Tag: WNUR

  • Pitchfork Preview: Moses Sumney

    FRIDAY, BLUE STAGE, 5:15pm Dear friend, Click this. Now look at me. There’s a certain kind of sound that is avoided when a musician forgoes formal training. It’s a sound of tired melodies, recycled structures, trite lyrics. Too many proficient musicians box themselves in to produce derivative works, while others put forth great effort to […]

  • 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: 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 […]