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The Andrew Kunkes Show

November 15, 2017 This week we had special guests, Christine Renee and Nathan Corbin, talking about activism and radio. Christine Renee hosts a weekly show on the Lot Radio. She is up there with the likes of Iggy Pop, Annie Mac, and the Nightbird, Allison Steele. Nathan Corbin, also known as Zebra Blood, Dj, and Director […]

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The Music That Immortalised 90s Subculture with electronic technologies

The 90s undoubtedly marked the Golden Age of underground music zines cataloguing subcultural movements. Without an avalanche of Tumblr accounts offering endless information on what your favourite band is wearing, Soundcloud recommendations about who to listen to next, or Twitter documenting your most-loved guitar player’s childhood fear, publications such as the pioneering DIY zine Sniffin’ […]

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4 Questions About The Music Industry You Should NOT Be Asking

Chances are, you are already ruining your potential to succeed in the music industry because you believe in one or more music career myths. How do I know? I am sent e-mail messages on a constant basis by tons of musicians (all seeking the answers to the WRONG questions). These are questions that may seem […]


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Lullavie

1:00pmMonday

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Ariana Hwang joined WBMB from the very beginning of her freshman year. Signing herself as a member, she knew deep down it would become a big part of her life, following her until today. She can now confidently tell you she’s a digital marketing major with a background in music journalism, promotions, and website building. She also gets a kick out of collaborating with others on creative side projects, playing guitar mediocrely, reading the arts & culture section of various publications, and gorging herself on blissful New york food. SOUND and Vision. Lullavie is a music talk show that offers unique artistry through interviews and live performances across genres: indie, punk, electronic, folk­—or eclectic, you might say. It’s the kind of show you want to listen to if music is everything to you: your comfort, your mentor, your friend, your love. Lullavie in the past has featured members of the Strokes (Nick Valensi, Albert Hammond Jr.), the Wombats, Wolf Alice, and too many artists to count. So don’t sleep on this one; the music will never quite stop playing. After listening to her show, you can visit her site, lullavie.com, for more music posts & events she likes to promote.

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Navjot Show

5:00pmMonday

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GreyScale

6:00pmMonday

6:00pmMonday

Vlad is the current GM of WBMB Baruch college radio. His show Greyscale has been on WBMB for 3 years now. The show is a very light themed, comedy/music show. Vlad is a EDM/Pop DJ, that is what you will probably hear in between the punny sex jokes. Tune in every Monday 6-7!

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Late Night Vibes

8:00pmMonday

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9:00pmMonday

Abil Abraham is on his last semester as an undergraduate Computer Information Systems major. He has had two other shows with the station including "A&M Baruch's Alternative" and "Abil & Jason Got A Radio Show". Abil enjoys listening to a large variety of genres, just about everything except screamo and country. The show is focused around playing indie/alternative music in a variety of genres. There will also be announcements for upcoming concerts as well as discussions and reviews of new music.

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FilmTalk

1:00pmTuesday

1:00pmTuesday

Description: FilmTalk is a weekly radio show discussing films, old and new, classics and unknowns. The show is hosted by Baruch’s resident film critic, Benjamin Wallin, whose weekly film reviews can be found in the Arts & Style section of The Ticker. Discussions will delve into the analysis and appreciation of films, seeing what works and what doesn’t, noting the memorable and the legendary. The show is for those who appreciate film at all levels, from the casual viewer to the Criterion-toting cinephiles. Bio: Benjamin Wallin is a film critic and a lover of the art-form. He has been writing a weekly column for The Ticker since Fall 2016 and has been watching an analyzing film for a lot longer. His passion is storytelling, he has a deep appreciation for puns, and he loves talking about all things cinema.

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On The Corner

3:00pmTuesday

3:00pmTuesday

Luis Lucero is a connoisseur of music, if ever there was one. He previously hosted the popular AOR show Baruch n Roll for WBMB. After two and a half years of hosting Baruch n Roll, I decided to shake things up and make a spin off show based around one of the more popular episodes of that show, my look into the wild and eclectic world of jazz fusion. While it will largely feature new artists, several acts that I previously featured on Baruch n Roll will return here too, depending on whether they recorded jazz fusion albums of their own.

