Photos from Open Mic Night 6-2-17

Here are some photos from the 6-2-17 Open Mic Night, held in BJ's Lounge in the Campus Center of Kettering University. Some of these pics have been added to the "Open Mic Night 6-2-17" album in our gallery, with more to come soon! Check out the video below in which current Cristian Little, WKUF Station Manager and host of Keep Calm & Rock On, performs the Bullet for My Valentine song "Road to Nowhere".

WKUF's 50th Anniversary Presentation of Sgt. Pepper

Please join us for our 50th anniversary presentation of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, which was released on June 1st, 1967. Along with playing Sgt. Pepper in its entirety, hosts DJ Paradise and DJ Southern Belle will have some fun facts about the album and some surprises too!

Below is the schedule for our 50th anniversary presentation of Sgt. Pepper (all times Eastern):

Thurs 6/1 at 8 pm and 11 pm
Fri 6/2 at 11 pm
Sat 6/3 at 4 pm
Sun 6/4 at 7 pm

 

If you missed our presentation or just want to hear it again, please click here

Artist Spotlight: Black Map

The latest addition to WKUF's automated playlist is the song "Run Rabbit Run" by San Francisco alt-metal trio Black Map. Consisting of Ben Flanagan on bass and vocals, Chris Robyn on drums and Mark Engles on guitar, Black Map was formed during the hiatuses of the members' respective bands: Dredg (Engles),  Far (Robyn), and The Trophy Fire (Flanagan). So far, Black Map has released an EP and two full-length albums. Their latest album "In Droves" was released on March 10th of this year and has received strong reviews from such outlets as Metal Injection and Cryptic Rock. As I mentioned, you can hear "Run Rabbit Run" (including an intro by WKUF's very own lil_DJ) in our automated. You can also watch the video for the song below.  For more info about Black Map, you can click the photo above to access their Facebook page or visit their Bandcamp page

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