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"not the spaces you know, but between them" broadcast: Saturday, August 6, 10:00am - 3:00pm

WXDU in conjunction with Three Lobed Recordings is excited to announce a special broadcast of the upcoming 4 LP box set not the spaces you know, but between them. The box set features new music from:
 

Sun City Girls, Steve Gunn, Sonic Youth, Mouthus, Comets on Fire, D. Charles Speer & the Helix / Wooden Wand, Eternal Tapestry, and Bardo Pond.

In addition to broadcasting the full box set, we will also air interviews and play the bonus material that accompanies some versions of the set.

Tune in to 88.7 fm in the Durham area or stream the event live on the WXDU website www.wxdu.org!

More information about the box set can be found at: http://www.threelobed.com/tlr/tlr080.html

 

WXDU Promotes Hopscotch Hip-Hop Compilation

Hopscotch festival is quickly gaining recognition as a powerhouse of local and national indie rock.  This year, Eric Tullis, an Independent Weekly writer, is spearheading a hiphop compilation project for hip hop artists in North Carolina to be featured at the festival.  So wat cha sayin is currently accepting songs and submissions for a chance to be on the first Hopscotch hip hop compilation album.  You can email sowatchasayinNC@gmail.com with your submissions or visit http://sowatchasayin.com/ for more info!

 

 

WXDU presents Jeffrey Lewis & the Junkyard @ Duke Coffeehouse April 1

WXDU is proud to announce that it will be presenting Jeffrey Lewis & the Junkyard at the Duke Coffeehouse along with local favorites, Billy Sugarfix and the Wigg Report. The show will be Friday, April 1st at 9pm! Tickets will be $5 at the door or free with Duke ID. Hope to see y'all there!

"Born and raised Lower East Sider Jeffrey Lewis leads a double-life, as both a comic book writer/artist and a musician (or is that a triple-life?). His band Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard also has a schizophrenic existence, ranging between contemplative folk narratives and distortion-fueled garage rock. "