Thursday, June 28, 2007

Ward Wolff Wednesdays 2

These are new songs off of new albums that we like. Don't yell at us if they aren't fresh enough for you. This is Vermont. Our internet tubes are filled with 'Otter Summer.

Boombip (Sacchrilege EP) - This album proves that Boombip's change from shitty IDM to good Dancehall was a synth-tastic idea.
One of Eleven(mp4)

Chromeo (Fancy Footwork) - Their keyboards grew legs so that they could walk it out.

Daniel Johnston (Welcome to my World) - A collection of beloved tracks from everyone's favorite mentally ill singer-songwriter's early, rough, and incredibly charming records.
Casper the Friendly Ghost(mp3)

Depeche Mode (Playing the Angel) - This album isn't new at all, and neither is Depeche Mode. But I just can't get enough.
John the Revelator(mp3)

Field Music (Tones of Town) - Nice poppy folk rock that is pleasing to the ears.
Working to Work(mp4)

M.I.A. (Boyz single) - This should be your new ringtone.

Matthew Dear (Asa Breed) - New electronica from one of Detroit's most well known remixers.
Midnight Lovers(mp3)

Maximo Park (Our Earthly Pleasures) - "His accent is awesome, and his music is nice as well."
Karaoke Plays(mp3)

Montag (Going Places) - A great place somewhere between soft-electronic pop and more ambient folktronica.
Softness, I Forgot Your Name(mp3)

The Chemical Brothers
(Do it Again) - The Chemical Brothers are back, and although this isn't the best song off their new album, this remix pounds.
Do It Again (Oliver Huntemann Remix)(mp3)

The Sea and Cake (Everybody) - This album settles into a groove in my soul that stimulates all of my shakras. No, up a little bit...yeah, over a little...yeah...that's the spot.
Exact to Me(mp3)

Project Jenny, Project Jan (xoxoxoxoxo) - Project Jenny, Project Jan made me dance so hard laugh came out my nose.

Tuesday, June 26, 2007


WRMC 91.1 FM Middlebury has joined the coalition to save internet radio. We are speaking out against the recent ruling by the Copyright Royalty Board to increase webcasters' royalty rates between 300 and 1200 percent over the next 5 years. This ruling presents a grave danger for the future of the diversity of internet radio and threatens the existence of countless smaller radio stations. Though this ruling aims to rightfully compensate artists, we believe that it will hurt these artists in the long run.

Today, many webcasters are observing a national Day of Silence. Particpants include MTV Radio, Pandora, LaunchCast, Live365, Rhapsody, Accuradio, and many others. We will be shutting down our internet stream and will be locally broadcasting PSAs throughout the day for all of the Champlain Valley.

Join us in protest of this fully arbitrary increase in fees to stream web radio. Visit to find out how to contact your local members of Congress to ask them to back the Internet Radio Equality Act. Thanks for your support.

Sunday, June 24, 2007


what's the only thing better than feist's new album The Reminder?

well if you were to ask ward wolff, he would tell you its these super tight remixes by chromeo, boys noize, and van she tech ;)

and courtesy of the always awesome analog giant:

feist - 1234 (van she remix) (mp3)

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Ward Wolff Wednesdays* 1

These are new songs off of new albums that we like. Don't yell at us if they aren't fresh enough for you. This is Vermont. Our internet tubes are filled with Cabot cheese.

Digitalism (Idealism) - Digitalism: this shit is fairly epic.....

Bonde Do Role (With Lasers) - It's in Portuguese. We don't know what they're saying, but the language of music is universal;)
Solta O Frango(mp4)

TTC (3615) - Yeah, but the French are assholes.
Une Bande De Mecs Sympa(mp4)

Riow Arai + Nongenetic (Riow Arai + Nongenetic) - Japanese djs and fresh mcs.
Oh Snap feat Breaff(mp4)

Battles (Mirrored) - drums, guitars, power.

Architecture in Helsinki
(Heart it Races EP) - One amazing song done 5 amazing ways.
Heart It Races - DJ Rupture's Ital Hymn Mix Featuring Mr Lee G(mp4)

The Clientele (God Save the Clientele) - "Welcome to the world of The Clientele where you will float amongst overgrown gardens while the salty spray of the ocean chills your swollen heart." (Ward Wolff 2007)
From Brighton Beach To Santa Monica(mp4)

Get Set Go (Selling Out & Going Home) - A Mr. T experience for the modern man and woman.
I'll Be Your Heroin(mp4)

Spoon (Ga ga ga ga ga) - From the moment I heard Spoon on the OC, I knew they were destined for great things. This album will be great for a long time.
The Underdog(mp4)

The White Stripes (Icky Thump) - Put your hands up for Detroit!
Icky Thump(mp4)

Art Brut (It's a Bit Complicated) - Funny, charming dance rock about the band's life.
Pump up the Volume(mp4)

Kenna (Out of Control: State of Emotion EP) - Spankrock remixes are good.
Free Donuts and Shellfish(Spankrock remix) (mp4)

Land of Talk (Applause Cheer Boo Hiss) - "...the music will hit you and make you move fo' sho. At least a little bit." (Ward Wolff 2007)
All My Friends (mp4)

*The aforementioned was not consulted in the process of naming our weekly music update post. However, he was indeed pleasantly surprised to find not only that his colleagues thought of him, but also that alliteration makes him tingle.

Friday, June 15, 2007

Number 1 in the Champlain Valley

We are back on the air. We are back on top in the Champlain Valley. We are back into glow-in-the-dark shirts, fannypacks, and asymmetrical outfits. And we are so back into LNDPs. This Friday night (somewhere, sometime to sometime) the torches in Proctor will burn brightly and the mead will flow like fucking bromine: MERRY-MAKING...broadcast live on WRMC 91.1.

Thursday, June 14, 2007