WAMH Charts

Here’s this weeks charts here at WAMH: 1. Titus Andronicus: Local Business – Comparatively light, rollicking followup to the classic The Monitor from the Jersey punk geniuses 2. Kendrick Lamar: good kid, m.a.a.d. city – Respect my mind or die from lead showers 3. Miguel: Kaleidoscope Dream – Delightfully smooth breakthrough from one of the...
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WAMH Charts

Here’s another edition of WAMH’s top 30 charts from this past week. Enjoy and check out some of these records when you get the chance: 1. Miguel – Kaelidoscope Dream: Impossibly smooth jam fest from a dude out to prove that R&B ain’t just Frankie Ocean’s game. 2. Flying Lotus – Until the Quiet Comes:...
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WAMH Charts 9/24/12

Here are the WAMH charts from after our first week of broadcasting. Check out what we’ve been playing: 1. Frank Ocean: Channel Orange – Break out R&B star delivers in a big way on smooth, wonderfully crafted AOTY candidate. 2. Purity Ring: Shrines – Ghostly debut from electropop duo. 3. Grizzly Bear: Shields – Choir...
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The Interwoven Relationship between Mourning and Melancholia in Cannibal Ox’s “Iron Galaxy”

I wrote this for my “Literature and Psychoanalysis” class this semester. It’s about the song “Iron Galaxy” by Cannibal Ox which you can hear here Cannibal Ox’s “Iron Galaxy” addresses the cold, rotting nature of inner city New York. The rap duo, aided by El-P’s production, mechanically paint a picture of an urban landscape filled...
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WAMH Charts 4/2/12

Here’s the top 15 at WAMH from this past week: 1. Shins – Port of Morrow: May or may not change your life. 2. The Men – Open Your Heart: Rock revivalists take on many different genres/eras, do a uniformly fantastic job. 3. Julia Holter – Ekstasis: Greek myth indebted classicist goes pop, crafts a...
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WAMH’s weekly charts

Hey, For those looking for music recommendations or interested in seeing what’s most popular here at WAMH right now, we’ve decided to post our charts. Here’s a top 15 for you and in the future, if you want to hear what WAMH’s been playing in the past week, tune in on Sunday nights, 8-10 PM...
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Valentine’s Day

As everyone knows, Valentine’s day is only about capitalism and sex! To commemorate this lovely day, here is a compilation of a variety of wonderful songs of lust for you to listen to while making a possible love interest highly uncomfortable 1) Danny Brown – I Will This is one of the dirtiest songs I...
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“Black History Month”

‘Loud, nasty, brutish and short’ would be the best way to describe Death from Above 1979’s record label debut You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine. But that was back in 2004, so why, you might ask, is it relevant today? Firstly, it’s the first—of February that is—the perfect time to replay their song “Black History...
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Six Degrees of Calvin Johnson

Well, really just one. Calvin Johnson, a giant of the underground music scene for nearly 30 years, is, and I don’t think I’m exaggerating here- the Messiah. Johnson is best known as the singer/creative force/hip-swiveler of the lo-fi outfit Beat Happening. Perhaps even more importantly though, he is the founder of Olympia, WA-based K Records,...
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WAMH, My Lord and Savior

Next to love, both requited and not, Jesus is the most frequent subject of songs.* And let me tell you, there are some pretty amazing songs about Jesus, the Messiah, Jehovah, Son of God, what have you. Even though writing a song about Jesus may seem simple, it is an art that few master. Here...
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