Author Archive: Mathew Schumer

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WXCI’s Winter 2020/21 Listener Survey Is Here!

December 18, 2020 | By
WXCI’s Winter 2020/21 Listener Survey Is Here!

It’s a plain fact that WXCI is nothing without our loyal base of listeners who stick with us through thick and thin. Especially over the past year, in which we’ve had to jump through many hoops to make sure the station runs through these unprecedented times, our listeners have provided us with much needed support. […]

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WXCI Winter 2020-21 Update

November 26, 2020 | By
WXCI Winter 2020-21 Update

    I’d like to start off by wishing the entire WXCI extended family a Happy Thanksgiving. We are thankful for both our hardworking staff, as well as our devoted base of listeners; the support of whom have kept us up and running through these turbulent times. Due to concerns about safety during the COVID-19 […]

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WXCI’s Comprehensive List of 2021 GRAMMY Nominations

November 24, 2020 | By
WXCI’s Comprehensive List of 2021 GRAMMY Nominations

  It’s that time of year again…   Every year, music industry bureaucrats put their heads together to tell everyone which releases from the past 365 days were the best in their respective categories. We might not share their opinions, but at least it’s entertaining to see what they are. It’s a big list, so […]

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DJ Straight Edge’s RSD 2020 Drop I Pickups

August 31, 2020 | By
DJ Straight Edge’s RSD 2020 Drop I Pickups

Record Store Day 2020 Part I 2020 has been a rough year for music lovers- not to mention the rest of the global population as well! Since mid March, we have been cheated out of our opportunities to see live music or to even really get together with people and listen to / talk about […]

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This Week In Releases 5/17/2020 (Caribou & Four Tet, Slowthai, Neil Young)

May 17, 2020 | By
This Week In Releases 5/17/2020 (Caribou & Four Tet, Slowthai, Neil Young)

Slothai: “Enemy” Apple Music / Spotify / Youtube Slowthai returns to the scene in a bombastic nature on a beat more akin to Memphis Hip-Hop than his usual Grime palette, yet still bringing his unmistakably british flow to the track. I would surely recommend this cut to any US hardcore rap fans looking to get […]

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