Tag: Rock Show

  • WNUR and the Block Cinema present SONIC CELLULOID XII

    This Friday, May 9, WNUR-FM 89.3 and the Block Cinema are proud to present SONIC CELLULOID XII, WNUR Rock Show’s annual experimental film and music showcase. Come watch three artists perform live film scores and RECONFIGURE YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS. Doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m. $4 for students, $6 for the public. […]

  • Torn From the Bible: Whacked Out Edition

    This edition of Torn From The Bible is dedicated to some of the more eccentric back-pages of the Rock Bible. Recommended reading for any fans of wacked out [sic] music.   Gratitude and appreciation, as always, to the Rock Show staff of yore who contributed these pages; some of them give themselves credit, and some […]

  • Torn From The Bible: UK Punk Edition

    In this installment of our (semi-)regular Torn From The Bible feature, I pulled a few pages related to the early days of the UK Punk scene. Those for your reading pleasure after the break, plus a couple of DJ training sheets. Gratitude and appreciation, as always, to the Rock Show staff of yore who contributed […]

  • Torn From The Bible: Week of October 8

    This past Monday was the first Rock Show meeting of the year, and the staff started big with a look at underground rock in New York from 1960 – 1978. After the jump, get yourself educated with the pages the Rock staff taught from:     Gratitude and appreciation, as always, to the Rock Show […]

  • Torn From The Bible: Back 2 School

    In case the huge box on the main page didn’t clue you in, this week is WNUR’s big recruitment push for fall quarter. The WNUR fall recruitment meeting is TONIGHT (October 2) IN ANNIE MAY SWIFT AUDITORIUM AT 8 PM. With that in mind, I wanted to pull some pages pertaining to what The Rock […]

  • Torn From The Bible: FEATURE DEBUT

    Among those who have come and gone through WNUR’s The Rock Show, I don’t know if there’s anything as memorable as the Rock Bible; over more than twenty years, the Rock Show staff has compiled a seriously exhaustive compendium of independent, alternative, and experimental music. The pages of the Rock Bible serve as the basis […]