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Sunday December 5th

WTSR New Noise

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This week, WTSR Music Director Brian Marino highlights some of the best new music that the College's own radio station, 91.3 FM WTSR, puts into its weekly rotation

Band Name: Bird Street

Album Title: Bird Streets

Release Number: 1st

Hailing From: New York, New York

Genre: Fol Pop Rock

Label: Omnivore Records

If you hear a calling, it is probably the melodies of Bird Streets. The band members combine folk and country music and rock guitar elements in their songs. For anyone who is not entirely into country or not entirely into rock this band is the perfect combination of both. This album has pop rock songs such as “Carry Me” and “Thanks for Calling.” A member of the band, John Brodeur, based the album name off of his old neighborhood in Hollywood Hills. This album paves the way for those cool fall days where you need a pick-me-up to get you going.

Must Hear:”Carry Me”, “Thanks for Calling” and “Same Dream”

Band Name: Autogramm

Album Title: What R U Waiting 4?

Release Number: 1st

Hailing From: Vancouver, B.C.

Genre: Punky 80s Mall Retro-Pop

Label: Nevado

While listening to this album, you will hear the sounds of late 80s punk or 90s pop rock. The nostalgia that Autogramm provides will make you want to go on an adventure. It will be impossible not listen to songs like “Small Town” and “I Wanna Be Whipped.” Whether you’re a lover of The Strokes or 80s new wave sensation, this album will not disappoint.

Must Hear: “Jessica Don’t Like Rock’n’ Roll” and “Bummer Party”


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