That’s right folks. Our NEW fall schedule comes complete with 9 new students shows. Here’s a quick preview:
On Sunday from 2-3 am join “Theater in the Sky” for music from where else? Musical theater. But it’s not just a greatest hits of Broadway: there’s lots of stuff you’ve never heard before.
On Tuesday from 2-4 am, we present “Wall of Sleep” with the very best of Stoner, Sludge and Doom metal. Slow, br00tal riffs to carry you through the hellish night. Turn it up loud.
As a change of pace, Tuesday from 9-10 am, “Dynamic Encounters” explores 20th and 21st century classical compositions for a little taste of the avant garde first thing in the morning.
On Thursday from 2-4 am, join Gabe for “Return to Cool,” a program featuring jazz cuts, primarily from the 1950s and 60s. Perfect for the late night.
Just a few short hours later, from 6-8 am on Thursday, we have “Atmos in Suspension” where Matt explores the cutting edge of post-rock as the sun rises.
Also new on Thursday from 9-10 am is “Sound on Film,” a collection of the last century’s best and often most obscure music from the world of film. WVKR is your new home for Morricone and porno jams.
Back in the late night, on Fridays from 1-3 am we have “Electron Microscope” with live-mixed electronic jams, both sprawling and banging from Scandinavia to New York.
Immediately following “Electron Microscope” we have “Pop Connections” from 3-4 am. Riley takes you through the pop music canon with a focus on new releases that relate in mysterious, or literal ways.
And finally, on Saturdays from 2-3 am, “Tripspotting” rounds out our new programming with a hour of new music of the electronic variety, featuring “trip-” and “hip-” hop.
WVKR: tune in, tune in, and tune in.