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ALBUM REVIEW: BRIGHT GREEN FIELD BY SQUID

The past few years have seen the release of a variety of post-punk releases ranging in both sounds and influences. This year was especially packed, with releases from bands like Black Country, New Road, and Shame it’s safe to say that a revival of some sort is on the horizon if not here already. Squid’s debut album “Bright Green Field” is definitely a stand out among these numerous albums and has already become one of my favorite albums of the year so far. The mix of noisy energetic tracks and interesting

Spring Semester to Start Virtually

All classes will begin virtually, except in instances where a student is involved in clinical and field placements, practica, co-ops, internships and other work-related experiential learning activities.

ALBUM REVIEW: BRIGHT GREEN FIELD BY SQUID

The past few years have seen the release of a variety of post-punk releases ranging in both sounds and influences. This year was especially packed, with releases from bands like Black Country, New Road, and Shame it’s safe to say that a revival of some sort is on the horizon if not here already. Squid’s debut album “Bright Green Field” is definitely a stand out among these numerous albums and has already become one of my favorite albums of the year so far. The mix of noisy energetic tracks and interesting

WVCW Radio Training Day

Are you interested in learning about radio or hosting your own show? WVCW is hosting a training day for all VCU students no matter your level of experience.

 

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STUDIO SPOTLIGHT

Love is Blind is Back!

Fill out our official Love is Blind dating survey. Our matchmaking experts will then match two people for a very special blind date, compliments of WVCW

WVCW ON RADIOFX

Download the RadioFX app for the best college radio experience anywhere.

Interact with DJs and other listeners, Participate in polls & contests, View programming scheduled to discover the music and content that interests you, And much more!

ALUMNI: WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

Bored? Feeling trapped inside? Longing for an outlet? Return to your roots and do a radio show! The WVCW Alumni Show is your opportunity to return to the airwaves!

CHALKBOARD Sessions

Our award winning Chalkboard Sessions invite artists into our office to play in front of our chalkboard wall. The shows are first posted on Facebook, but will appear here on the website as well.

Mrs. Understood: Chalkboard Session

Mrs. Understood: Chalkboard Session

Remember house shows… well this week, Mrs. Understood invites us into their living room as they rock out to spellbinding instrumentals and ever empathetic lyrics.

w main st: WVCW Chalkboard Sessions

w main st: WVCW Chalkboard Sessions

Michael Di Costanzo (drums & guitar) and Matthew Taleghani (vocals & guitar) form w main st. They invited chalkboard into their dorm for a fantastic performance.

Plastic Nancy: WVCW Chalkboard Sessions (1/25/2020)

Plastic Nancy: WVCW Chalkboard Sessions (1/25/2020)

Local Richmond psych-rock band, Plastic Nancy, joined us in the station to play some songs off of their new album, Last of the Electric Flowers. Check it out now on Spotify. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11sFQzwfEPI

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