Motorama Puts Us In A Lo-Fi Future Fantasy

Hailing from the motherland of Rustov-on-Don, Russia, the five member group Motorama delivers a more polished product with their latest installment, Dialogues. When you listen to this it doesn’t immediately scream “a bunch of Eastern Europeans making indie-post-punk” that’s probably because they choose to sing in English. Their Discography extends back to 2008 with their first release Horse, and their […]

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Make Something Happen…!

I’ve always loved A Tribe Called Quest. Over the course of six studio albums, the group, consisting of four core members (Ali Shaheed Muhammed, Q-Tip, Jarobi, and Phife Dawg) has always managed to cram an insane amount of messaging and lyrical genius into a single three verse track. Their newest and final album, We Got It from Here… Thank You […]

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Hello World!

Hello faithful followers of the WDCV blogosphere! It is with much pleasure that I introduce myself to you all! My name is Alex, a senior East Asian Studies major, Music minor and WDCV DJ here at Dickinson. During this past semester, thanks to help of the English Department and one Professor Sarah Kersh, I have started a blog of my […]

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New Artist Alert: Shine

  We could use some California Sunshine here in Central Pennsylvania. Straight out of the West Side, specifically Delano, California, we have Shine taking big steps. Shine recently released a song featuring Baby Bash. This song slaps. Definitely has a Cali Bay sound. Check out his single below: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/california-sunshine-feat./id1104704553 Follow Shine: Shine Facebook Page

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David Bowie Retrospective/Blackstar Album Review

I think it would be self-indulgent to spend more than a paragraph or two writing about what David Bowie meant to me. I was just at a bar the other night talking about how he’s my all-time favorite artist, and how I was disappointed that I’d probably never get to see him perform live, although I always held out hope […]

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Best Albums of 2015 – WDCV DJ Picks

As we get ready to ring in the new year, we at WDCV took a look back at our favorite albums of 2015. Here are some of the albums we had on repeat this year. Courtney Barnett – Sometimes I Sit and Think, Sometimes I Just Think Speedy Ortiz – Foil Deer Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp a Butterfly Grimes […]

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Black Lines – Mayday Parade Review

For the past ten years, Tallahassee-natives Mayday Parade have been pumping catchy, emotional pop-punk into the alternative music scene. Through hits such as “Three Cheers for Five Years” and “Miserable at Best”, Derek Sanders and company have poured their hearts out into emotional lyrics and soaring melodic lines that evoke sadness and exasperation from their audiences, taking the listener by […]

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