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Tuesday, January 3rd, 2006
1:10 pm
hey yall


so i host "atmospheric pressure" every late saturday/early sunday 12:00 midnight... I just redesigned my website and i invite you to check that ish out


Thursday, June 16th, 2005
5:23 pm
I thought I'd share these, since they're cool, and rocking. :)
Saturday, January 29th, 2005
2:42 am

WBRS is pleased to present the Spring 2005 schedule for the Joint, our weekly live music show. Shows are broadcast every Tuesday night from 10-midnight live on air.

All shows are held in the multi-purpose room of the Shapiro Campus Center and are free, all ages, and open to the public.

For live music and booking inquiries please email Sheryl, booking (at) wbrs.org

February 1st - Caged Heat

February 8th - No show tonight, see you next week!

February 15th- Caroline Gulde

February 22nd- Amalgam

March 1st - Humanwine

March 8th - The Sixfifteens (from NY)

March 15th - Amun Ra

March 22nd - The Accident// Raianne

March 29th - Via Audio

April 5th - Leo Blais

April 12th - Fred Woodard Trio

April 19th - ILYAIMY (from VA)

April 26th - TBA


Current Mood: awake
Monday, January 10th, 2005
8:18 am
i've been wondering about this for a while

where is the transmitter for the station? i've actually tried to tune into the station sometimes when i'm hanging out, and it never ever comes in. that's pretty sad considering i live less than 2 miles away from it. i very very faintly get the fox from worcester, but its horribly staticy

what's our broadcast radius?

haha not to be incredibly negative, the webcast is fine, i just like using my radio sometimes.
Monday, December 13th, 2004
11:12 am
The Strong Bad email that WBRS members have been waiting for . . . .

"Dead air, um, dead air."

Current Mood: giggly
Wednesday, November 17th, 2004
7:41 am
party tonight
you guys probably already got this via email, but

Hey Wonderful Staff Members,
I just wanted to let all of you know that we are having a staff party on
Wednesday at The Stein. It's from 9-11 with free food and music of course!
To attend you must be an active staff member which basically means you're up
to date with your co-op whether or not you have a show. I hope to see you
all there and it will be a great time!

ps-i have the tape of interviews. its not very intimidating, but its my first piece this year. so i don't think its too horrible.
Monday, November 15th, 2004
2:40 pm
My apologies if this ended up on your friends list three times.
get the word out! we're looking for competitors! this Sunday! costs nothing! win prizes! more info here.

We've worked really really hard setting this up... it's gonna be a blast and you should come. We're still looking for people to compete, too- just email waxoff@wbrs.org with your name (and, if you like, some info about yourself). It's free to battle and a winner plus 2 runners-up will get fabulous prizes (including CASH and equipment and free airtime).

It's at the Paradise (Comm. Av near BU, across from T. Anthony and all the muffler and tire places). This Sunday.

Please tell your friends, even if you're not personally interested.

Brandeis folks: You can probably get a ride down there with us, and we'd be glad to have any help you could offer. Email me or waxoff@wbrs.org.
Wednesday, November 10th, 2004
5:09 pm
quack quack
I would just like to say I finished the promo i filmed sunday. its sad. i have an hour or so of footage and i had to cut it down to like 5 minutes. But, when it goes live, i'll drop off a tape of it.
uh. oh one last thing

what's jen's last name/position? everybody else I interviewed directts something.. she's entertainment maybe? but what's her last name?
Tuesday, September 14th, 2004
5:55 pm
i was just curious. i asked julie last night. does wbrs do a halloween party? haha i'm planning out my costume and i think it would suck to only wear it twice. so

do we do a halloween party? or do we spud one?

btw- I'm going as M. Bison from street fighter!

Thursday, September 9th, 2004
1:25 pm
Hey, anyone who was at Orientation wanna post about how it went (WBRS-wise) for those of us who weren't there?
Wednesday, August 11th, 2004
5:40 pm
2004 The Joint Schedule.

I am very proud to present the Fall 2004 Joint schedule. 

