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PO Box 90689
Durham, NC 27708
Tune in this week (Oct. 21-25) for multiple chances to win a pair of tickets to see Neko Case, Saturday, October 26 at the Durham Performing Arts Center! WXDU's daily Facebook and Twitter posts will give more details.
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!
Tune in this week (Oct. 13-18) for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the Amos Lee show at Durham Performing Arts Center, November 18, 2013. www.dpacnc.com/events/detail/amos-lee Check out WXDU's Facebook and Twitter posts throughout the week for more details.
Tune in this week (Oct. 13-18) for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the Return of the Legends shows! October 18 & 19, 2013. Featuring: Rakim, Bell Biv Devoe, EPMD and more. www.dpacnc.com/events/detail/the-return-of-the-legends Check out WXDU's Facebook and Twitter posts throughout the week for more details.
Tune in this week (Oct. 7-11) to WXDU for your chance to win a pair of passes to this popular Asheville, NC electronic music festival! Festival Dates: October 25 - 27, 2013. mountainoasisfestival.com
Our favorite cerebral jingle pop band, Schooner, will be popping by I Liked You Better Before You Sold Out, to celebrate their upcoming and much anticipated LP, Neighborhood Veins. We'll be chatting and playing a few selections from the LP, which will have its release party on Tues. 9/24 at The Pinhook in Durham. Tune in at 7 pm!
Loamlands, the new project from Kym Register & Will Hackney of Midtown Dickens, will be stopping by at 4:00 to play some songs from their brand-new EP. 88.7 FM or right here at wxdu.org.
Nathan Salsburg and Phil Cook will be live in the studio tonight at 5:00 to talk about their new releases and work with Alan Lomax recordings.
Duke Coffeehouse & WXDU Present: CALVIN JOHNSON at DUKE COFFEEHOUSE
monday, september 23rd / 8:30pm doors / 9:00pm show
$5 ga / free with duke id
"Based in Olympia, Wash., Calvin Johnson‘s work in underground culture started as a teenage fan volunteering at the local community radio station, KAOS-FM. He moved on to writing for fanzines, organizing music and film events, playing music in various ill-fated bands. Calvin established K, a locally oriented media outlet, in 1982.