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Five albums into their punk project dubbed The Goo Goo Dolls, John Rzeznik and Robby Takac broke through. “Name” was their first big hit, and left some fans complaining that they had gone too mainstream. One fan even sent Rzeznik a letter in 1998 that started “Dear F-----,” which, he told Guitar World, was not the first time he’d been called such an awful name.
The enigmatic cult icon Frank Ocean is finally back with some new content for the first time in a while. As he had done in the past with new singles such as “Biking,” “Chanel” and “Slide,” Ocean played his latest singles, “DHL” and “In My Room,” as the last song during his Beats1 radio show, blonded RADIO, with “DHL” being released on Oct. 19 and “In My Room” being released on Nov. 2.
This decade, Wilco’s frontman and songwriter, Jeff Tweedy, has released five albums with the band he started 25 years ago, taken time for solo projects and an album with his son, guest starred on Parks and Rec (in the fictional band Land Ho) and written a memoir released last November. And after all that, Tweedy and company released their 12th studio album, Ode to Joy, last month, his most essential work this decade.
Kanye West's latest album, Jesus Is King, was released last Friday to the tamest reception of any Kanye solo album to date. There have been fewer headlines, fewer conversations among casual rap fans and fewer tweets. People are finally taking Kanye less seriously, even as he turns his music toward the power of salvation.
Taylor Swift is having fun again on "Lover," and in a way that feels much more natural than "Reputation."
Josh Urban, host of the monthly rock show "The Signalman" on campus radio station WDCE, is the man behind the station's new initiative, RVA Worldwide.
In a benefit concert held Saturday night at The Pier, the university's radio station, WDCE 90.1 FM, sought not only to raise money, but also to raise campus awareness of the station.
It is Monday morning in a dark room in North Court, and the phone rings. A voice on the other end delivers bad news -- the third disaster this week. "We can't make it," the voice says, "We're splitting up."
The University of Richmond's student-run radio station, WDCE 90.1 FM, is seeking a transmission power-boost, which would increase the station's broadcast range from its current nine-mile radius to almost 25 miles.
Exactly fifty years ago this fall, rumors began to fly that the University of Richmond was going to have its very own radio station.
There is a hidden world in the basement of North Court. Behind a dark brown door near the varsity tennis courts is WDCE 90.1 FM Richmond, where shelves are filled with colorful CDs and records and the iTunes server has 40,000 songs.
The Westhampton Center construction began first and will end first. It started after Thanksgiving and is projected to end in August or September 2009. The Robins Foundation granted $3 million of the $3.6 million center, and more than 200 supporters have closed the gap in gifts. The contractor is RVA Construction and Smith McClane Architects is the architect.
By Michael Gaynor
With a new location and a new general manager, the students that run the university's radio station, WDCE 90.1, say they hope more people will tune in. The WDCE staff recently selected Ben Russell as its new general manager.