• Alice Clair Lets Her Hair Down – Repost from the Declaration

    After cutting my teeth on DC DIY punk in high school, I developed a sense that some of the best local music can be found in the most eclectic places. Some of my favorite memories involve watching tiny mosh pits form in commandeered VFW bars and somehow convincing my parents to let me take the […]

  • WXTJ Hot Takes: Mitski

    Click here to see an entire PDF of the slides: doing The Most Curated and Created by the Amazing Annie Parnell

  • WXTJ Hot Takes: Nujabes & Japanese Hip Hop

    Hello world: Trashman here (Mr. Anderson & the Trashman 10am-12pm). Today, I want to discuss with you a very specific and quite frankly marvelous genre of music with all of our beautiful listeners out there. Specifically, I want to discuss the gem that is Japanese hip-hop and how it has impacted multiple people which, I […]

  • Listen to WXTJ

    Listen Live with our WXTJ Player Prefer to use your own player? Copy and paste this mp3 link or ogg-opus link.  

  • WTJU & WXTJ host National Federation of Community Broadcasters

    WTJU General Manager (and WXTJ staff adviser) Nathan Moore and WXTJ General Director Alice Clair, reppin’ at the National Federation of Community Broadcasters June 2018 Summit, hosted by us this year in Charlottesville! – – – – – – From the media release: The leaders of 17 non-profit community radio stations converged on Charlottesville Friday and Saturday (July […]

  • WXTJ Programming

    Live WXTJ programming will resume the first week of September, and we’re bringing new DJs into the fold throughout the month. Look for a brand new program schedule around September 23. In the meantime, WXTJ’s hand-curated playlist is airing around the clock. Listen at wxtj.fm/listen

  • That time UVA’s Dean of Students hosted a show…

    From UVA Today: What does Dean of Students Allen Groves listen to when he’s not busy helping University of Virginia students feel at home on Grounds? Broadcasting Monday night (7/24/2017) on UVA’s student-run radio station, WXTJ, Groves shared his “greatest hits” playlist with fourth-year students and radio DJs Tyler Garling and Michael Crawford. Together they offered […]

  • WXTJ in the news: “Tuned In”

    From the Fall 2015 issue of the UVA Magazine: When UVA’s Black Student Alliance rallied in fall 2014 to protest police actions in Ferguson, Missouri, Will Mullany (Col ’16) was there with his tape recorder, interviewing students and capturing their speeches and poems on the Lawn for “Black Lives Matter,” a special programming segment for […]