WKNC DJ Whippopatomus had a telephone interview with Rrome Alone live from NC Central PRison’s Death Row. We discussed his album that he recorded from Death Row as well as the journey he took to get where he’s at today
hermajesty interviews Nic, Matt, and Wes from Camp Howard before their hometown comeback show after Covid at the Richmond Music Hall where they talk about what happens at Camp Howard, their namesake, hundreds of unreleased demos, and the unknown future of the band in its current incarnation.
Camryn (Big Hoss) and Lizzo (DJ Lizzo) sat down with North Carolina-based alt-country punk group, Sarah Shook & the Disarmers. They discuss the band’s spot on the Merlefest lineup, their upcoming album, Nightroamer, how country music has developed as a space for queer musicians, and more.
Hermajesty has taken his Crew of Eubanks, 3 Bears in a Coat, Rainbow Riot, Johnny Ghost, T-Time and a myriad of guests on a variety show each week where anything and everything can happen based around a very loose idea of what should be accomplished every week and what comes out of this is an hour and half of friends having fun. Join us.
In the very first episode of a new, more raunchy You’ll Never Believe Me But… miniseries, Cutter explains the structure of the miniseries and tells his two stories that each coming guest will have to pick between.
For this episode, JT Duley- a transfer student from Maryland, sits down with Jonathon Eigenmann to discuss his experiences as a recent transfer student to NC State University and his thoughts on what NC State has to offer. He also sits down with Director Michael Coombes of the New Student Programs to discuss the incoming transfer students, giving them advice and his views as well as making them more aware of whats available to them at NC State currently
In this episode, we trace the origin of the term “neo-soul” from its beginnings in the 1990s to its present-day iterations, as well as the paradoxical position of neo-soul as “new soul music”.
Alecsai Allen interviews Carlyn Wright-Eakes, who is the Interpersonal Violence Prevention Education Coordinator of the Women’s Center at NC State, about the upcoming launch of the Pack Survivor Support Alliance (PSSA) and how to stay educated on interpersonal violence.