Welcome to the first edition of the WHCM Update! The aim of this newsletter is to give you an overview of all that’s happening here at Harper Radio. Whether it’s the latest tracks in rotation, notable or brand new shows, or any station news. This marks our second week in the Spring 2023 semester. Already we have so much planned for both new and existing programming. Stay tuned on 88.3 or the online stream for all the latest from the station.
We have two new hosts at WHCM this week! Listen in for “Francisco’s Show” from 8 to 9 AM every Tuesday for sports and other topics.
On the other end we have Kamil with “One Man’s Word”, a talk show on everyday life. Join him live on Thursdays at 3 PM.
Back from round the World
Global Tunes returns to the airwaves! After a hiatus, we welcome back Global Tunes and host Marie Lapidus. Accompanying her will be co-host Erica Berger. Drop in to hear song selections from their country of choice every Monday at 3:30 to 4:30 PM! Previous episodes re-air Sundays from 3 to 4 PM.
Global Tunes with Marie and Erica (Mon @ 3:30 – 4:30 PM)
Francisco’s Show – Francisco Recinos (Tue @ 8-9 AM)
One Man’s Word – Kamil Podgorski (Thurs @ 3-4 PM)
STATION/ MASS COMMUNICATION EVENTS
Club Expo (1/31)
On January 31st, we will be at Student Engagement’s Club Expo! Located at the Avanté Concourse, we’ll be there from 10 AM to 12 PM to promote the station. Join us to talk about your interest in radio, as well as receive some WHCM merch! Look for our table, or just listen, we’ll be the one playing the music.
Free Spring Film Series (Reoccurring)
The Harper College Communication Arts Department will be hosting a Free Spring Film Series on Thursdays at 6:30 PM in E107.
Upcoming films in “The Heist” category include;
- “Le Cercle Rouge” (1970) 1/26/23
- “Taking Of Pelham 123” (2000) 2/2/23
- “Hopscotch” (1980) 2/9/23
Be there, or be square.
FRESH TRACKS THIS WEEK
Andy Shauf – “Wasted On You”
From his new single “Telephone”, released January 18th, 2023
You may know Andy from his 2016 album “The Party” with songs like “The Magician” and “Quite Like You” being a couple of the most popular. His sound can be described as acoustic and reflective, with a hint of indie pop.
July Talk – “I Am Water”
From their new album “Remember Never Before” released January 20th, 2023
Canadian ensemble July Talk released “I Am Water” last week. With distorted vocals and a steady rock beat, it’ll keep your head nodding.
Ezra Furman – “Forever in Sunset”
From her new album “All Of Us Flames” released August 26th, 2022
Ezra Furman rocks. But that’s just an opinion. You may have heard her music on the Netflix show “Sex Education”, which was put out as a soundtrack in 2020. As a bonus, she’s from Chicago!
The Murder Capital – “Return My Head”
From their album “Gigi’s Recovery” released January 20th 2023
From Dublin, “The Murder Capital ” put out their second studio album just last week. Certainly in the sound of post-punk, they also include an aspect of experimental ambiance on other tracks from this album.
Purr – “The Natural”
Off the single of the same name, released January 12th, 2023
Better known for indie rock as found on their debut album “Like New” from 2020, they instead opt for psychedelic folk on their latest release. Steel guitar and all, it’s like taking a melancholy trip out west.
Got a new song we should play? Send it to our email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thanks for staying updated with the station, and thank you for your continued support of Harper Radio. All the best,
Matt Byrne, Program Director