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2. Attend the weekly music meeting Mondays at 7p in CB201. Need directions? Here's a station map.
July 15- WMUL's very own James Roach interviewed the guitarist for the legendary rock band Kansas this morning. The phone interview covered topics including how Kansas got started and what fans can expect from the band in the future.
May 24- James Roach interviews the popular local Appalachian Funk group. The band plays several of their songs, while answering many interesting questions.
Apr. 28 - The Huntington-based rap group The Doulton Gang dropped a subtle reference to WMUL in their recently released Marshall football anthem. Don't believe us? Check out the lyrics:
learn the song, so when they play it you can say it
88.1 to the club get hype and say this
Request "U Herd" at 304-696-6651 during our hip-hop hours weekdays from 1-3, Friday nights starting at 9 and Saturday nights starting at 6. And remember: 88.1 WMUL is now the only station in the Tri-State with pure hip-hop blocks.
Feb. 4 - Aaron Payne interviewed the five-member band at a local establishment, and they also perform three songs for the show.
Dec. 15 - The 2000s are almost over, and the Snob Rock crew wanted to end the decade in the only way they know how: by unveiling lists of best and worst songs of the decade. Due to server space constraints, we will chronicle only the panel's number ones.
Nov. 17 - Veteran hip-hop and reggae duo Rudebouyz interview an up-and-coming artist from deep in NYC. REalitiE granted us two separate interviews and hung out with us for more than an hour.
Oct. 22 - The band, consisting of Aaron Brown, Tim Jamison, Zach Johnston, Courtney Holschuh and Maxamillion Nolte, performed several songs for us. Please note that some portions are really quiet, so you may have to adjust your volume frequently.
Oct. 8 - Unsigned artist Rachel Renfroe goes unplugged for an hour with Brian Adkins and Delaney McLemore. If you're pressed for time, the "Show Me Truth" premiere starts at 11:50 in Part II of the interview.
Sept. 24 - Delaney McLemore and Brian Adkins interview Huntington-based hip-hop artist Drew Temple.
Sept. 17 - They did a set on Buskirk Field Thursday afternoon, and Brian Adkins--or Badkins as we lovingly call him--will interview the Huntington-based The Good Fight tonight from 8-9 p.m. on 88.1 and online.
|1||Daft punk||Around the world|
|2||augustana||sweet & low|
|3||gang of four||5.45|
|4||ok go||back from kathmandu|
|5||avenged sevenfold||bat country|
|9||brand new||Seventy times 7|
|10||band of horses||Weed party|
|2||ice cube||ask about me|
|4||Lil' wayne||a milli|
|5||kanye west||all of the lights|
|6||dirty money ft. rick ross||angels|
|7||t.i.||big things poppin|
|8||wiz khalifa||black & yellow|
|9||jay z||Empire state of mind|
|10||Kanye west ft. t-pain||heartless|