For the week of September 13, 2011

  1. John Maus: We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves
  2. Bassnectar: Divergent Spectrum
  3. Black Moth Super Rainbow: Dandelion Gum (Reissue)
  4. The Cynics: Spinning Wheel Motel
  5. Brian Eno and Rick Holland: Drums Between The Bells
  6. Hercules And Love Affair: Blue Songs
  7. Braid: Closer to Closed
  8. Grace Jones: Hurricane
  9. Seun Anikulapo-Kuti: From Africa with Fury
  10. Stephen Malkmus: Mirror Traffic

Stay Warm and Fuzzy with WRCT this Fall

Hey there party people. Summer has come and gone, leaving us in the bitter Pittsburgh cold that we have become so accustomed to. But fear not! WRCT’s Fall Schedule has just begun and we have many new and exciting offerings for you to keep you warm and dry.

Have you ever had a yearning to hear the sweet sounds of Mother Russia? WRCT has you covered with the Russian Hour with Maxim on Tuesdays from 11pm till midnight and Thursdays from 4pm till 5pm. If that’s not your jam, perhaps you may enjoy two hours of classic Italo Disco and Glam Rock on Bridge City Dreamer with DJ Tammy on Thursdays from 1pm to 3pm. Not into having fun? It’s okay. Come witness the apocalypse with Matt Squared on Sundays from noon till 1pm. Your life will never be the same.

And for all our loyal fans, don’t worry, your favorite shows are still here. Zombo will still be making your ears bleed on Fridays, we’re still providing cultural education with Gordon Spencer on Sundays, and we’re still keeping in touch with the community with What’s Really Good Radio on Monday nights.

Check out the full schedule here: http://www.wrct.org/schedule/


For the week of September 6, 2011

  1. Fruit Bats: Tripper
  2. Grace Jones: Hurricane
  3. Mogwai: Earth Division
  4. Braid: Closer to Closed
  5. James Blake: James Blake
  6. Portugal. The Man: In the Mountain in the Cloud
  7. The Cynics: Spinning Wheel Motel
  8. Zomby: Dedication
  9. Junior Boys: It’s All True
  10. Dengue Fever: Cannibal Courtship

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