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Stephen Popkin Show

5:00pmTuesday

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The Andrew Kunkes Show

12:00pmWednesday

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Ethan Show

4:00pmWednesday

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NYMIA

5:00pmWednesday

5:00pmWednesday

Your favorite sad boi's are back for another semester of the NYMIA Radio Show! Each week we keep up to date with the New York Music Industry Association Club and the latest in music headlines, concert/festival announcements, memes, as well as other pop culture. Check us out at our new time on Wednesdays 5:00-6:30pm. Michael Ruocco Concert junkie and fancy metronome (drummer,) Michael is a Senior studying Marketing Management with a specific Management of Musical Enterprises (MME) focus. This is his third semester on the NYMIA Radio Show. When he is not listening and or playing music, he is most likely sleeping. Brielle Tumbarello Brielle is a Baruch junior majoring in Marketing and minoring in Photography. Her music taste varies, and she only listens to the same 10-15 songs on repeat for about two weeks before moving on to the next batch. She also cries a lot. Chris Nova Nova. Aka The Magicman lol. Baruch Senior and Most Senior Member of the NYMIA Radio Squad ( I'm old ). Graphic Communications Major and Art Minor. Music Taste Varies But Main Focus is on Varies forms of Rock, Pop and Country. Favorite Artist tend to be different YouTube artist. Toni-Anne Curran Toni. Aka meme daddy. NYMIA President and hater of Taylor swift. Music taste varies but I know a lot of stuff about pop music. Gene Gaffney Gene Gaffney (aka young metro ... card) is a Junior studying Marketing Management. He is an avid mumble rap/ Soundcloud apologizist. This is his second semester doing the NYMIA Radio Show. Dylan Chow Dylan Chow is a junior majoring in Digital Marketing with minors in Political Science and Interdisciplinary Studies of New York. As VP of the New York Music Industry Association, his passion for music permeates through his hip-hop beats and music blog on Youtube. Chelsea Booth Chelsea Booth is a Baruch senior(?) studying Management of Musical Enterprises (MME). Her music taste is erratic and on more than one occasion she has been called the human grumpy cat.

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Late Night Vibes

8:00pmWednesday

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WBMB WAIVER WIRE

12:30pmThursday

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Earwax

2:00pmThursday

2:00pmThursday

Earwax is a radio show, curates timeless music from around the world, playing all kinds of musical genres. Each Thursday from 2-3 p.m, we provide musical podcasts, interviews, and discussion on a wide range of topics, including current events, entertainment, movies, and the variety of social issues that captivate our attention, from day to day.

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SINALIFE Radio

3:00pmThursday

3:00pmThursday

BIO: “Supreme Carl” Francis Jr (born May 23, 1995 in The Bronx, New York) is an Afro-Latino recording artist who graduated from New York City College of Technology with an Associates degree in accounting and is currently a student at Baruch College. So far, Supreme Carl has released 3 singles, which are available across all platforms, is currently creating a project called “Fall or Fly,” is the Co-CEO of SINA: Somewhere in America. SINA: Somewhere in America is an entertainment group and fashion line established in the Bronx. It represents the drive of the young men in the group doing everything they possibly can to attain their dreams. SINA’s fashion line has done various fashion shows at multiple colleges across the greater NY Area. Supreme Carl has also performed at various colleges and famous venues such as SOB’s or the Paper Box. Not only does SINA have events that display their talents but they also give back to their community. On August 31st, SINA partnered with a local barbershop and gave away free haircuts, school supplies and food to children in the local area. They also have many philanthropy events planned for the future. Supreme Carl has hopes of being a mogul and hopes to use SINALIFE radio as a platform for success. Stay Tuned To www.somewhereinamerica.net for more info. About the Show SINALIFE will spread positivity and give artists a platform to voice their opinions and connect with their fans. We will play music, discuss controversial topics, current events, entertainment news, sports and even deliver advice and motivation to those in need. We also want to captivate our audience by allowing them to connect with us via phone calls and social media. In closing, SINALIFE Radio will be the platform for all artists and creatives who are spreading a good message.

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Global Monarchy Radio

4:00pmThursday

4:00pmThursday

Global Monarchy Radio features interviews, freestyles, and new music from New York City Hip Hop/Rap artists on the come up!

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Dollar Pizza

5:00pmThursday

5:00pmThursday

Amaury - Producer. DJ Fidget Spinner and hot take extinguisher. DJ Spintech - The Voice of Baruch College Devin - Lucy sent me Gene - A junior at Baruch College. he is an avid listener of Lil Peep and Smokepurpp and an avid apologist of Soundcloud rap. MandingoBoy- Your friendly neighborhood immigrant The show will be the most professional unprofessional show, where the hosts will discuss a wide variety of topics while also playing music mixes.

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Mr. 50’s

1:00pmFriday

1:00pmFriday

Mr. 50's Bio: Frank Antonucci, aka Mr. 50's, is a Radio Personality, Disc Jockey & MC focusing on Vocal Group Harmony/Doowop music from the late 40's to the early 60's. He's an On-Air Personality at WBMB Baruch College Radio Station in NYC. His Radio show "Rockin At The Sockhop" airs every Friday from 1:00pm - 2:00pm. Frank first ran his show on WBMB in the early 80's before graduating from Baruch. You can tune into his program via wbmbbiz.com or the TuneIn app. He covers the music, artists, concert happenings and you'll hear him interviewing the original artists and those related to the 50's nostalgia era from time to time. If you have any questions relating to the era, you can email Frank at Mr50s@wbmbbiz.com. Click Read More for Concert Happenings:

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Sinister Girlz Live

4:00pmFriday

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404 RADIO

6:00pmFriday

6:00pmFriday

Bio: 404 Radio is a weekly 2 hour talk show brought to you by the group Error 404. We hope to accompany you on a weekly 2 hour journey filled with laughs & good music. Just sit back, relax and enjoy the show.

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