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Tune in tonight (Sunday) from 9-10pm, Robby brings the Cryptics up on the air to discuss Thee Cuckoo Mash!
Don't forget... Cuckoo Mash is next Saturday night at the Coffeehouse!
Two great things that go great together! WXDU's garage-rock showcase "Who's Got The Cuckoo," along with WXDU, are proud sponsors of the 2013 Instro-Summit, the world's largest all-instrumental music festival. Join Crispy and Robby this Sunday night for Who's Got The Cuckoo, they'll be spinning instro-songs, talking instro-talk, and giving away instro-tickets! It's a must-listen event! 9-10pm EDT this Sunday, April 28th.
The Instro-Summit will be held May 3-5th at the Casbah right here in Durham. Check out these websites below for more info, and don't forget to tune in this weekend!
Tonight! Join Robby and special guest Mr. Crispy as they preview next week's Instro-Summit 2012. Band previews, information about the Instro-Summit Raffle, and they'll be giving away 2 3-day passes! Tonight from 9-10pm EDT!
Join DJ Stephen and special guest Jason Summers (director of "Unknown Passage: The Dead Moon Story") for a special 2-hour Who's Got The Cuckoo! They'll be previewing the Pierced Arrows show (Tuesday night at the 506) as well as digging deep within the Weeds/Lollipop Shoppe/Rats/Dead Moon/etc. catalog. This is a "can't miss" show!!
DJ Robby and guest Mr. Crispy will preview some of the acts who will be playing at next week's Instro-Summit on tonight's Who's Got The Cuckoo, WXDU's weekly garage rock show. The Instro-Summit features all-instrumental music: "All Rockin', No Squawkin'!" for three days at the Cave in Chapel Hill next weekend. Tune in at 9-10pm right here at WXDU.ORG, or tune in to 88.7FM.
Who’s Got The Cuckoo, WXDU’s weekly garage rock show, invites you to a free garage rock “Cuckoo Mash” costume and dance party at the Duke Coffeehouse, Saturday October 30th. A costume contest, tee-shirt giveaway, and horrifically fantastic food will be featured. Hosted by WXDU DJs Xiane, Stephen, and Nick, they’ll be spinning the best 50s and 60s Halloween-themed garage rock tunes.
WXDU is proud to have A Hawk And A Hacksaw up to the station for an interview and guest DJ set.
Monday night, 9/21/2009 at 8pm, DJs Phil B and Robby will have AHAAH up to talk about their new record "Delivrance," the music they like, and about their show at The Nightlight on Tuesday 9/22.
Picture yourself in a boat on a river that leads from 1967's jolly wonderland of English Psychedelia right up to the paisley lollipop of 1985's "25 O'Clock" by the Dukes of Stratosphear. I will play an upsy-daisy assortment of classic English 60s psych that directly influenced the Dukes of Stratosphear (XTC's secret side-project), and a healthy bit of the Dukes as well!
And if that ain't enough, continue further up selfsame river to 2 hours of Robby's favourite XTC songs on WXDU's "Mystery Show" immediately thereafter.
9pm-Midnight EDT Sunday August 23rd, 2009!
Listening to the grass grow,
A few updates from Your Favourite Garage Rock Show, Who's Got The Cuckoo?!
We had a wig-flippin'-tastic tyme at the Pinhook last month, with DJs Andrea, Xiane, Nick, Robby, Stephen, and Gavin Ugly. Thanks to all who came out to stomp and shimmy to some mighty fine 60s vinyl.
You all check out them fancy Cuckoo T-shirts? Limited supply left. See below.
We've got a coupla new Cuckoo-riffic radio spots uploaded at the station... DJs, play 'em! People, love 'em! Short, sweet, freaky.
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First, LISTEN, 9-10pm Sunday nights!! 88.7FM in the greater Durham NC area, or www.wxdu.org (well duh, just check the page where y'at), NEXT....
Below are my top 10 (or so) released this year, in no particular order. It's been a pretty good year for music. I've especially enjoyed the reverby vocals of Blitzen Trapper, and the fun vocal mishmosh of Fleet Foxes. Seems that there have been all these bands with "woodsy" themed names in the past few years, just recently reaching a fevered pitch. To wit: Grisly Bear, Fleet Foxes, Department of Eagles, Silver Antlers, The Mountain Goats, Donkeys, Gregory + The Hawk. Many bearded men.
I dug these records this last year: