Miss out on WFMU's 2-day broadcast extravaganza from the excellent Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona, Spain? Fear not! You can relive the magic via our archives:
- Day 1: Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Giant Sand, Thurston Moore Band, Mdou Moctar, White Hills, Sleater-Kinney, and more | listen | playlist
- Day 2: Voivod, Run the Jewels, Tony Allen, Babes in Toyland, Fucked Up, Belle & Sebastian, Sleaford Mods, and more | listen | playlist
Roy Loney, former lead vocalist of the Flamin' Groovies, swings by Todd-o-phonic Todd's show on Sat June 6th (3-6pm). Roy will show off his impeccable taste by spinning some of his favorite tunes and will also perform a few numbers (not necessarily yesterday's).
WFMU's new Summer Schedule has been announced and runs June 8th - September 14th. Some old shows return and some fresh new blood is injected into our dysfunctional radio famille. Take a gander here to see a long, ugly version that includes hosts' show descriptions.
Coming up at Monty Hall:
Wed June 3 - The Woggles / Wyldlife / Sunshine & the Rain | tickets
Sat June 20 - Morricone Youth performs a live score to Night of the Living Dead | tickets
Sat June 27 - Fucked Up / Doomsquad | tickets
Fri July 17 - Detroit Cobras / Ribeye Brothers | tickets
The WFMU documentary, Sex and Broadcasting, is coming to the Jersey Shore and Brooklyn! The film will play at The Lighthouse International Film Festival on Long Beach Island this coming Sunday, June 7th at 1:30pm, and will be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Tim Smith and Station Manager Ken Freedman. Then on Saturday June 13th at 8:30pm, Sex and Broadcasting will show for free at Kickstarter HQ (58 Kent Street) in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. RSVP to get tickets to the Kickstarter showing right here.
WFMU teams up with Kickstarter for a day-long music celebration in lovely Greenpoint, Brooklyn on Sat June 13, noon-8pm (RSVP here). Be thrilled and amazed by live DJ sets from Nick Name, Jeff Mullan, Meghan, Brian Turner, Nate K, Dave Mandl, Mac, and Dan Bodah. WFMU will be hawking records, swag, high-fives, and other worldly pleasures on-site, and don't miss the screening of the WFMU documentary Sex and Broadcasting at 8:30pm.
Where's my swag? We have officially begun the months-long process of mailing out swag to everyone who pledged to our 2015 Marathon (the more stuff you requested, the longer it will take), so thanks for your patience. If you made an unpaid pledge and never received a payment form, please contact Listener Services Honcho Joe McGasko here.
Save your favorite songs, albums, radio show episodes, and post comments like the wind by joining WFMU's Friendship Society! Once you sign up for an account, our world will be your oyster. As a bonus, you can finally trash that dog-eared notebook full of band names like "Creepoid" and "Rancid Hell Spawn."
Keep us in the will! Consider making a bequest to WFMU in your trust or will. It's easy and flexible, allowing you to support a cause you believe in for years to come. Check this page for details and sample language you can add to your will.