All shows are on Tuesday nights at 10pm, live from the multi purpose room in the Shapiro student center (and of course online and on your radio from 100.1fm).  For more info or if you'd like to help with anything just hit me up.


Sept. 7th    = Ravin Klaim
Sept. 14th  = Rosie Huntress
Sept. 21st  = Stellar Tuesday (from NYC)
Sept. 28th  = The Charms

Oct. 5th     = Rod Webber
Oct. 12th   = No*Ledge
Oct. 19th   = Fluttr
Oct. 26th   = The Nicaea Room

Nov. 2nd   = Dean Fields
Nov. 9th    = Baby Strange
Nov. 16th  = Mieka
Nov. 23rd  = MYSTERY SHOW!
Nov. 29th  = The Lincoln Conspiracy

Dec. 7th   = Akela

Saturday, July 24th, 2004
8:03 pm
hi there
so i stumbled into this community a while ago but i just remebered how to post..

i am stan. i think i've met most of the people here... but yeah i do afterschool special thurs 4-6 and roots connection sat 3-5....

yeahh haha cool kid


Current Mood: amused
Thursday, June 24th, 2004
9:54 pm
Give me your gun! so I can shoot out the sun, now that's something.

The WBRS fall semester booking email will be going out shortly. 

Please, if you are reading this and know of any musician or band that would be interested in appearing on our live music programming, give me their email address.


Cos, I am looking at you.

and the rest of you. Git on it.

Friday, May 14th, 2004
12:06 am
I am finally, finally, finally, after umpteen hours of packing and loading and driving and unloading and unpacking, settled into Ziv 127-402. I was curious as to when everyone else in planning on getting here. So far I'm the only one who's moved in (though there's a girl staying here for yearbook who lives here). So . . . when will I see all your happy faces??

Current Mood: exhausted
Monday, April 19th, 2004
11:33 pm
I have a second livejournal, cosmusic, where I post about music, and lots of Boston area shows. Come take a look, and tell other people you know who may be interested. I try to occasionally posted about things that aren't Boston-specific, like cool new bands, music venue issues, stories, to keep it interesting for readers who don't live here too.
Monday, April 12th, 2004
1:06 am
Ummmmm...I'm Louise, I'm the current general manager of WBRS and the host of XX Talk which airs on Monday nights at midnight (which is technically the first hour of Tuesday, really) and oh yeah, I produce/anchor the news too.

I was the personnel director last year and before that, I was a lil freshman doing shows such as Alphabet Soup and Stage and Screen.

12:46 am
I'm so smart!
I figured out how to post in a community. I'd just like to say that the Ian shelves rock my world. I want to say that Ian did a DAMN GOOD JOB and I can't wait for every BRSer to see them.


Current Mood: pleased
Friday, April 9th, 2004
11:59 pm
Ian's Shelving Update
Ian's Shelving Update: April 9, 2004
(Includes several more photos of the new sliding shelves)
Thursday, April 8th, 2004
12:24 pm
new CD shelves
Since we didn't get much of a space increase when we moved to the new building, WBRS started looking more seriously into getting fancy new shelves that can store more music in the same amount of space. I know e-boards have been talking about this since the mid-90s at least, they actually did it this time. The new shelves are being installed all this week. Aaron "Bishop" Read has snapped some shots of the CD shelves:
Thursday, March 25th, 2004
6:42 pm
So introductions, is it?
I'm Tom, aka beardedone, an alumni of the class of 1994 (with a big 10 year reunion in June.) I started with the station in the fall of 1990, became the Chief Announcer in the fall of 1991, and served as the Business Manager from fall of 1992 through spring of 1993, during which time Cos became the general manager.

In my time there, I started out with being boot strapped into the heavy metal hour on Thursday mornings, before interning with Jim on the local rock show on Friday mornings. In addition to being a disc jockey, I was a sub, a live music engineer for the Coffeehouse (challenging for those who are tone deaf, like me,)a news engineer, a news reporter, a sports reporter, a live talk show host (Quality Time as a sub,) and voice for at least one of the public service announcements. (No, murph_grrl and Matt Cohen were the voices on the Orgasmatron.)
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