otherwise noted, all shows are free. You can come watch and listen to the shows live at WMUC Studios. Below is the schedule for the next month!

APRIL 30: Andru Bemis, Family Junction, Kinda Panda
MAY 7: Mark Vedete, Mason Summers, Friends of the Library
MAY 14: METAL SUNDAY with Burning Shadows, Engage, and Widow
MAY 21: Hott Beat, Mess Up the Mess, High Fives Happy Endings
MAY 28: The Exeter Popes, The Exponentials, The Omega Band

Duke Ellington on Better Git It In Your Soul This Tuesday!

The “Better Git It In Your Soul” radio program will be broadcasting a 2-hour Duke Ellington birthday tribute this Tuesday evening, 25 April 2006, from 6-8PM — join your host, the Harvman, for many rare recordings and airchecks, spanning from the 1920s to the 1970s.

It's Time For the Perkolator!

On the 22nd of April (THIS SATURDAY!!!), WMUC hosts The Perkolator. 9pm-2am DANCE PARTY at The College Perk. $4 at the door includes a free cup of coffee for that last minute booty shaking. WMUC DJs Rohan, Anna Scho and Erik Westlund and Matt Lilianfeld will be spinning all night.

College Perk is located at 9078 Baltimore Avenue and is easily accessible from campus by taking the Blue Line to the University View and walking North on Rte. 1. Parking is also available. Events are all ages but you must be 21 to drink.

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