9:56 PM on 3·26·2017

Sometimes here at WHRW, we realize digital technology has became a major component in how we operate. So every once in a while, we like to make things intentionally hard for ourselves. That said, Vinyl Week was born. From 1 AM on 3/27 to 1 AM on 4/3, DJs will not be able to use any sort of computer to play music, relying solely on our rather large physical media collection. What kind of hidden gems will we pull out? Tune in this week to find out.

1:32 PM on 3·24·2017

Tonight at Cafe Oasis (142 Washington St., Binghamton, NY), WHRW presents our semi-annual space event not to be missed. Join us for all the dankest beats you can imagine. Doors open at 8:30 PM, and music starts at 9:30.

Artists include:
Coco Madison
Sharma B2B Roni (Vinyl Set)
Jizzy Fra


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by DJ Fishy Business from The Pursuit of Srattiness at 2:35 PM on 3·27·2017

A Story of Boy Meets Girl- Mychael Danna
Flume- Bon Iver
Us- Regine Spektor
Skinny Love- Bon Iver
Shoegaze- Alabama Shakes
Alaska- Maggie Rogers
For Emma- Bon Iver
Do I wanna Know- Arctic Monkeys

When You’re Smiling and Astride Me – Father John Misty
For a Fool – The Shins
Blessings – Chance the Rapper
Death with Dignity – Sufjan Stevens
Should Have Known Better – Sufjan Stevens

by DJ Will F from MILK WAIL at 11:35 AM on 3·27·2017

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Friend of the Devil – Grateful Dead
21st Century Schizoid Man – King Crimson
Maybe – Janis Joplin
Never Going Back Again – Fleetwood Mac
Carol King – It’s Too Late
Time in a Bottle – Jim Croce
Fire and Rain – James Taylor
Thunder Road – Bruce Springsteen
Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright – Bob Dylan
Psycho Killer – Talking Heads
Junebug – B52’s
Message of Love – Pretenders
Love is the Drug – Roxy Music
Scissor Man – XTC
Personality Crisis – New York Dolls
Girlfriend is Better – Talking Heads
Operator – Jim Croce

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