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The Wavelengths E-Board collaborates to choose the music for their weekly broadcast.

UPDATED: Wavelengths Brings Student Radio to LC

October 16, 2019

A group of FCLC sophomores teamed up to create a radio show equivalent to WFUV that they felt the Lincoln Center campus lacked.

The Britanys are using technology to engage fans in an unprecedented way: the band is uploading new material to a public Google Drive in real time.

The Britanys to Play at Rod’s

October 16, 2019

The Bushwick-based band talks about how they are using technology to foster interaction and community with their fans.

Kanye West played a few tracks from his upcoming album

Yeezus Rises Again

October 16, 2019

Get a look into Kanye West's exclusive New York City listening party for his upcoming album "Jesus is King."

New York has always been a leading hip-hop hub, but D.C.is the newest U.S. region to challenge its reign.

BX to DC: US Capital Rises as Next Rap Capital

October 2, 2019

An exciting rap scene is emerging in the DMV, and not the Department of Motor Vehicles. IDK’s new album is just one of three strong albums out of the D.C.-Maryland-Virginia region this year.

The Lumineers debuted the accompanying film for their newest project, “III” in New York with an acoustic performance following the film.

The Lumineers Premiere ‘III’ at Pier 17

October 2, 2019

The Lumineers came to New York to premiere the accompanying film to their newest project, “III.” Fans packed onto the rooftop of Pier 17 for the screening and acoustic music set that followed.

Seniors Jordan Meltzer and Paolo Estrella are the founders of Ramses Records.

Ramses Records: Starting from Scratch

September 17, 2019

Ramses Records is not a club nor a Fordham-funded organization. The record label is founded and funded solely by students to promote Fordham artists.

The album cover of R.LUM.R's newest album

Diving into R.LUM.R’s Newest Release “Cold”

September 17, 2019

When it comes to relationships, alternative R&B artist R.LUM.R seems to know exactly what you want t...

Pom Pom Squad's front woman, Mia Berrin, poses within a soccer net to promote her latest EP.

‘I Belong to Myself’: An Interview with Pom Pom Squad’s Mia Berrin

September 17, 2019

Pom Pom Squad frontwoman Mia Berrin talks about her latest EP, “Ow,” and being confident in her artistry, words and emotions.

The free Selena-themed concert raised awareness for immigration rights and promoted hope for immigrants and the Latino community.

Empowerment Through Selena

August 25, 2019

About 5,000 people gathered in Central Park to hear classic Selena hits and current music from Latin artists.

This July saw The Chats, Yeah Baby, Pom Pom Squad, Grace Ives and Pixx playing concerts in the city.

A Month in Concerts

August 25, 2019

The July heat wave didn't stop people from packing NYC venues to see local and international rock bands.

Ram Jams: The Big Day

Ram Jams: The Big Day

August 25, 2019

Despite the many artist features and professions of love for his wife, Chance the Rapper's "The Big Day" is a big flop.

Souly Had has built his brand on experimenting with sound but ultimately developing his own.

‘Sound Like Yourself’: An Interview with Souly Had

August 13, 2019

R&B singer Souly Had went from posting an Amy Winehouse cover to being signed by her record label.