Morningwood Interview

June 3rd, 2010 by The Professor

Morningwood
The 2009 Morningwood interview when Chantal Claret chatted with Pat Taylor

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WLOY @ Kidstock 2010

June 3rd, 2010 by The Professor


A new festival for kids debuts this year in Lauraville. Kidstock promises to be a blast for kids of all ages with music and fun from noon to 5pm.

WLOY will be there all day running a special What Happens Next? program for any kids that wish to participate. Even if you don’t come to the regular sessions on campus (Fridays 4-6pm) you are welcome to come to the booth and finish one of the special stories created for the event. From noon to 3pm you can even meet the author Esta de Fossard and work with her on your story! Read the rest of this entry »



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Stephen Lynch Interview

June 2nd, 2010 by The Professor

Interviewed by various Loyola including Brendan McCahill ’03.

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The Professor Wins an Award!

May 16th, 2010 by Tim Teeling

John Devecka Loyola AMDG Award Winner 2010

WLOY is proud to announce that our Operations Manager, John Devecka, has won the 2010 Loyola University AMDG Community Award. He is the man who started our push for Haiti relief fundraising. Without him, there wouldn’t have been a 100% match from the Aber D. Unger Foundation. John has made an impact on the Loyola Campus, the Greater Baltimore Community, and from his efforts this past semester, to countless people in Haiti.

The entire WLOY staff would like to thank John for all his hard work over the years at WLOY. We are proud of you and proud to say we work for WLOY. Read the full press release after the break!

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Lance Says Goodbye

May 14th, 2010 by The Professor

Lance sheds a single tear in memory of the good times in Austin and all the graduating seniors of 2010. With thanks and great hopes for your futures, WLOY says goodbye to Eric “Hans” Sappington, Rich “The DJ” Rodrigues, Jeff “The X is Silent” Malone, Mike “The Red” Mennis, Jenna Mercadante, Brittany Sigler and Heather Doyle. We also wonder why only the guys got dorky nicknames.

You’re all leaving on a high note as Club of the Year! Not a bad way to go out. Congratulations and all the best for the future!! You will be missed. Well, maybe not Eric, but the rest of you certainly will be. Lance reminds Hans that what happens in Austin stays in Austin, unless you’re dumb enough to leave photos behind… which will be very helpful when soliciting alumni donations ;)

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Built to Spill – There’s Nothing Wrong with Love

May 13th, 2010 by Eric Loose

Built to Spill, the indie-rock band hailing from Boise, Idaho, has one of the deepest and most accomplished discographies you can find in the genre. Yes, I said it.

The name Doug Martsch may not conjure the same thoughts that a mention of Elliott Smith does, and someone bringing up a song from Keep it Like a Secret may be less common than someone mentioning a song from In the Aeroplane Over the Sea. That being said, this band is definitely a classic in their genre. The successive albums Keep it Like a Secret, which contains a laid-back summer twang, and Perfect From Now On, Martsch ventures a few tiny steps into progressive territory, are absolute masterpieces. But I digress… I’m here to explain the beauty of the prelude to these, There’s Nothing Wrong With Love. Read the rest of this entry »



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Castevet – Summer Fences

May 13th, 2010 by Eric Loose

Open your ears and let that beautiful, simplistic melody flood your brain with ideas of happiness and contentment. As the song progresses, you can feel the emotion begin to well up as the instrumentation becomes more and more complex. You can’t remember the last time you felt this relaxed as you tilt your head back and feel your eyelids shut – but only halfway. And just as the vocals come in, so smoothly and fluidly, from the most mellifluous vo- WAIT! Read the rest of this entry »



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Celeste Starchild Interview

May 11th, 2010 by The Professor

Interviewed in the studio by Jeff Malone ’10

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Chuck Ragan – Gold Country

May 11th, 2010 by Eric Loose

Summary: Chuck Ragan made me think twice about my hatred towards country music…incredibly consistent and well-structured, Gold Country is not one to miss this year.

Punk and country music don’t have a whole lot in common, right? Chuck Ragan sets to prove that wrong with Gold Country and does a pretty damn good job of it. Former frontman of punk band Hot Water Music, Ragan didn’t have a whole lot to prove. He was already pretty acclaimed in the punk scene. So, when he decided to swap Hot Water Music for a solo country-Western album, I was a little surprised. His first solo album, Feast or Famine, was a bare-bones album that managed to showcase Ragan”s versatility. His follow-up incorporates that same simplicity, but Ragan manages to add a little extra here and there. Read the rest of this entry »



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Megapolis Festival comes to Baltimore

May 10th, 2010 by The Professor

Not graduating? Or just looking for something cool to do that weekend? Check out the Megapolis Festival for everything from how to make your own electronic instruments to organic audio performances.

The Megapolis Festival is an annual, weekend-long celebration of the craft of DIY audio creation. Artists, documentarians, musicians, and fans come together to share secrets on producing and presenting challenging audio works online, on-air, and on the stage.

WLOY is proud to support and sponsor the Megapolis Festival and hope to see you there! Don’t forget we’re sponsoring the Saturday Night show at The Windup Space (12 West North Avenue) from 9pm – 2am featuring:

LUCKY DRAGONS
VISTAS
HERBERT ECKHARDT
JASON SLOAN, STEVE BRADLEY, BON CHAMPION AND DAVID FONG
DJ TRENT of WFMU
DJ DUBBLE8

Come on out and have a ball, experience something unique in a great space.



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