We are so happy to announce that a feature has been added to our new playlist based on a huge number of requests.
Yes! You can search the playlist now! Just click here or go to the Playlist page and look to the upper right corner.
Please enjoy to your heart's content.
Our little end of year gift to you.
Ed Special's Xmas Eve Radio Party hits the airwaves Thursday from 1am to noon and 8 to 10pm.
On Wednesday, November 11, we broadcast a conversation with musician Julia Holter about her latest album Have You in My Wilderness with Living Writers guest host Elizabeth Wason. If you missed it, you can now listen here!
They spoke about writing music, making field recordings, what life is like when you’re bankrolled by a record label, and which is more fun: Scoring a film, or acting in one.
Living Writers airs every Wednesday, 5-6 p.m.(EST) on WCBN-FM, 88.3 Ann Arbor. The program can be streamed during show-time at www.wcbn.org and show archives are available as podcasts on iTunes.
The original God Knows Who ensemble performed regularly at Joe's Star Lounge, the Performance Network and the Ann Arbor 16mm Film Festival. GKW recently mutated from out of its obligatory prolonged sleep. Three decades have fortunately done little to change the lo-fi nuance this band held so dear.
Ben Miller on various mistuned guitars, tapes, voice, and DR-55 -- Mark Murrell on fretless 5-string bass
Randy Baker on les paul and units -- Mike Hall on drum kit.
#only90skids... WCBN is breaking out our mobile DJ rig yet again to play 90s classics—and shoulda-been classics—all night long. Organized by U-M students for U-M students, and inspired by UMMA’s exhibition “Come as You Are: Art of the 1990s,” the 7th annual Student Late Night event at UMMA will be a blast. Be sure to wear your best ’90s outfit for the photo booth, and enjoy the free snacks!
So this past weekend I saw The Orb at a suburban venue that doesn't usually do electronic shows. It was easily the biggest '90s flashback I've ever witnessed (so far). The DJ was playing Faithless when I walked in and I saw someone wearing an URB magazine hoodie. Not that I'm complaining or making fun of anyone, I just thought it was funny. The Orb were awesome of course. Unfortunately I didn't get too see Godflesh and Prurient because the show was canceled at the last minute (not the first time I bought tickets to see Godflesh and the show was canceled). But it's ok because tomorrow I'm driving to Chicago to see Autechre!!! Then on Thursday Laetitia Sadier and Deradoorian are playing at the MOCAD, and on Saturday Bombardier (veteran breakcore producer) will be at Far House. Oh, and then Kraftwerk will be playing in Detroit next Monday, that's something to look forward to as well. -paul